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Luah Hashanah 5780


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Tips for Using eLua?™ 5780Front MatterContentsLua? Editions / Lua? ExtrasIn Memoriam: Rabbi Paul S. DrazenAbout the AuthorsGuide to TransliterationsGuide to Symbols and ConventionsJewish Commemorations 5780–5783About the Year 5780HEBREW CALENDAR 5780Elul 5779Rosh ?odesh Elul — Day 2 Shabbat Shofetim Shabbat Ki tetse Shabbat Ki tavo Motsa'ey Shabbat Conclusion of Shabbat Leyl Seli?ot Shabbat Nitsavim Motsa'ey Shabbat Conclusion of Shabbat Erev Rosh Hashanah Day before Rosh HashanahTishrey 5780Rosh Hashanah — Day 1 Rosh Hashanah — Day 2 Tsom Gedalyah Tishrey 4Erev Shabbat Day before Shabbat Shabbat Vayelekh Motsa'ey Shabbat Conclusion of Shabbat Tishrey 8Erev Yom Kippur Day before Yom Kippur Yom Kippur Motsa'ey ?Yom Kippur Conclusion of Yom KippurShabbat Ha'azinu Motsa'ey Shabbat Conclusion of Shabbat Sukkot — Day 1 Sukkot — Day 2 Sukkot — ?ol Hamo'ed Day 1Sukkot — ?ol Hamo'ed Day 2Sukkot — ?ol Hamo'ed Day 3Shabbat ?ol Hamo'ed Sukkot Hosha'na Rabbah Shemini Atseret Sim?at Torah Tishrey 25Shabbat Bereshit Shabbat ShuvahErev Rosh ?odesh Day before Rosh ?odeshRosh ?odesh ?eshvan — Day 1 ?eshvan 5780Rosh ?odesh ?eshvan — Day 2 ?eshvan 2Shabbat Noa? Shabbat Lekh lekha Shabbat Vayera Shabbat ?ayyey sarah Erev Rosh ?odesh Rosh ?odesh Kislev — Day 1 Kislev 5780Rosh ?odesh Kislev — Day 2 Shabbat Toledot Kislev 8Shabbat Vayetse Shabbat Vayishla? Shabbat Vayeshev Motsa'ey Shabbat Conclusion of Shabbat Erev ?anukkah Day before ?anukkah?anukkah — Day 1 ?anukkah — Day 2 ?anukkah — Day 3 ?anukkah — Day 4 ?anukkah — Day 5 Shabbat Mikkets ?anukkah — Day 6 Rosh ?odesh Tevet — Day 1 Tevet 5780Rosh ?odesh Tevet — Day 2 ?anukkah — Day 7 ?anukkah — Day 8 Shabbat Vayiggash Asarah Betevet Shabbat Vay?i Shabbat Shemot Shabbat Va'era Erev Rosh ?odesh Day before Rosh ?odesh Shevat 5780Rosh ?odesh Shevat Shabbat Bo Shabbat Beshalla? Shabbat ShirahChanting Shirat HayamMotsa'ey Shabbat Conclusion of Shabbat Tu Bishvat — 15th of Shevat Shabbat Yitro Chanting Aseret HadibberotTe'amim for the Public Reading of Aseret Hadibberot (Ten Commandments)Shabbat Mishpatim Shabbat ShekalimErev Rosh ?odesh Day before Rosh ?odesh Rosh ?odesh Adar — Day 1 Adar 5780Rosh ?odesh Adar — Day 2 Shabbat Terumah Shabbat Tetsavveh Shabbat ZakhorTa'anit Ester Purim Shushan Purim Shabbat Ki tissa Shabbat ParahShabbat Vayak·hel + Pekudey Shabbat Ha?odeshErev Rosh ?odesh Day before Rosh ?odesh Nisan 5780Rosh ?odesh Nisan Shabbat Vayikra Shabbat Tsav Shabbat HagadolMotsa'ey Shabbat Conclusion of Shabbat Erev Pesa? Day before Pesa? Bedikat ?amets The Search for ?amets Bi'ur ?amets Destruction of the ?amets Ta'anit Bekhorim Fast of the FirstbornPesa? — Day 1 Pesa? — Day 2 Shabbat ?ol Hamo'ed Pesa? Pesa? — ?ol Hamo'ed Day 2Pesa? — ?ol Hamo'ed Day 3Pesa? — ?ol Hamo'ed Day 4Pesa? — Day 7 Pesa? — Day 8 Motsa'ey ?Yom Tov Conclusion of Yom TovShabbat Shemini Motsa'ey Shabbat Conclusion of Shabbat Nisan 26Yom Hasho'ah Vehagevurah Nisan 28Erev Rosh ?odesh Day before Rosh ?odesh Rosh ?odesh Iyyar — Day 1 Iyyar 5780Shabbat Tazria + Metsora Rosh ?odesh Iyyar — Day 2 Iyyar 2Iyyar 3Yom Hazikkaron Yom Ha'atsma'ut Iyyar 6Iyyar 7Shabbat A?arey mot + Kedoshim Motsa'ey Shabbat Conclusion of Shabbat Iyyar 10Iyyar 11Iyyar 12Iyyar 13Pesa? Sheni — The 2nd Pesa? Shabbat Emor Motsa'ey Shabbat Conclusion of Shabbat Erev Lag Ba'omer Day before Lag Ba'omerLag Ba'omer — Day 33 of the Omer Iyyar 19Iyyar 20Iyyar 21Shabbat Behar + Be?ukkotay Motsa'ey Shabbat Conclusion of Shabbat Iyyar 24Iyyar 25Iyyar 26Erev Yom Yerushalayim Day before Yom YerushalayimYom Yerushalayim Shabbat Bemidbar Shabbat Ma?ar ?odeshSivan 5780Rosh ?odesh Sivan Sivan 2Sivan 3Sivan 4Erev Shavu'ot Day before Shavu'ot Shavu'ot — Day 1 Shavu'ot — Day 2 Motsa'ey Shabbat Vey?om Tov Conclusion of Shabbat and Yom TovSivan 9Sivan 13Shabbat Naso Shabbat Beha'alotekha Shabbat Shela? lekha Erev Rosh ?odesh Day before Rosh ?odesh Rosh ?odesh Tammuz — Day 1 Tammuz 5780Rosh ?odesh Tammuz — Day 2 Shabbat Kora? Shabbat ?ukkat + Balak Shiv'ah Asar Betammuz Shabbat Pine?as Shabbat Mattot + Mas'ey Erev Rosh ?odesh Day before Rosh ?odesh Av 5780Rosh ?odesh Av Shabbat Devarim Shabbat ?azonMotsa'ey Shabbat Conclusion of Shabbat Erev Tish'ah Be'av Day before Tish'ah Be'av Tish'ah Be'av Av ?10Shabbat Va'et·?annan Shabbat Na?amuChanting Aseret HadibberotTe'amim for the Public Reading of Aseret Hadibberot (Ten Commandments)Erev Tu Be'av Day before Tu Be'av Tu Be'av Shabbat EkevShabbat Re'eh Erev Rosh ?odesh Day before Rosh ?odesh Rosh ?odesh Elul — Day 1 Elul 5780Rosh ?odesh Elul — Day 2 Shabbat Shofetim Shabbat Ki tetse Shabbat Ki tavo Shabbat Nitsavim + Vayelekh Motsa'ey Shabbat Conclusion of Shabbat Leyl Seli?ot Erev Rosh Hashanah Day before Rosh HashanahSECULAR CALENDAR 2019–2020Sep 2019Sat 31 Aug (evening)Sun 1 SepSat 7 SepSat 14 SepSat 21 Sep (morning)Sat 21 Sep (evening)Sat 21 Sep (night)Sat 28 Sep (morning)Sat 28 Sep (evening)Sun 29 Sep (daytime)Sun 29 Sep (evening)Mon 30 Sep (morning)Mon 30 Sep (evening)Oct 2019Tue 1 Oct (morning)Tue 1 Oct (evening)Wed 2 Oct (morning)Wed 2 Oct (evening)Thu 3 Oct (daytime)Thu 3 Oct (evening)Fri 4 Oct (morning)Fri 4 Oct (evening)Sat 5 Oct (morning)Sat 5 Oct (evening)Sun 6 Oct (daytime)Sun 6 Oct (evening)Mon 7 Oct (daytime)Mon 7 Oct (evening)Tue 8 Oct (morning)Tue 8 Oct (evening)Wed 9 Oct (morning)Wed 9 Oct (evening)Thu 10 OctSat 12 Oct (morning)Sat 12 Oct (evening)Sun 13 Oct (morning)Sun 13 Oct (evening)Mon 14 Oct (morning)Mon 14 Oct (evening)Tue 15 Oct (morning)Tue 15 Oct (evening)Wed 16 Oct (morning)Wed 16 Oct (evening)Thu 17 Oct (morning)Thu 17 Oct (evening)Fri 18 Oct (morning)Fri 18 Oct (afternoon)Fri 18 Oct (evening)Sat 19 Oct (morning)Sat 19 Oct (evening)Sun 20 Oct (morning)Sun 20 Oct (evening)Mon 21 Oct (morning)Mon 21 Oct (evening)Tue 22 Oct (morning)Tue 22 Oct (evening)Wed 23 OctThu 24 Oct (daytime)Sat 26 OctMon 28 Oct (afternoon)Mon 28 Oct (evening)Tue 29 Oct (morning)Tue 29 Oct (evening)Wed 30 OctThu 31 OctNov 2019Sat 2 NovSat 9 NovSat 16 NovSat 23 NovWed 27 Nov (daytime)Wed 27 Nov (evening)Thu 28 Nov (morning)Thu 28 Nov (evening)Fri 29 NovSat 30 NovDec 2019Thu 5 DecSat 7 DecSat 14 DecSat 21 Dec (morning)Sat 21 Dec (evening)Sun 22 Dec (afternoon)Sun 22 Dec (evening)Mon 23 Dec (morning)Mon 23 Dec (evening)Tue 24 Dec (morning)Tue 24 Dec (evening)Wed 25 Dec (morning)Wed 25 Dec (evening)Thu 26 Dec (morning)Thu 26 Dec (evening)Fri 27 Dec (morning)Fri 27 Dec (evening)Sat 28 Dec (morning)Sat 28 Dec (evening)Sun 29 Dec (morning)Sun 29 Dec (evening)Mon 30 DecJan 2020Sat 4 JanTue 7 JanSat 11 JanSat 18 JanSat 25 JanSun 26 Jan (afternoon)Sun 26 Jan (evening)Mon 27 JanFeb 2020Sat 1 FebSat 8 Feb (morning)Sat 8 Feb (evening)Sun 9 Feb (morning)Sun 9 Feb (evening)Mon 10 FebSat 15 FebSat 22 FebMon 24 Feb (afternoon)Mon 24 Feb (evening)Tue 25 FebTue 25 Feb (evening)Wed 26 FebSat 29 FebMar 2020Sat 7 MarMon 9 Mar (morning)Mon 9 Mar (evening)Tue 10 Mar (morning)Tue 10 Mar (evening)Wed 11 MarSat 14 MarSat 21 MarWed 25 Mar (afternoon)Wed 25 Mar (evening)Thu 26 MarSat 28 MarApr 2020Sat 4 Apr (morning)Sat 4 Apr (evening)Tue 7 Apr (evening)Wed 8 Apr (morning)Wed 8 Apr (afternoon)Wed 8 Apr (evening)Thu 9 Apr (morning)Thu 9 Apr (evening)Fri 10 Apr (morning)Fri 10 Apr (evening)Sat 11 Apr (morning)Sat 11 Apr (evening)Sun 12 Apr (morning)Sun 12 Apr (evening)Mon 13 Apr (morning)Mon 13 Apr (evening)Tue 14 Apr (morning)Tue 14 Apr (evening)Wed 15 Apr (morning)Wed 15 Apr (evening)Thu 16 Apr (morning)Thu 16 Apr (evening)Fri 17 Apr (morning)Fri 17 Apr (evening)Sat 18 Apr (morning)Sat 18 Apr (evening)Sun 19 AprMon 20 AprTue 21 Apr (morning)Tue 21 Apr (evening)Wed 22 AprThu 23 Apr (afternoon)Thu 23 Apr (evening)Fri 24 Apr (morning)Fri 24 Apr (evening)Sat 25 Apr (morning)Sat 25 Apr (evening)Sun 26 AprMon 27 Apr (evening)Tue 28 Apr (morning)Tue 28 Apr (evening)Wed 29 Apr (morning)Wed 29 Apr (evening)Thu 30 