So what's special about Purim Meshulash?
Purim Meshulash is when Purim occurs on friday and shabbat. The biggest implication is for people who live in Jerusalem or anywhere that celebrates Purim on the 15 of Adar. Because the Purim occurs on Shabbat some of the Halachot are different. On Friday one reads the Megilah and gives Matanot Laevyonim. On Shabbat one reads the Torah portion of Purim for Maftir and says in the davening Al Hanissim. On Sunday one sends Mishloach Manot and sits down to a merry Purim Seuda.
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And what about jews out of Jerusalem, or other places, who celebrate Purim on friday, does this affect them? The answer is .
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