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# Just like one does not walk in front of someone who is praying, so too one should not walk in front of someone who is reciting Kaddish. <ref> Kitzur Shulchan Aruch of Rav Rephael Baruch Toledano, siman 12, laws of kaddish, seif 2; Ben Ish Chai (Vayechi, 10) </ref>
# If Kaddish began while one was standing, he/she should remain standing until after answering "[[Amen]] yehe sheme raba..." <ref> Ben Ish Chai (Vayechi, 8) </ref>
# The Sephardic custom is to respond "Amen yehe sheme raba..." until the word "Be'alma," and one should not answer "Amen" after the Chazzan says "Berich hu" unless one has completed the full response. <ref> BI"HBen Ish Chai, Vayehi, 2; Rav Pealim, chelek 2, 13 </ref>

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