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From what i understand, it is for the same reason that there's no tachanun during Nisan. (See Tachnun in Nissan) There, once we aren't saying tachanun during most of the month (first because of the Nesiyim, then Pesach), we don't say for the rest. Here to, once we have skipped tachanun for most of the month, we don't say it for the rest of the month. First ...


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If you use MS Outlook you can go into the calendar options (The menu has changed throughout the versions, so look up the Help Screen for the exact procedure) and add the Jewish Holidays to your calendar. One thing it won't tell you, though, is which holidays are days where work is forbidden. So here's the short list (assuming you are concerned for those ...



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