Although it is the minhog not to say Baruch HaShem l’Olam Amen veAmen in Maariv said in Eretz Yisrael, should it be said or not said in the following circumstances: a maariv is said during a wedding in Eretz Yisrael, where the location is not a shul, and therefore there is no locational minhog aside from any general minhog Eretz Yisroel, and all participants are from Chutz Lo’oretz and normally say Baruch HaShem l’Olam Amen veAmen?


The minyan should say Baruch Hashem Laolam.



Igros Moshe O:C Vol. 2 Siman 102 [at the end].

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