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Simchat Torah (seem-chaht toh-rah) — lit., Joyous celebration of Torah; holiday that follows Sukkot and celebrates the annual completion of reading the Torah
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Shmini Atzeret
Introduction to Shmini Atzeret/Simchat Torah
Timing In Eretz Yisrael , Shmini Atzeret and Simchat...
Shmini Atzeret
Shmini Atzeret/Simchat Torah: What Time To Start: Ma'ariv and Kiddush
Ma’ariv on Shmini Atzeret and on Simchat Torah may be...
Introduction to Holidays/Jewish Festivals
Introduction to Holidays/Jewish Festivals/Chagim/Yom Tov
Jewish Festivals are listed in the Torah and are of two types: ...
Shacharit: Tachanun: When Not To Say
Tachanun is related to judgment. Tachanun is NOT said at times of...
SheHecheyanu: Jewish Festivals
SheHecheyanu at Candle-Lighting for Jewish Festivals
Say she’hecheyanu when lighting candles for: Both...
Introduction to Jewish Festivals: Meals
Introduction to Jewish Festival "Eating a Meal" Requirements
We are required to eat two meals on Jewish festivals , each preceded...
Jewish Festivals: Evening Kiddush
Jewish Festivals: Evening Kiddush
To fulfill the two requirements for Jewish festival evening kiddush...
Introduction to Jewish Festivals: Medicines
Introduction to Jewish Festivals: Medicines
Jewish Festivals: Medicines: When To Take Medicine generally may not...

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