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In all due respect to the mahzor, it is the Habad calendar which really
gives the name its hekhsher (I hope no Habadniks are in on this piece of
irreverance from a seasoned misnaggid!)
A gut yohr, a gesundt yohr, a mazaldig yohr, and regards to Channie!
On Mon, 16 Sep 1996, Joshua Schwartz wrote:
> Chabad calendar (!!). So does kiddush, open a mahzor; so what.
> Joshua Schwartz
> 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.
> > Avigdor,
> > 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
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