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Yomim Noraim #2

Halachos and Minhagim pertaining to the Time Period

The Chazan on Rosh Hashana should be: Married, have kids, have a beard, be over 30 yrs. G-d Fearing, nice voice
Tzom Gedaliah is on the ___ of Tishrei third
Yom Kippur is on the ___ of Tishrei tenth
We begin to blow shofar on the ____ of Chodesh Elul first
On Erev Rosh Hashana people have a custom to fast until _______ Midday
To show our confidence in a favorable judgement we ________ and ______ ___________ on Erev Rosh Hashana bathe, and get haircuts
Hataras Nedarim has to be done infront of a beis Din of _____ Jews three
Yom _________ is the name for Rosh Hashana showing our broken hearts. Teruah
Rosh Hashan can't fall out on which days? Sunday, Wednesday, Friday
The name for Rosh Hashan which shows that Hashem remembers everything is _________ ______________ Yom Hazikaron
On Rosh Hashana everyone passes before Hashem like ________ sheep
Reshaiim are written down on Rosh Hashana and signed for ______. death
Tzadikim are written down and sealed immidiatly for ________. life
Beinonim are not written and sealed until _____ _______. Yom Kippur
We stop wishing eachother that they should be written and sealed for good after Chatzot, because... we hope that they are Tzadikim
We eat the head of a ram to signify... Akaidat Yitzchak
We eat fish to be a sign that the Jews should... multiply like fish
We try not to eat on Rosh Hashana sharp & bitter foods and nuts
We read on Rosh Hashana... Sarah and Chana being remembered, Akaidas Hitzchak,
What are the 3 Middle Berachos during Musaf Rosh Hashanah Malchiot, Zichronos, Shofros
Created by: Rabbi Perton



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