Yom Kippur, the most important day on the Jewish calendar, is the culmination of a 10-day period of penance called Yamim Noraim. Celebrated on 10th of Tishrei, Yom Kippur is preceded by the ceremony of kapparot, whi...
Purim – The Holiday of Casting Lots.
Purim is the Jewish holiday of casting lots. Its name derives from ‘pur’, which is Hebrew for ‘lot’, because a thrown lot decided the date when Jews were going to be exterminated.
History of Shabbat
History of Shabbat Kinga Banasik In the Jewish tradition, Shabbat, repeated every week, is the principal holiday. Religious Jews gather at homes and in synagogues to celebrate that special day. (...)
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