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17th of Tammuz Q & A
Here are some questions about fasting and the 17th of Tammuz which you may be asking yourself
Fast of Yom Kippur Times: September 18, 19 2018 | 10 Tishrei 5779
Fast of Yom Kippur Times for Major Cities Around the World: September 18, 19 2018 | 10 Tishrei 5779
Purim is Coming Early This Year
Fast day called in honor of inauguration.
Aftermath of Yom Kippur in Israel: Medical Statistics
Yom Kippur in Israel is a day that keeps the emergency medical services busy — but not because of people who are fasting.
Mourning the Destruction of the Temple: Showing that We Care
Is it true that the Messiah will be born on Tisha B'Av? Why do we fast on Tisha B'Av and not on other tragic days? Rabbi Breitowitz with a penetrating message in preparation for Tisha B'Av
Why Fast on the 17th of Tammuz?
What is the purpose of the fast on the Seventeenth of Tammuz? Learn how this fast day will help us improve our behavior and conduct towards our fellow Jews
Rosh Hashana - A Good Omen
Rosh Hashanah is a Festival which would obligate one to have festive meals. On the other hand, it is a day of prayer, judgment and repentance, which would obligate one to fast. How can this contradiction be reconciled?
The Fast of the Tenth of Tevet — Question and Answers
What is the reason for the fast of the Tenth of Tevet, and what is forbidden to do on a fast day?
Tenth of Tevet: The Beginning of the Siege
The Tenth of Tevet was ordained as a fast, because on that day Nebuchadnezzar, King of Babylonia, came with his troops to besiege Jerusalem, and this siege was the beginning of the tragedy that ended with the destruction of the First Temple and the exile of Divine Presence (Shechina)