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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Festivals In Judaism Rosh Ha-shanah -Jewish new year.- The night before Jews eat a meal that includes apples dipped in honey.- At synagogues service Jews wish others good wills for the new year. Yom Kippur - Yom Kippur means the Day of Atonement. Which means making up for something they have done wrong.- Jews fast for 25 hours during this holiday.- The tables and men wear white cloth as a symbol of purity. Pessah - Festival of Passover- Pessah is the most important Jewish festival- celebrates the Israelites escape from pharaohs almost 4,000 years ago.- Lasts eight days.- Jews make sure that there will be no contact of Leaven during the eight period holiday..... Sukkot - Second festival of Jewish year- Is a Feast of Tabernacles- Tabernacles are huts/tents- As a part of the celebration, Jews build a sukkah in their garden, and live in it until the festival week ends Hanukkah - Hanukkah is sometimes called the Festival of Lights- Lasts for eight days- Jews remember stories from 2,000 years ago- Jews use a special candlestick called a chanukiah, it holds eight candles which represents each day- There is a ninth candle that is used to light the other candles.- The chanukiah is often placed by the window. Shavuot - Shavuot is called the Feats of Weeks- Celebrates God giving Moses the Ten Commandments - Before the festival begins the synagogue is decorated with fruits and flowers- After the festival Jews celebrate with a meal including two special loaves of bread with a pattern of a ladder baked into it.. πŸ™πŸΌ πŸ•Ž ⛺️ πŸ• ✑ 🍞
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