The Gemara says one who has two doors needs to light twice in order to pre-empt any suspicion of the passerby. Why can’t we simply assume that they will be ‘melamed zechus’ and give him the benefit of the doubt – that he has his menorah by the other door?
The Gemara questions whether Chanukah or Rosh Chodesh are mentioned in Birchas Hamzon, but both days are certainly mentioned during Tefillah. However, there seems to be a discrepancy between them; if one omits Rosh Chodesh (Yaaleh veyavo) during Tefillah he need to repeat, but if he omits Chanukah (Al hanissim) he doesn’t – why?
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Next day’s Daf Yomi – Bava Kamma 63