Hebrew calendar

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The fixed Hebrew calendar that we use today is traditionally attributed to Hillel II, who lived in the 4th century CE.
Peace is based on security, it is not based on good will and legitimacy as is believed", Netanyahu said at a memorial ceremony for Theodor Herzl, a founding father of Zionism, on the anniversary of his death, based on the Hebrew calendar.
But Jewish history tells us that Romans did not expel the original Jews from Palestine when they crushed the Simon bar Kokhba revolt in 136 AD, instead barring them only from city of Jerusalem - and even then they were allowed to visit it during Tisha B'Bv, the annual fast day on the ninth day of the month of Av in the Hebrew calendar.
It too has its own commemorative day, established in 1953 by Israeli Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion who designated the 27th of Nisan on the Hebrew calendar as Yom HaShoah, the formal commemoration of the Holocaust in Israel and the diaspora.
NISAN, the first Spring month in the Hebrew calendar, is pronounced like the Japanese car maker NISSAN.
We do not dispute the date for Yom Kippur or for Passover--we receive a Hebrew calendar from a Jewish funeral home or from a Judaica shop and we display it in our homes.
Today, as the new year approaches on the Hebrew calendar, we're celebrating the launch of the Dead Sea Scrolls online; a project of The Israel Museum, Jerusalem powered by Google technology.
Israel celebrated the 63rd anniversary of its creation on Tuesday, in accordance with the Hebrew calendar.
Israel celebrated the 63rd anniversary of its creation Tuesday, in accordance with the Hebrew calendar.
will mark the creation 62 years ago under the Hebrew calendar of the state of
Aa However, Mr Ornan said any official could instantly tell if he was looking at the card of a Jew or Arab because the date of birth on the IDs of Jews was given according to the Hebrew calendar.
Commonly referred to as the Jewish New Year, it is always observed on the first day of Tishrei, the seventh month of the Hebrew calendar.
Atex is providing Yedioth Ahoronoth with right-to-left orientation, as well as Hebrew file names and the local Hebrew calendar.
THE Hebrew calendar has a leap month rather than a leap day to adjust possible seasonal changes.