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new Year's Eve

Rosh Hashana 5768 will be on Wednesday, 20/09/2017, 18 Elul 5767 and will last until Friday, 22/09/2017, Tishrei Total two days of sabbatical and the end of the sixth week

New Year's Day
The entrance to the holiday
Entrance to the holiday: 18:20 Tel Aviv
The entrance to the holiday
The entrance to the holiday

Thursday, 21/09/2017, Tishrei 5768
End of the holiday
The holiday ends: 19:16 Tel Aviv
The holiday ends: 19:15 Haifa
The holiday ends: 19:15 Be'er Sheva

On Rosh Hashana 5768, 5768, applies on Friday, 22/09/2017, Tishrei 5768
The end of the holiday
The holiday ends: 19:14 Tel Aviv
The holiday ends: 19:14 Haifa
The end of the holiday




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Rosh Hashana food Rosh Hashana customs

Apple with Honey

The food and custom that is most identified with the Jewish New Year. Dip an apple in honey for a sweet new year. The production of honey in Israel began with the establishment of the moshavot during the First Aliya and is known for the good qualities of honey that occupies a place in folk medicine.

Rosh Hashana Honey by Boaz Yiftach

Rosh Hashana food Rosh Hashana customs

A fish

Fish is a symbol of fertility, and by eating it we wish to have a fruitful year. Eating fish is considered an excellent source of Omega 3. The head of a fish is symbolically eaten to wish to become a head rather than a tail. Usually the head of the fish is displayed on a table on Rosh Hashana, and in fact we eat succulent fish.

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Rosh Hashana food Rosh Hashana customs

Carrot

Marks the days between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. We eat a carrot written in the language of GZAR so that the judgment that will be decreed on Yom Kippur after the Ten Days of Repentance will be sweet.

beet

A dish eaten by the root of the word beet. SLK, symbolizes the desire for our enemies to leave. The beets are often eaten when cooked and seasoned

with a little lemon and spices to taste.

Leeks

The leek is also included in the Rosh Hashana food group thanks to its name and symbolizes the

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The aspiration that our enemy will be cut off. It tastes like onions and is considered green and healthy.

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pumpkin

Came to the Rosh Hashana food group. The "Aramaic" "Kara" hides the aspiration that our enemy will be torn, that the name will tear away our enemy. The cooked gourd is a real heaven and is eaten with soup. In recent years it has been found in menus of luxury restaurants

Pomegranate

In the pomegranate there are at least 613 grains, like the number of commandments in the Torah - 613 mitzvot

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Shehecheyanu when eating pomegranate seeds. It is advisable to beware of the pomegranate stains, which are considered to be a stain that is difficult to get out of the laundry. Potassium pomegranate and medicinal properties in folk medicine

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jewish new year wishes

rosh hashanah greeting cards

Congratulations to a man for a new year's relationship
Happy New Year ! May this year you find the request of your soul, and ask for your heart, and next year we will celebrate a happy relationship with your loved one! Always love. A year of health, love and joy of life

jewish new year wishes

rosh hashanah greeting cards

In honor of Rosh Hashana 2017
New Year's Eve was sent a blessing
A year of wonderful happiness
A year of good health
A year of great success
A year of very good luck
A year of continuous fun
Happy new year and full of happiness and joy of life

Rosh Hashana Honey by Boaz Yiftach 

rosh hashanah greeting

Happy New Year! May the New Year bring you a year of health, a year of love and light to guide your path that will lead you to the good areas to which you aspire, health, happiness, joy of life and success in all your endeavors

yom kippur 2017

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Yom Kippur (the Day of Atonement): September 29/09  30/09

The beginning of fasting Yom Kippur Jerusalem 2017 17:51
The beginning of fasting Yom Kippur 2017 Tel Aviv 18:07
The beginning of fasting Yom Kippur Haifa 17:59 2017
The beginning of fasting Yom Kippur Sheva 18:09 2017

End fasting Jerusalem 19:01
End fasting Tel Aviv 19:03
End fasting Haifa 19:02
End fasting Sheva 19:03