Saturday, February 6, 2016 Shevat 27, 5776
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JTA
Because 5775 was a “shmita,” or sabbatical year, when Jewish law prohibits agricultural activity in Israel, demand for etrogs grown in Morocco is especially high this season.
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David Holzel | JE Feature
The 10 days between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur are prime time for teshuvah, often translated as “repentance."
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JE Staff
An irreverent look at some unorthodox ways to respond to questions about the High Holidays.
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Marissa Stern | JE Staff
Local Hillels are helping college students who can't get home for the holidays to enjoy the holidays surrounded by members of the community.
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At 87, Rabbi Ezekiel Musleah continues to share the "old school" Torah reading skills he first developed in India; recently celebrating 25 years as the designated reader at a Conservative synagogue in Center City.
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