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A deeper look into the meanings and customs of Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year: From crowning G-d as our king to blowing the Shofar and dipping apple into honey.

Rosh Hashanah

Rosh Hashanah

The Jewish New Year

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Rosh Hashanah: The Jewish New Year

A deeper look into the meanings and customs of Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year: From crowning G-d as our king to blowing the Shofar and dipping apple into honey.
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Eleanor Skibo Pennsylvania, USA September 20, 2017

I was so inspired and blessed by the Rebee's explanation of Rosh Hashanah televised in 1980 and now shown as a rerun for Rosh Hashanah 2017. The Rebee was truly a guiding light to both the Jewish and non
Jewish world, just watching him on JTA overpowered me and filled my eyes with tears. Blessings and Shalom to the entire team of JTA for putting this awesome production into video for all of us as G d fearing Jews to view. May all my Jewish friends and acquaintances have a happy an blessed Rosh Hashanah. Reply

Pauline N. Fromer Capestrano, Italy September 28, 2011

An appreciation Thank you, I cannot thank you enough, Rabbi, for your commentary and am now able to start Rosh Shannah, albeit alone in a small village in Italy, I no longer feel alone.
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Anonymous September 17, 2011

rosh hashanah SHALOM!
i am very happy to your clear explanations,i appreciate you all for sharing your knowledge about the Hebrew lessons. I always pray to G-D that you always update us. i am very interested with my friends,relatives and my family.
Again and again thank you very much Reply

Deacon Geremew Shewaye Addis Ababa, Ethiopia September 14, 2011

My wish World peace Mutual understanding towards harmonious living of people Reply

Meira Lerma League City, TX September 29, 2008

L'Shona Tova u'metukah Thank you for explanation and demonstration of how shofar sounds. Reply

Sue-Lynn TX September 29, 2008

Rosh Hashanah Thank you for the clarity and depth of the explanation - I appreciate it very much. Reply

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