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You missed my point. 1 Tishrei is, indeed called Yom Hazzikkaron, not
only on your Chabad calendar but also in Jewish tradition at large as
exemplified in the liturgy which refers to it specifically by this name.
My point was that this is not the biblical term.
Have a good year!
On Mon, 16 Sep 1996, Eric Forster wrote:
> >Dear Judith,
> >Premit me to correct one of your comments. The first of the seventh
> >month is not referred to biblically as Yom hazzikkaron "day of
> >rememberance". It is called yom teruah and yom zikron teruah but not,
> >to my recollection, yom hazzikkaron. The biblical term zikron teruah,
> >remeberance of the (trumpet) blowing, is, as you well know, the basis
> >for the treatment of the Rosh hashanah liturgy for when rosh hashanah
> >occurs on Sabbath as it did this year.
> Although you are probably right, let me say in Judith's defense that the
> Chabad calendar for the year 5757, hanging on my wall, refers to it (just
> as Judith said) as Yom haZicaron.
> Eric Forster