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More Elul

Shofar in Elul

Photo Credit: Yonatan Sindel/Flash90

A man blows the Shofar at the Kotel, the Jewish People’s second holiest site (The first is the Temple Mount itself).

The Shofar is blown during the month of Elul, which is the month that precedes Rosh Hashana.

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4 Responses to “More Elul”

  1. Time for Jews to bask in the light of Hashem and of the high days.

  2. I love Jewish people

  3. Lana Woods says:

    Wow that would b a site to see!?

  4. Hopefully, "we" can publish this picture again in 10,000 years.

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