During the Jewish New Year, Jews around the world eat apples dipped in honey symbolizing the sweetness of a new year.
Happy New Year or Shanah Tovah in Hebrew! Rosh haShanah is the first Jewish holiday that occurs in the autumn and falls on the first and second days of the Jewish calendar, Tishri. Usually, it comes sometime in September or October. This year it begins on the evening of September 20th. The blowing of the … More Why Non-Jews Should Care about the Jewish New Year