TU B SHEVAT

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In the beginning of Spring in the land of Israel, one of the most anticipated Rosh Hashanahs or Jewish New Year observed by the Jews is the Tu B’Shevat. Although is it a non-working holiday for them, yet they allocate time for the festive meal with their family. This celebration has left a mark into their hearts and has become a remembrance of the revival and redemption of the Land of Israel when they were scattered abroad, bearing in mind about the connection of the Jews to its native Land, Israel.  You can read more about TU B SHEVAT:

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