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Amir Blumenfeld 22h
If you’re reading this, you’re a bad Jew.
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Ghanem Nuseibeh Sep 18
The first time Prophet Mohammed heard about Yom Kippur and that Jews fast, he decided to fast as well. The Prophet of Islam understood and taught that as Muslims we are an extension of the religion of Abraham and that Jews, Christians and Muslims are one family.
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Israel ישראל Sep 18
According to Jewish tradition, on (beginning at sunset 18.9, concluding at nightfall 19.9), God inscribes each person's fate for the coming year. We wish Jews in Israel & around the world "Chatima Tova" & a meaningful holiday.
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Hananya Naftali Sep 18
Yom Kippur in Israel -- The roads are empty and the Synagogues are full of people.
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Adam Milstein Sep 18
Thank you Mr. President! US President offered his blessings to the people today on behalf of himself and his wife Melania ahead of the High Holiday of , the traditional day of atonement.
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Mayim Bialik Sep 18
starts at sundown. I am wearing my new white dress (white is customary to indicate the clean slate we hope for) and I’m currently eating wonton soup as I prepare for our holiest day of prayer, repentance, and spiritual renewal.
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Jeremy Corbyn Sep 18
As Jewish people start to prepare for , I would like to wish those here in the UK and around the world G’mar Chatima Tova.
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Rabbi Sacks Sep 17
As we approach , the holy of holies of Jewish time, here are ten ideas which might help you focus your prayers and ensure you have a meaningful and life-changing experience.
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Senate Republicans Sep 18
Wishing our Jewish neighbors, friends, and family a peaceful and meaningful . G’mar Chatima Tova.
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david litt Sep 18
When was the last time fell on International Talk Like a Pirate Day?
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Doug Ford Sep 18
Today at sundown begins Yom Kippur, the Jewish Day of Atonement, and the holiest days of the year in the Jewish calendar. I want to wish everyone an easy and meaningful fast. May you be sealed in the Book of Life. G'mar chatima tovah
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Rep. Ted Lieu Sep 18
Wishing those celebrating a meaningful day of reflection, prayer, and an easy fast. May we take this time to come together as a community and work towards a more peaceful future for our world.
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Dave Rubin Sep 18
Good luck to all the Jews who partake in the fast. As for everyone else, just be thankful that millions of hungry Jews will also be off Twitter for the day.
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Embassy of Israel Sep 18
Today at sundown, Jews around the world will begin observing , Judaism's holiest day. It is a day of atonement and self-reflection. We wish all who observe the holiday an easy fast, and may you all be inscribed in the Book of Life.
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Hananya Naftali Sep 18
Have a meaningful Yom Kippur -- May you be signed & sealed in the Book of Life. It's a Day of Atonement, a unique day for self-reflection, for forgiveness and peace.
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BL Hebrew Project Sep 18
The Jewish Day of Atonement, starts tonight. This manuscript (Add MS 26957) was created in 1469 for Menahem ben Samuel & his daughter Maraviglia, who is depicted here doing the confessional prayer for Yom kippur
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Hallel Silverman Sep 18
Wishing everyone keeping an easy fast & a thought provoking day 🤔
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Sen Dianne Feinstein Sep 18
Wishing everyone a meaningful and prayerful across California and the country. G'mar Chatima Tova.
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Richard N. Haass Sep 18
Central to is the al-Chet, the confession of sins. The sins noted are mostly sins of commission. The last sin we ask forgiveness for is the sin of a confused heart, for not acting when we should have. it is a powerful reminder of the potential consequences of inaction.
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Arsen Ostrovsky Sep 18
Ok, time to sign off! Wishing all the Jewish people Gmar Chatima Tova this . If I offended you on Twitter, you’re probably an Antisemite. 😉 May you have a meaningful and peaceful fast, and be inscribed in the Book of Life! Best wishes, Arsen.
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