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Mezuzah

Thursday, 12th September 2019

Every doorway of one's house is obligated in mezuzah. Even if a room has several doorways, each one is obligated in having a mezuzah.

The mezuzah should be put up on the doorpost which is to one's right upon one's entering the room.

While Sephardim place the mezuzah straight up[14], Ashkenazim place it on a slant, with the top leaning towards the inside and the bottom towards the outside.

The mezuzah should be placed at the beginning of the upper third of the height of the doorway. If it is not in the top third it isn't kosher.

If a doorway is very tall, according to Ashkenazim, one should put up the mezuzah at shoulder height.  However, according to Sephardim, one should place it in the upper third in all circumstances.

One should have one's Mezuzot checked by a sofer (Scribe) twice in seven years, or once in every three and a half years, and it is a praiseworthy practice to check them every year.

If one's mezuzah became wet one should check it immediately.

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