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Rosh Hashana, is a festival in Judaism celebrating the first day of the Jewish year. The name literally means "Head of the Year." It is celebrated for two days beginning on Tishrei 1.
Special customs during the holiday include hearing the blowing of the shofar 100 times during prayer services, eating apple dipped in honey, as well as reciting the special Tashlich prayer next to a body of water.
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As the 2016 presidential campaign has been at the center of many discussions and debates for over a year now, it is also likely to come up around the holiday dinner table.
By DANIELLE ZIRI
Souccot est appelée « époque de notre joie » car il s’agit, à travers cette fête, de manifester notre immense reconnaissance envers le Créateur
By RAV YAACOV SPITEZKI
Roch Hachana est une invitation à se remettre en question pour révéler le meilleur de soi-même
Cela sonne comme un conte hassidique. Alors que la tombe de Rabbi Nahman a subi
de graves dommages, il s’en est fallu de peu pour qu’elle ne soit entièrement détruite.
By BEN BRESKY
Honey is a natural sweet substance that has many healing properties in folk medicine, but remember that honey is rich in sugars like ordinary white or brown sugar.
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
How Kal Feinberg got his start: ‘I need a ba’al tokea. You know how to blow shofar. I bought you one. Practice!’
By DAVID GEFFEN
Gal Gadot wishes her followers a happy and healthy new year.
By AMY SPIRO
"I really have tears in my eyes," Bar Refaeli said when she saw the Holocaust survivors dancing, one of them in a wheelchair.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
As always, consult experienced tax advisers in each country at an early stage in specific cases.
By LEON HARRIS
Not every headache augurs a stroke, nor every rosy cheek perfect health.
By HERB KEINON
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