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Shabbat Rosh haShanah, Tishrei 1, 5781


Marc Chagall

September 19, 2020: Parashah Rosh haShanah 1st Day
Torah: (Bereishit) Genesis 21:1-34
Halftarah: 1 Samuel 1:1 — 2:10

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L'Shanah Tovah Tikatevu!
May you have a blessed new year.

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  • September 19 / Etanim / Tishrei 1, 5781
    Yom haZikaron Teruah / Rosh haShanah

    L'Shanah Tovah Tikatevu!
    May you have a blessed new year.

    "And Yehovah spoke to Moses, saying, ‘Speak to the people of Yisrael, saying, In the seventh month, in the first day of the month, you shall have a Shabbat, a memorial of blowing, Zikaron Teruah, a holy gathering. You shall do no labor in it.’" Leviticus 23:23

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  • September 15 - History in the Making: Signing of Peace Treaties

    After UAE, Bahrain deals signed, Trump says 7-9 countries seek peace with Israel. Soon after historic Abraham Accords ceremony at the White House, US president includes Saudi Arabia among those nations also now ready to normalize ties with Jewish state.

  • August 27 - World Israeli News

    Did judo pave the way for UAE-Israel deal ?
    The International Judo Federation (IJF) and three Israeli judokas agree that the sport played a role in the historic agreement between Israel and the UAE.

  • August 16 - DAILY RECAP: World Israeli News

    Israeli Injured In Rocket Attack; Bahrain Next To Open Ties?
    Two rockets were fired from the Gaza Strip at southern Israel and were intercepted by the Iron Dome missile defense system, the Israel Defense Forces said early Sunday.
    The rocket fire came after Israel carried out airstrikes late Saturday in the Gaza Strip, following continued launches into Israel of balloon-borne incendiary devices from the Palestinian enclave and the renewal of nighttime clashes along the border fence.
    The rockets triggered sirens in the southern city of Sderot around 1 a.m., sending thousands rushing for shelter.

  • WATCH: Remembering the 1973 Yom Kippur War

    The Israelis who sacrificed everything to save the only Jewish nation: between 2,521 and 2,800 were killed in action, an additional 7,250 to 8,800 soldiers were wounded and some 293 Israelis were captured.


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