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    seven Jews celebrate seven important holidays throughout the year. These holidays represent occasions where God steered the Jews down the right path. These holidays include Shabbat, Purim, Passover, Yom Kippur, Hanukkah, Rosh Hashana, and Shavuot. These holidays come around every year. They all involve their own ceremonies and customs. Jews all around the world take part in the festivities. More importantly, these holidays depict how and why people of Jewish value these celebrations. First, the

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    A Day of Atonement: Jewish Holiday

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    important holidays in Judaism is, Yom Kippur, which means “the day of covering” (Molly). It is considered as the holiest holi(day) of the year, the day in which people are the closest to God (Chabad). There are many steps and rituals that are performed before celebrating Yom Kippur, as well as during the holiday. During this day, people are able to repent for their sins, to change the path that they have chosen, as well as the last appeal, before God passes judgment (Rich). This Jewish holiday is different

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    Each of these Jewish holidays happen at different times of the year and have important traditions associated with them when celebrating (Rich). For example, Rosh Hashanah is celebrated for two days and is observed during September during Tishri which is the Jewish New Year (Rich). During this holiday members spend their day at the synagogue as oppose to work and increase their daily liturgy or prayers (Rich). The machzor is the primary prayer book for this holiday as well as the custom

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    Purim the Jewish Holiday

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    Paper Purim Purim is the Jewish holiday commemorating how the Jews of Persia escaped total annihilation thanks to the bravery of Queen Ester. Purim occurs on the 14th of Adar, (or in certain walled cities like Jerusalem, the 15th of Adar.) which this year falls on the 21st of March. The story of Purim is recounted in the Book of Esther, found in the Hebrew Bible. Set in Persia roughly 2,300 years ago, the story tells of how a series of events came together to save the Jewish people from genocide.

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    Essay About Holidays

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    Holidays are a celebration and an enjoyment of festivities. Although they are a commonality across the world, holidays differ between countries and cultures. But, what many do not realize is that holidays are ultimately ideology driven, that is that the group that celebrates these holidays follows a certain set of ideas and beliefs. Whether the ideology is religion based, or politically based, all holidays are centered around ideologies. Countries all have their own distinct holidays, although some

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    One The Jewish holiday Purim celebrates the rescue of the ancient Jews of Persia from certain destruction at the hands of Haman. The fair queen Ester tricks the villain, and Haman betrays himself before the king. Each year the story is read aloud amidst great celebration. The children, and even the adults, dress up as their favorite character in the story. Each time Haman’s name is uttered, everyone makes as much noise as they can to blot out his evil name. According to Jewish tradition, the

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    feel all alone by himself, without God or man. • Why does Eliezer direct his anger toward God rather than the Germans? What does his anger suggest about the depths of his faith? Eliezer was a strict Jew who practiced religion and observed all Jewish holidays. As a child he was very devoted and focused all his energy to study Judaism. He grew up loving God with the belief that God is more powerful than anything else in this universe. He believed that with all the power God has, he is capable to put

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    correct. Contented with my acheivement of a correct answer, I continued the crossword only to be baffled by another clue, "Jewish holiday." I immediately thought of Hanukkah and Rosh Hashanah, however, there was no way "Hanukkah" or "Rosh Hashanah" would fit into the small white boxes allotted for the answer. With the success of my prior artifice, I decided to ask my Jewish friend for help, who also succeeded in providing me with the correct answer, "Purim". An everyday, although...

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    Israel

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    written in the Old Testament. The version spoken today is commonly refered to as modern Hebrew. Since Israel is a Jewish state, naturally the main religion is going to be Judaism. There is also a lot of Muslims and Christians, but most of the people are Jewish. Many of the Jewish Holiday are also national holidays, such as Yom Kippur, Purim, and Rosh Hashanah. One of the holidays exclusive to Israel is Independence Day, where Israel celebrates it's becoming a state. Israel Produces many crops

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    True Meaning of Holidays

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    The Truth about Holidays As December approaches the air all around becomes filled with the smell of Christmas. Without thinking, people get out their trees, put up their decorations, and start buying their gifts. To do all these things is normal; almost a force of habit. These habits are customs that people look forward to and treasure. For some, though, holidays have deeper meanings. They hold a deeper meaning, and are sacred and pure, in a way. To them, they have deep religious roots that span

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