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 ======Rosh Hashanah====== ======Rosh Hashanah======
-Rosh Hashanah is the Jewish New Year celebrated in the fall. The two-day holiday is celebrated in a similar fashion to Shabbat, where people refrain from using electricity and spend time [[rosh hashanah:machzor|praying]] in synagogue. Just like every Jewish holiday, Rosh Hashanah comes with its own set of customs. ​ Most of the day is spent praying for a good year and repenting for sins done throughout the year as well as listening to the [[rosh hashanah:​shofar]],​ ram’s horn, being blown. ​ There is also the famous custom of dipping apples into [[rosh hashanah:​honey dish]] to represent a sweet new year. +Rosh Hashanah is the Jewish New Year celebrated in the fall. The two-day holiday is celebrated in a similar fashion to Shabbat, where people refrain from using electricity and spend time praying from a [[rosh hashanah:Machzor]], rather than a [[prayer:​Siddur]] in synagogue. Just like every Jewish holiday, Rosh Hashanah comes with its own set of customs. ​ Most of the day is spent praying for a good year and repenting for sins done throughout the year as well as listening to the [[rosh hashanah:​shofar]],​ ram’s horn, being blown. ​ There is also the famous custom of dipping apples into [[rosh hashanah:​honey dish]] to represent a sweet new year. 
  
  
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