New question on AskTheRav.com: Can I keep other things (ex. Shema card, a Mivtzoim Yarmulke) in my Tefillin bags? See Rabbi Yosef Yeshaya Braun‘s response • Full Story
Question: Can I keep other things (ex. Shema card, a Mivtzoim Yarmulke) in my Tefillin bags?
Answer: One should not keep other things in the small bags unless they made a Tenai in the beginning. A Talis bag or the larger bag can be used for other things.
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