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Archive for the ‘Jewish Holidays’ Category

How to choose gifts on Purim

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The month Adar is loved by all the Jewish people. This first spring month brings us the most joyful and cheerful holiday – Purim. This holiday was established in memory of the miraculous salvation of Jewish people that occurred more than 2,500 years ago. It is described in the Book of Esther. Purim is a […]

Tu BiShvat

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On the day, called in Israel Tu BiShvat (Hebrew. ט”וּ בִּשְׁבָט), usually the rainy season ends and the nature revives. Tu Bishvat – is the 15th day of the month of Shevat on the Jewish calendar. The holiday of Tu BiShvat was established by the sages to separate the harvest of one year from another. […]

Celebrating Christmas in Israel

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Christmas celebration in Israel If you want to spend an unforgettable Christmas, you definitely need to visit Israel at this time. At Christmas, Israel invites tourists and pilgrims from all over the world to plunge into a very spiritual and eventful holiday atmosphere. During Christmas in Israel you can visit the Old City of Jerusalem […]

Shavuot – Jewish Holiday of the receiving the Torah

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Shavuot is the holiday of receiving the Torah, the compilation of the moral and ethical laws of the Jewish nation. It is celebrated on the 6th of the Hebrew month Sivan and is a public holiday in Israel. The Hebrew word “Shavuot” means “weeks” – seven weeks counted from the second day of Passover. This time […]

The Jerusalem Day

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  Skyline of the Old City and Temple Mount in Jerusalem, Israel. Yom Yerushalayim or Jerusalem Day is the newest Jewish holiday. It was declared after the Six Day War in 1967. In that war Israel had released Jerusalem Old City with the most sacred place for all the Jews – The Western Wall of […]

Lag B’Omer

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Lag B’Omer, 33rd day of the Omer count is celebrated as a holiday with picnics, bonfires, shooting a bow and other joyful activities. On this day many Jewish people visit the tomb of the great sage Rabbi Shimon Bar Yochai (Rashbi) the anniversary of whose death is on the Lag B’Omer The tradition of this […]

Pesach Sheni

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The fourteenth day of the month of Iyar is a special day. It is called the Pesach Sheni (The Second Passover). It is celebrated one month later after the Erev Pesach (The Passover Eve). Erev Pesach, the Nisan 14th was the day when the Jews brought to the Temple the Passover offering — Kurban Pesach. […]

Yom HaAtzmaut

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Israel’s Independence Day (Hebrew. יום העצמאות, Yom Haatzmaut) is the main state holiday of the country. It is celebrated every year on Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday nearest to 5 Iyar, in the memory of the proclamation of the State of Israel on May 14, 1948 (5th of Iyar 5708 in the Hebrew calendar). On the […]

Yom HaZikaron

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On the 4th of Iyar by Hebrew calendar the national day of mourning is commemorated in Israel. It is the “Day of Remembrance for the Fallen Soldiers of Israel and Victims of Terrorism”– Yom Hazikaron. This day is followed by the Independence Day of Israel, celebrated on the next day. On this day we commemorate […]

Yom HaShoah

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The word “Shoah” means a complete destruction by fire. It has become synonymous with the extermination of six million Jews during the World War II. Yom HaShoah is dedicated to memory of those victims. On this day we recall all the tragic events that occurred during the Holocaust. On this day we remember six million Jews, […]