Sephardic Torah case by Netafim, however, there actually is important halachic significance to the fact that the Sephardim keep their Torahs in cylinders that hold them upright, while the Ashkenazi Torah scrolls need to be propped up on a slant. In order to understand this, let’s take a look at the mezuzah. Since you are an Ashkenazi, you probably have positioned your mezuzah in a slanted position. Sephardim, on the other hand, tend to place theirs upright.
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