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Preventing Conflict

The Noda BiYehuda [94] said that after the destruction of the Beis Hamikdash there is no longer a mitzva to visit one's Rebbe on the holiday. [In my previous post I mentioned a differing opinion]. The Kava D'Kashyaysa [question 81 at the end] asked a vey strong question. The Gemara [10b, and see Chagigah 3a] relates that a number of Amoraim fulfilled this mitzva well after the destruction of the Beis Hamikdash.

The Noda BiYehuda knew that Gemara. The Noda BiYehuda knew every Gemara! How does his opinion not conflict with that Gemara?

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