Take our poll: New Year's Eve or Rosh Hashana?

With the holidays approaching, we want to ask Jpost readers what place Jewish holidays and traditions maintain in their lives.

By JPOST.COM STAFF
December 16, 2015 16:59
2015

New Year's Eve in Israel is known as Sylvester. (photo credit: REUTERS)

 
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As the years go by and the influences outside of our immediate families grow, hanging on to our Jewish traditions seemingly gets harder and harder.

We've composed a few questions to check the degree to which you have held on to your Jewish traditions, or, conversely, tried to fit in with those around you celebrating other traditions. 

 


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