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Judaism is known to have, among many other things, a plethora of holidays that many Jews have never heard of. There are festivals, feasts, fasts and four different new year celebrations. And because of the Hebrew calendar, the dates change every year, so it’s hard to keep track.
You probably know about “Hangry Jewish Guilt Day” (Yom Kippur) and “HA! Nice Trying Killing the Jews, We Are Still Alive and Also Very Drunk Day” (Purim), but do you know when they are this year? What about “The Jewish Red Wedding” and “Mad Respect for Heroes Day”?
Never fear! With JewishBoston’s guide to Jewish holidays for 5782, you’ll always know when the holidays are, and just maybe discover a new favorite.
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