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Why do people leave Eretz Yisroel to go to Uman for Rosh Hashanah? (itIt seems to me like leaving America for July Fourth.) In general what is the reason people go,: is it Just a festival in the Woodstock sense? (as the Israeli Media seems to make it out to be)? Also, why is it that there are no women allowed? IfFinally, if it is religious, than why do so many irreligious people go there?

Why do people leave Eretz Yisroel to go to Uman for Rosh Hashanah? (it seems to me like leaving America for July Fourth) In general what is the reason people go, is it Just a festival in the Woodstock sense? (as the Israeli Media seems to make it out to be) why is it that there are no women allowed? If it is religious than why do so many irreligious go there?

Why do people leave Eretz Yisroel to go to Uman for Rosh Hashanah? (It seems to me like leaving America for July Fourth.) In general what is the reason people go: is it Just a festival in the Woodstock sense (as the Israeli Media seems to make it out to be)? Also, why is it that there are no women allowed? Finally, if it is religious, than why do so many irreligious people go there?

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Uman for Rosh Hashanah?

Why do people leave Eretz Yisroel to go to Uman for Rosh Hashanah? (it seems to me like leaving America for July Fourth) In general what is the reason people go, is it Just a festival in the Woodstock sense? (as the Israeli Media seems to make it out to be) why is it that there are no women allowed? If it is religious than why do so many irreligious go there?