# 2718 Not The Longest Aliya


Q. Now that we B’H can return to daven is shul, do we have to lein all the parshios we missed? If we do. can we divide the parshios missed, since they are so many, into two or three Shabossim?
A. On question 2611 we wrote: “Remah (O.H. 135: 2) rules that if we missed the reading of a parsha, the next Shabbos it should be read together wit the next parsha. Mishna Berura (ibid. 6-7) quotes different opinions regarding if several parshios were omitted. Some Poskim including Maharam Mintz and seemingly Hagra, maintain that only the last missed parsha should be read. Other Poskim (Eliahu Rabba, Magen Giborim, Meorei Ohr, Chida and others opine that all missed parshios should be read in order.
Horav Shlomo Miller’s Shlit’a opinion is that even if c”v it turns out that many parshios were missed, they could be leined during one single Shabbos, as some read the complete Sefer Devarim on the night of Hoshana Rabbah. The Rov mentioned that the Cohen gets that prolonged aliya until the beginning of the current parsha.”
However, the Rov indicated recently, that if more than two parshios were missed, there is no need to read the left out parshios.
Rabbi A. Bartfeld as advised by Horav Shlomo and Horav Aharon Miller Shlit’a


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