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Yum Kippur

 

Yom Kippur is observed for 25 hours starting on the eighth day after Rosh Hashana (The Jewish New Year). Yom Kippur , The Judgment day in which God seals the "Book of Life" is our last chance to demonstrate repentance and change God's judgment. We spent Yom Kippur fasting and praying.

On Yum Kippur Israel comes to a complete halt. No cars on the streets, All stores and places of entertainment are closed, there are no television or radio broadcasts.

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