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Jewish Celebrations

– Those who study the Jewish holidays find that most of them are more related to sadness than delight, unlike the holidays of other people. Each Jewish holiday has different story and rituals. – In their holidays, Jews go to synagogues, pray, and perform rituals for long hours.

Commemorating the Occupation of the Entire City of Jerusalem

On the 28th of the fifth month in the Hebrew calendar, the Israelites commemorate the anniversary of occupying East Jerusalem in 1967. In that day, […]

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Tu BiShvat

It’s a Jewish holiday occurring on the 15th of the 2nd Hebrew month. Usually, it occurs in the Gregorian months January or February. In it, […]

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Weeks Holiday

Is the feast that symbolizes the day when the Old Testament was sent down for Moses. The name “Weeks Holiday” came from the fact that […]

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Israeli Independence Day

It is a holiday in which the Jews celebrate the establishment of their occupying state, it is the same say of “Nakba” for Palestinians! Jews […]

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Jews celebrate the Hanukkah to commemorate the reconstruction of Al-Aqsa Mosque that happened in 164 B.C. Greeks took over Jerusalem, and persecuted Jews who were […]

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Jewish New Year

The Jewish New Year is one of the most important Jewish holidays, although it has no history, yet they revere it. Their rites on this […]

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Jewish Yom Kippur

Yom Kippur is a Jewish holy day. It’s 8 days after Rosh Hashanah. This holiday is only for praying, fasting, soul-searching, and getting cleansed from […]

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Sacrifice to the Jews

The Jews believe that God ordered Ibrahim to Slaughter his son Isaac on the Rock of Al-Aqsa Mosque. He ordered him to take his only […]

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The Jewish Easter ( Passover)

The Jewish Passover is the holiday by which the Jews sacrifice a lamb or a sheep. The Jews celebrate the anniversary of the Israelis’ survival from […]

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