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Yom Kippur (ethics)
Transcript of Yom Kippur (ethics)
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by: Adeena, Spiro, Thanushickaa and Kaylyn
Some interesting facts:
-Many Jews wear white clothes on the day of Yom Kippur. The white clothes symbolize purity and a biblical promise that the sins that are committed shall be made white as snow.
-Work is considered forbidden during the celebration of Yom Kippur.
-Many Jews avoid washing or bathing, using makeup or deodorant, amd wearing leather shoes.
Sexual relations are avoided aswell on Yom Kippur.
-The 10 days before Yom Kippur are called the Days of Repentance.
Yom Kippur is considered the most important and sacred holiday of the Jewish year.
During the celebration of Yom Kippur, Jews do not eat nor do they drink water for nearly twenty-six hours.