AprMay 2020Fri 1 MaySat 2 May (morning)Sat 2 May (evening)Sun 3 MayMon 4 MayTue 5 MayWed 6 MayThu 7 May (afternoon)Thu 7 May (evening)Fri 8 May (morning)Fri 8 May (evening)Sat 9 May (morning)Sat 9 May (evening)Sun 10 MayMon 11 May (afternoon)Mon 11 May (evening)Tue 12 May (morning)Tue 12 May (evening)Wed 13 MayThu 14 MayFri 15 MaySat 16 May (morning)Sat 16 May (evening)Sun 17 MayMon 18 MayTue 19 MayWed 20 MayThu 21 May (afternoon)Thu 21 May (evening)Fri 22 May (morning)Fri 22 May (evening)Sat 23 MaySat 23 May (evening)Sun 24 May (morning)Sun 24 May (evening)Mon 25 May (morning)Mon 25 May (evening)Tue 26 May (morning)Tue 26 May (evening)Wed 27 May (morning)Wed 27 May (evening)Thu 28 May (morning)Thu 28 May (evening)Fri 29 May (morning)Fri 29 May (evening)Sat 30 May (morning)Sat 30 May (evening)Sun 31 MayJun 2020Mon 1 JunFri 5 JunSat 6 JunSat 13 JunSat 20 JunSun 21 Jun (afternoon)Sun 21 Jun (evening)Mon 22 Jun (morning)Mon 22 Jun (evening)Tue 23 JunSat 27 JunJul 2020Sat 4 JulThu 9 JulSat 11 JulSat 18 JulTue 21 Jul (afternoon)Tue 21 Jul (evening)Wed 22 JulFri 24 Jul (evening)Sat 25 Jul (morning)Sat 25 Jul (evening)Wed 29 Jul (afternoon)Wed 29 Jul (evening)Thu 30 Jul (morning)Thu 30 Jul (evening)Aug 2020Sat 1 AugTue 4 AugWed 5 AugSat 8 AugSat 15 AugWed 19 Aug (afternoon)Wed 19 Aug (evening)Thu 20 Aug (morning)Thu 20 Aug (evening)Fri 21 AugSat 22 AugSat 29 AugSep 2020Sat 5 SepSat 12 Sep (morning)Sat 12 Sep (evening)Sat 12 Sep (night)Fri 18 SepHOLIDAY OBSERVANCESRosh Hashanah 5780Seli?ot — Penitential PrayersLooking Ahead to Rosh HashanahTeki'at Shofar — Hearing the Sounds of the ShofarPreparing to Celebrate with a New Fruit or with New ClothesBefore Rosh HashanahPreparing a Flame for Yom TovRosh Hashanah — Day 1 and Day 2Candle Lighting for Yom Tov — Day 1Candle Lighting for Yom Tov — Day 2Rosh Hashanah Meals — Day 1 and Day 2Tashlikh Celebrating with a New Fruit or New ClothesYom KippurBefore Yom KippurLast Meal before the FastMemorial CandleResting CandleYom Kippur Prohibitions and PracticesBefore Leaving for the SynagogueCandle Lighting for Yom KippurBlessing the ChildrenBefore Kol NidreySukkotLooking Ahead to SukkotBuilding a SukkahAcquiring Lulav and EtrogPreparing for SukkotThe Lulav AssemblyPreparing a Flame for Yom TovMitsvot throughout SukkotEating in the SukkahTaking the Lulav and Waving the Lulav (not on Shabbat)Sukkot — Day 1 and Day 2Candle Lighting for Yom Tov — Day 1Candle Lighting for Yom Tov — Day 2Kiddush — Day 1, Day 2, and Shabbat ?ol Hamo'edYom Tov Meals — Day 1 and Day 2Waving the Lulav during Hallel (not on Shabbat)Circling the Sanctuary with Lulav and EtrogTefillin during ?ol