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Israel's official memorial & remembrance day for fallen soldiers (observed on 4 Iyar)
Yom Kippur, also known as the Day of Atonement, takes place on the tenth of the month of Tishrei. We repent for our sins and G-d forgives them. It is a fast day.
generally about Jewish holidays on which activity is heavily restricted (first and last days of Pesach, Shavuot, Rosh Hashana, Yom Kippur, first day(s) of Sukk…
A celebratory day observed on the 28th of Iyar in honor of the reunification of Jerusalem in 1967.
The Book describes Yonah the Prophet's message from G-d to the city of Ninveh to Repent and his journey doing so, It is read on Mincha of Yom Kippur
A major fifteenth century Spanish Jewish philosopher, primarily known for his book of Jewish philosophy — Sefer Haikkarim.
Also "Jubilee". The 50th year at the end of the seventh seven year shemita cycle.
For questions about a Zav (male) and Zava (female) who need to count 7 clean days, immerse and bring a sacrifice to become Tahor (pure).
One of the three last prophets (along with Chagai and Malachi) prophesying in the era of the rebuilding and inauguration of the second Beis Hamikdash about the end of days including the war of Gog and…
lit: "*Commemoration of the Destruction*"; Posts regarding the Rabbinic enactments that commemorate the destruction of the Temple.
Questions related to different times of day as they apply to Jewish Law.
Tzefania was one of three Prophets (others Yirmiahu and Chulda the prophetess) prophesying in the Synagogus and study halls (Yalkut shimoni 262) during the reign of King Yoshiahu.
Doing things (esp. mitzvot) speedily and without delay. If there are multiple competing mitzvot, use tag [priorities] instead.