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At the same time, by the rabbinic decree to add one day to all holidays outside the Land of Israel, [5] both Passover and Sukkot, although described in the Torah as seven-day holidays, are observed outside the Land of Israel for eight days. Retrieved from ” https: Find out why Jewish day school kids are bragging about school meals now that A Healthy Touch has taken the reins.

But whatever may be the judgment formed of the contents of the Talmuds, it must be matter of regret to every candid lover of literature, that they should have been so frequently and vigorously prohibited and suppressed; for, “if the Talmud was received with great applause by the Jews,” says the Rev.

Yet they may sometimes come undone; then they become a disgrace. They should be concentrating on the unique spiritual elevation which their descent gives them, and which alone enables them to be the vehicle of the special Divine blessing of Birkhat Kohanim. Help the Teach Coalition fight for more security funding four our nonpublic school students – donate now at… https: For Karaitesfollowers of a branch of Judaism that accepts the Written Lawbut not the Oral LawShemini Atzeret is observed as a single day of rest, not associated with the practices of Simchat Torah, which are a rabbinic innovation.

Atlanta Jewish Academy, Atlanta. This refers to the date of Shemini Atzeret relative to Sukkot; it falls on the eighth day. Acerca de este libro.

In the Land of Israel, it would have been read on the first day of Sukkot, which would also have been on Shabbat. Reform and Reconstructionist communities generally celebrate this and most Biblical holidays for one day, even outside Israel. Retrieved October 9, For, after the Babylonish captivity, it was the practice of the Jews, that when the Law was “read in the synagogue every Sabbath-day,” in pure Hebrew, an explanation was subjoined to it in Chaldee, in order to render it intelligible to the people, who had but an imperfect knowledge of the Biblical Hebrew.


Across the metro area, challah bakers young and old floured their baking pans. Jochanan in the third century of the Christian era, and appended to the Mishna, constitute, with it, the Jerusalem Talmud ; and the comments and expositions collected by R. The Simchat Torah celebration of today is of later rabbinic and customary origin.

Joseph, the disciple of R. They are therefore muktzah ; that is, one may not even move them on a holiday where they are not needed.

Commonly, only the first day is referred to as Shemini Atzeret, while the second is called Simchat Torah. This page was last edited on 8 Novemberat But we also have to know when to put these petty observances aside and focus on our inherent human dignity.

The Jewish Encyclopedia states that during the time of the Second Templethe festival of Shavuot received the specific name of “‘Atzarta” as cited by Josephus in Antiquities of the Jews iii.

Karaite Jews dsecargar America.

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In the Land of Israel, the celebrations of Shemini Atzeret and Simchat Torah are combined on a single day, and the names are used interchangeably. The Talmud [13] describes Shemini Atzeret with the words “a holiday in its own right” regel bifnei atzmo.

Passover Fast of the Firstborn Pesach Sheni. Interprete, Editore et Notatore, Guff. By Atlanta Jewish Times. Psalm 27, which is recited in most communities twice daily starting at the beginning of Elulcontinues to be recited on Shemini Atzeret outside the Land of Israel. Karaites and Samaritans do not include the rabbinical innovation of Simchat Torah in their observance of the day; and do not observe a second day of any holiday in the Diaspora. The prevalent practice is that one eats in the sukkah on the eighth day, but without reciting the blessing berakhah for sitting in a sukkah.

Samaritansfollowers of an Abrahamic religion closely related to Judaism that recognizes only the first five or six books of the Bible as canonicalcelebrate only one day of Shemini Atzeret. The day but not the name is mentioned in the siddur of Rav Amram Gaon 9th century CE ; the assignment of the first chapter of Joshua as the haftarah of the day is mentioned there.


The practice of reading the last of the weekly Torah portions on Shemini Atzeret is documented in the Talmud. Shemini Atzeret is mentioned there only in verses 36 and Yet Rav Ashi, one of the latest sages of the Talmud, gives an entirely different rationale for this decree: Libros en Google Play. The reading of the first section of Genesis immediately upon the conclusion of the last section of Deuteronomy —as well as the name “Simchat Torah”—can be found in the 14th century halachic work Arba’ah Turim.

Yeshiva University Center for the Jewish Future: Accordingly, the “eighth day of Sukkot” outside Israel coincides with the separate holiday of Shemini Atzeret. It was printed with the Pentateuch, in folio,Bonon.

Immediately below that discussion, however, the Talmud describes Shemini Atzeret as the “end holiday of the festival [of Sukkot]”.

The Yizkor memorial service is also recited in Ashkenazi synagogues on this day. Eating in the sukkah does not cause a parallel problem because many people simply enjoy eating outdoors in the shade of a sukkah. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Archived from the original on July 16, Retrieved December 22, Retrieved September 25, A lunch honoring Jennifer and Hank Rosenblum fulfills a special mitzvah.

The day prior to Shemini Atzeret is the last day of Sukkot. However, it may occur on a different day from the conventional Dedcargar celebration, due to differences in calendar calculations.

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Others eat the evening meal of Shemini Atzeret indoors but the day meal in the sukkah. Since most of the other decrees are related to the Temple and especially to adjusting to the destruction of the Mikdash, the natural tendency would be to assume that this decree too is a ddescargar of the Temple, where the Kohanim were forbidden to wear any kind of footwear.

The Hebrew word shemini means eighth.