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Jewish Tweets Sep 20
How was your ? Was the day meaningful to you? Where did you go for services? Break fast? Please share.
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Ozraeli Dave Sep 19
I am sure I am not alone in feeling like this year's was the most difficult in recent memory. Not because of the fasting, but because of my constant thinking about my friend
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Rabbi Jill Zimmerman Sep 19
I'm BACKKKK!! Wow what a experience! Deep learning, gorgeous music, beautiful community. Did I miss anything important in the news?
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Rabbi Ari Shishler Sep 20
The day after . What should be the next spiritual step?
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tara strong Sep 19
...I’m never gonna make it!!!!
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Arsen Ostrovsky Oct 6
45 years ago (1973), in an unprovoked attack, Egypt and Syria suddenly launched a war against on the holiest day in the calendar, . Then, as always, we prevailed and shall continue to prevail against all enemies.
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Mustafa Akyol Sep 19
Let me bless the of Jewish friends, and the of fellow Muslims (especially the Shia, but of course all Muslims.) And there is a good reason why these two come at the same time: We Muslims got it from the Jews. Read more here:
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Arsen Ostrovsky Sep 19
Replying to @jeremycorbyn
Thank you for greeting . Your timing is impeccable, again just moment before the holiday starts & when few of the Jewish community will see. Some will might say your timing is ‘ironic’? Hope you used opportunity to atone. Sure been busy year for you mate!
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Ambassador Danny Danon | דני דנון Oct 6
Today, 45 years ago, Egypt and Syria suddenly attacked Israel on the holiest day in the calendar: . We will never forget the courage and sacrifice made by the soldiers during the Yom Kippur War. Because of them, prevailed.
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Céline Robinson Sep 20
Yesterday was both and ... Which made for a very jaunty interpretation of “Aveinu Malkeinu”. Happy new yaaaaaarrr my fellow People!
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jill w Sep 19
Today, at services, the rabbi spoke about hope and kindness and asked for a moment of self meditation to think about what we can do for others. I thought about how I can reach others through to make this the year I do all I can to
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Sal DiCiccio Sep 19
Wishing a very peaceful to all who celebrate
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Jeremy Marks-Peltz Feb 14
Oddest comment of the day: @ryanlieber75 would get rid of on his holiday calendar but keep .
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Jewish News Sep 20
Members of two synagogues visited their Muslim neighbours at a Cricklewood mosque, Al-Majlis Al-Hussaini, on , after the driver of a car rammed into worshippers and shouted hateful abuse, seriously injuring two.
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ADL Sep 20
A rock was thrown at a Polish synagogue during services. No one should be victim to attacks like this, especially on the holiest day of the Jewish year.
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Adam Milstein Sep 20
Following a disappointing service at a temple in on where the Rabbi espoused his anti- views but failed to bless , I attended an service for and was proud to hear blessings for , the , and for
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Cathy Ashley Sep 21
2nd day of resolution. To tweet each day about someone whose actions or work I admire & who I was only initially intro to on-line. who I first came across as a fearless war correspondent. V knowledgeable about Syria, informative & passionate in his views
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carin mrotz Sep 19
Argh I just absentmindedly stood in the middle of the kitchen and ate a bunch of pickles and ruined my fast. This has been my most Jewish tweet.
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Jeff Jacoby Sep 19
wasn’t easy — 25 hours without food or drink, many hours in the synagogue, a lot of introspection and focus on personal shortcomings. But for an entire night & day, I didn’t read, write, talk, or think about politics, even for a minute. That was great.
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Alessandra Biaggi Sep 19
Have a good holy day, & ! Good Yuntif.
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