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Particularly, is there varied beliefs of this question between Orthodox and Reformed Jews?

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Shalom laRav. This is a question about a recent occurrence in my community and those surrounding it. As you know, when the Torah is brought out of the Hekhal, we sing “Romemu,” a song composed of portions of Tehillim. The Sfardi Minhag is for the congregation to sing the entire text out loud and together while the Torah is being brought to the table. Lately, however, many Sfardi synagogues, at least in New York, have been shortening this prayer by skipping most of the central verses. In my sunagogue, it began with a few people skipping the middle, confusing everyone else. By the end of the week, everyone was singing the shortened version like them, but nobody knew why. One of the Rabbis in my community attempted to convince everyone to go back to our original Minhag, but was only successful for a few days. I’d initially thought this was just a problem in my community, but I’d heard from friends that it was happening to them as well. Some even said they’d never heard the full song before, just the shortened version. I did some research. Turns out, the shortened version is the Moroccan Minhag. However, none of us are Moroccan, and there aren’t very many Moroccans in our communities. (The people in my synagogue who started this are also not Moroccan). However, Moroccans say most of the central verses while the Torah is being lifted, while my community says different Pesukim (as is our Minhag). Therefore, I am suspicious that there is some other reason, unrelated to Moroccan Minhagim. My question is as follows: How did this trend begin, and what (if anything) should I do to fix it?

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Hebrew names: Please may I have a list of the names of the prophets in the Tanach, written in Hebrew, with vowels for easy pronunciation.

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Shalom aleichem Rabbi Lauffer. Thank you for answering my last question. If one's bedsheets are filthy with old zerah stains, and they are dry but they smell a little, would it be permitted to learn Torah silently, and/or daven in the presence of these sheets? If not, are there any lenient opinions who say it is permitted? Thanks a lot.