Hypothetically, if a minyan of men were not able to daven Mincha because of a danger and made up the tashlumim after Maariv, would they say Kaddish Tiskabal after the tashlumim? This is assuming that they daven Maariv, Kaddish Tiskabal, and then daven tashlumim.

Answer:

There would not appear to be a reason not to say kaddish tiskabal after the tashlumin. The tashlumin prayer is a full shemoneh esrei prayer, and, like all shemoneh esrei prayers, it warrants a kaddish tiskabal after it, only that we are unused to saying tashlumin with a minyan. If the case should even occur, the tashlumin is certainly considered a separate prayer from the maariv prayer, and it would receive the kaddish tiskabal after it.

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