Hamo'edHosha'na RabbahHosha'na Prayers and ProcessionsAravot — The 5 Willow BranchesShemini Atseret and Sim?at TorahPreparing for Yom TovYom Tov — Day 1 and Day 2Candle LightingYom Tov MealsMashiv Harua?Celebrating with the Torah on Sim?at TorahAttah Hor'eytaHakkafotReading the Torah on Sim?at Torah MorningThe 1st Scroll: Completing the Reading of the TorahThe 2nd Scroll: Beginning the Reading of the Torah Anew?anukkahGeneral Instructions for Candle Lighting at HomeCandle Lighting TimesSetup for the ?anukkiyyah (Menorah, Candelabra)Lighting and BerakhotSpecial Instructions for the SynagoguePurimThe 5 Mitsvot of PurimProcedure for Chanting Megillat EsterBefore Chanting the MegillahChanting the MegillahAfter Chanting the MegillahPesa?In PreparationSearching for ?ametsDisposing of ?ametsFast of the FirstbornSiyyum and Se'udat MitsvahBefore Pesa? — Day 1Preparing an Eruv TavshilinPreparing a Flame for Yom TovPesa? — Days 1 and 2Candle Lighting for Yom Tov — Day 1Candle Lighting for Yom Tov — Day 2Pesa? Meals — Day 1 and Day 2Morid HatalCandle Lighting for Shabbat after Yom TovCounting OmerAt NightIn the MorningTefillin during ?ol Hamo'edBefore Pesa? — Day 7Preparing a Flame for Yom TovPesa? — Day 7 and Day 8Candle Lighting for Pesa? — Day 7Candle Lighting for Pesa? — Day 8Pesa? Meals — Day 7 and Day 8Yom Ha'atsma'utShavu'otBefore Shavu'otPreparing an Eruv TavshilinPreparing a Flame for Yom TovShavu'ot — Day 1 and Day 2Candle Lighting for Yom Tov — Day 1Candle Lighting for Shabbat and Yom Tov — Day 2Arvit — Day 1: Completing 7 Full Weeks of the OmerYom Tov Meals — Day 1 and Day 2Tikkun Leyl Shavu'otRosh Hashanah 5781Seli?ot — Penitential PrayersLooking Ahead to Rosh HashanahTeki'at Shofar — Hearing the Sounds of the ShofarPreparing to Celebrate with a New Fruit or with New ClothesBefore Rosh HashanahPreparing a Flame for Yom TovOTHER COMMEMORATIONSTsom GedalyahAsarah BetevetTa'anit EsterYom Hasho'ah VehagevurahYom HazikkaronLag Ba'omerYom YerushalayimThe 3 WeeksShiv'ah Asar BetammuzThe 9 DaysRestrictionsThe 10th of AvTish'ah Be'avThe Afternoon before Tish'ah Be'avTish'ah Be'av ProhibitionsProcedures in the SynagogueCreating the Tish'ah Be'av MoodChanting Megillat EykhahReciting KinotSPECIAL SHABBATOTShabbat ?anukkahShabbat ShirahChanting Shirat HayamShabbat ShekalimShabbat ZakhorShabbat ParahShabbat Ha?odeshShabbat HagadolShabbat ?azonShabbat Na?amuAppendixesSefirat Ha'omerBirkat KohanimDetermining the Date of a YortsaytBack Cover
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The International Critical Commentary (ICC): Jobs (in 2 volumes)
Electronic edition of the massive commentary on the Book of Job.

