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# A congregation may learn pesukim of Torah and then say "kaddish yehe shelama". <ref> BI"H, Vayechi, 9 </ref>
# A congregation may learn words of the Oral Torah and then say "kaddish al yisrael". <ref> BI"H, Vayechi, 8 </ref>
===If Kaddish was Recited Mistakenly===
# If a congregation mistakenly said kaddish titkabel after shemona esrei on Friday night before Vayichulu and Mein Sheva they would say Vayichulu and Mein Sheva after the kaddish and then say kaddish titkabel afterwards since the Mein Sheva is a conclusion of the tefillah and requires a kaddish titkabel afterwards.<ref>Igrot Moshe 4:70:13</ref>
# If a congregation mistakenly said after tachanun kaddish titkabel they should say after ashrei and uva letzion the kaddish titkabel.<ref>Simchat Cohen OC 28, Yalkut Yosef 132:8. Yalkut Yosef explains that it makes sense to say titkabel again after uva letzion since the uva letzion includes kedusha and several tefillot.
* On Purim night the Magen Avraham (Introduction to 693) writes that they should say kaddish titkabel after shemona esrei and then full kaddish without titkabel (yehey shlamah) after the megillah and uva letzion. Eliya Rabba 693:5 argues that they should say kaddish titkabel after shemona esrei and again after the megillah and uva letzion because the uva letzion includes several tefillot. Mishna Brurah 693:1 quotes both opinions. The Piskei Teshuvot 693:1 writes that the Ashkenazic minhag is like the Magen Avraham.
* The Levush 693:1 holds that the kaddish after shemona esrei should be an incomplete kaddish and the kaddish after the megillah and uva letzion should be a complete one. Kaf Hachaim 693:1 quotes others who follow the levush.</ref>
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