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# After [[Birchot HaShachar]] and putting on [[Tefillin]], one recites parsha of the Akeda followed by the Ribbono Shel Olam Keshem SheKavash. <ref>Shulchan Aruch O.C. 1:5 writes that one should recite the parsha of the Akeda. The reasons given in Bet Yosef 1:5 and the achronim is to pray to Hashem to remember the Akeda and also inculcate the message of subjugating the Yetzer HaRah like Avraham Avinu. </ref>
# The Sephardic custom even for a Talmid Chacham is to say Parshat Akedah but not Parshat HaMaan or Aseret HaDibrot<ref> Machzik Bracha 1:11 writes that the minhag is not to say Korbanot on [[Shabbat]]. Yalkut Yosef 1:21, 1:41 writes that our minhag is to say Parshat Akeda but it is not our minhag to say Parshat HaMaan or Aseret HaDibrot. Mishna Brurah 1:13 writes that one can say it on [[Shabbat]] like Korbanot and Halacha Brurah 1:17 writes that such is the minhag.</ref>
# The parsha of Akeda can and should be recited on Shabbat.<ref>Piskei Teshuvot 1:16 cites the Or Tzadikim, Ateret Tzvi Bahar, Shulchan Tahor 1:7, Nemukei Orach Chaim 1:3 who say that one shouldn't recite the parsha of Akeda on Shabbat. vs Likutei Mahariach who says to say it even on Shabbat. Piskei Teshuvot also quotes Mateh Efraim 619:34 who writes that everyone agrees on Yom Kippur one should recite parshat Akeda.</ref>
==Parshat HaMaan==
# It is recommended to say Parshat Akedah and Parshat HaMaan<ref>Shulchan Aruch Orach Chaim 1:5 writes that it is good to say Parshat Akedah, Parshat HaMaan, and Aseret HaDibrot. Tefilla KeHilchata (9:68 pg 180) and Ishei Yisrael (5:31, pg 50) quote this Shulchan Aruch saying that it is good to say these parshiot as halacha. </ref> before Korbanot, however, some say Parshat HaMaan after [[tefillah]] <ref> Mishna Brurah 1:13 explains that these should be said before Korbanot. However, the Chida in Machzik Bracha 1:8 writes that the Arizal did not say these three parshiot. However, Yafeh LeLev 1:24 quotes the Tov Ayin who explains that the Arizal only did not say them prior to [[tefillah]] but would say them afterwards. Piskei Teshuvot 1:16 writes that the minhag is to say Parshat HaMaan after [[tefillah]]. Halacha Brurah 1:13 also quotes the custom of saying Parashat HaMaan.</ref>

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