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Tractate Bava Basra I: Commentary and Study Guide
The third of the three Talmudic tractates of the order Neziḳin, dealing with man's responsibilities and rights as the owner of property, of a house or field. The tractate is divided into ten chapters, the contents of which may be described as follows: (1) Regulations relating to property held by more than one owner (ch. i.); (2) responsibilities of an owner of property with regard to that of his neighbor (ch. ii.); (3) established rights of ownership and rights connected with property

Islam Unveiled
In Islam Unveiled, Robert Spencer dares to face the hard questions about what the Islamic religion actually teaches — and the potentially ominous implications of those teachings for the future of both the Muslim world and the West.

Tractate Ta'anis: Commentary and Study Guide
This is hard-core serious commentary on traditional Jewish belief that climatic conditions are entirely dependent upon the deeds of people. Taanis, one of the most interesting Talmudic Tractates, explicates this principle.

History of the Jews, Vol. 6: A Memoir of the Author by Dr. Philipp Bloch, A Chronological Table of Jewish History, An Index to the Whole Work, and Four Maps
A condensed reproduction of the first comprehensive attempt to write the history of the Jews as the history of a living people and from a Jewish point of view. The sixth volume contains a memoir of the author by Dr. Philipp Bloch, a chronological table of Jewish history, an index to the whole work, and four maps.

The International Critical Commentary (ICC): Ezra and Nehemiah
A commentary on one of the most interesting for the modern reader books of the Bible.

Between East and West: A History of the Jews of North Africa
This book is a valuable contribution to our understanding of “the forgotten million” that once comprised the great Jewish communities of North Africa. It covers a period of more than two thousand years in the history of those communities.

Israel and the Nations
Israel and the Nations is a handbook of Jewish apologetics. The author's primary goal was to put together all the arguments of Jew-baiting and to explain their nature and origin. This work is a source of information and reference for all those who are in quest of enlightenment.

The International Critical Commentary (ICC): Judges
The commentary, which pays a close attention to early history of social and religious life of Israel.

What is Jewish Literature?
What Is Jewish Literature? is a richly thoughtful analysis and comprehensive overview of what defines Jewish literature. It is an international collection, an enduring contribution to the literary resource for the those who strive to appreciate, evaluate, and understand the varied riches of Jewish writing.

The Jews of Yugoslavia: A Quest for Community
This work is a pioneer study of a little-known part of the modern Jewish world that is at once unique and a microcosm of European Jewry as a whole. The story of the Jews of Yugoslavia can be seen as a quest for community, to forge a unity of communal purpose and endeavor.

The Bunker
The book tells a story of seven Jews who succeeded in escaping the massacre of Jews that followed the Warsaw uprising in 1944. From about September 1944 until January 1945 the author lived with six others in a bunker under inconceivable conditions. Yet they survived. How they managed this is told in The Bunker.

Maimonides: Torah and Philosophic Quest
In this original study, noted scholar and theologian David Hartman discusses the relation between Maimonides' halakhic writings and The Guide of the Perplexed. This pioneering work earned Dr. Hartman a National Jewish Book Award for a book on Jewish thought.

Studies in Jewish Education II: Jewish Educational Research in Diaspora
History, trends and problems with the Jewish education in America.

History of the Jews in Russia and Poland, Vol. 2: From the Death of Alexander I until the Death of Alexander III. (1825–1894)
A History of the Jews in Russia and Poland from the pen of S. M. Dubnow (based upon a work in Russian which was especially prepared for JPS) needs neither justification nor recommendation. The work is divided into thee volumes. The second volume treats of the history of Russian Jewry from the death of Alexander I (1825) until the death of Alexander III (1894).

Kiddush Ha-Shem: An Epic of 1648
One of the earliest historical novels in modern Yiddish literature, Kiddush ha-Shem is a story of Jewish martyrdom during the Chmelnitsky uprising in mid-17th century Ukraine and Poland.

The Sephardi Legacy II


Volume 1, The Universal Jewish Encyclopedia
Created by Reform Rabbis and Jewish Scholars, many of whom escaped from Nazi Germany, the Encyclopedia exhibits a unique sensitivity to all forms of anti-Semitic agitation and malice and makes every effort to find allies among others, especially Christians, to forge a shield for Jewish people in the face of the coming catastrophe.

Ethics of Responsibility: Pluralistic Approaches to Conventional Ethics
Ethics of Responsibility bridges the gap between liberal Jewish philosophy and modern Orthodoxy. It is thoughtful reading for both the Jewish and non-Jewish scholar, teacher, and for all readers interested in the study of ethics and morality.

Studies in Jewish Education X: In Search of Jewish Paideia : Directions in the Philosophy of the Jewish Education
The 10th volume of Studies in Jewish Education reflects the commitment of the Hebrew University in general, and of the Melton Centre in particular, to reflection and research on issues pertaining to Jewish education. The essays and articles appearing in this volume represent the summary of a conference held in honor of Prof. Michael Rosenak on the occasion of his retirement after 33 years of research and teaching at the Melton Centre.

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