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Rosh Hashanah is an important traditional holiday of the Jewish people. The beginning of Rosh Hashanah is the first day of July in the Jewish calendar, usually between September and October of the Gregorian calendar, so these days are the Jewish New Year holidays. According to Jewish custom, Rosh Hashanah is to commemorate God's creation of heaven and earth, and use love to control the world. Like our Spring Festival, the Jewish New Year is also a prayer for happiness and goodwill in the coming year, and of course it also includes a summary of the past year. Like the Chinese, they attach great importance to family reunion. Rosh Hashanah is also a family reunion, full of delicious food and joy Days.
People will choose apples dipped in honey on the first night, which symbolizes the expectation of a sweet life in the new year. The next night, people usually choose pomegranate, this is because: pomegranate is a fruit native to Israel; legend has it that each pomegranate has 613 sweet and juicy fruit, and 613 happens to be the commandment number mentioned in the law.