The entry and exit times of the holiday – Rosh Hashanah

Rosh Hashanah, which begins in the month of Tishrei, is a holiday from the Torah and one of the Hebrew New Years. It is celebrated nowadays as a Jewish holiday on the first and second days of Tishrei and opens the ten days of repentance until Yom Kippur. Both days are celebrated as a good day; The first from Dauraita and the second from Darbanan. The commandment in the Torah instructs to make Yom A in Tishrei “Yom Terua” and therefore the main holiday mitzvah is the blowing of the shofar. This day is considered in Halacha to be the first day of the year in the number of years and in the number of Shemita and Jubilee years. In the Jewish tradition, this is considered a day of judgment, in which people crown God as the king who watches over and examines each person for his actions. According to the rule not Adu Rosh, the first day of Rosh Hashanah does not apply to Sundays, Wednesdays and Fridays. (Wikipedia)

Holiday entrance:
Jerusalem: 17:56
Beitar Ilit: 18:00
Netanya: 18:03
Elad: 18:03
Petah Tikva: 18:02
Haifa: 17:59
Tel Aviv: 18:06
Beer Sheva: 18:06
Eilat: 17:57

Holiday departure:
Jerusalem: 19:06
Beitar Ilit: 19:00
Netanya: 19:08
Elad: 19:08
Petah Tikva: 19:08
Haifa: 19:01
Tel Aviv: 19:02
Beer Sheva: 19:02
Eilat: 19:01
Our rabbi ended: 19:47

Holiday entry and exit times courtesy of Etar Yeshiva

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