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the second month of the civil year

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XXV Colloquio ebraico-cristiano di Camaldoli: E tutti salirono al monte del Signore, Isaia 2,2--A Gerusalemme, 31 Ottobre-5 Novembre 2004, 16 Cheshvan-21 Cheshvan 5765," pp.
The rabbi's closest followers said that Rabbi Kaduri told them he met the Messiah on Cheshvan 9, 5764 (Nov.
It is cold now because we live in the month of Cheshvan, which some call Marcheshvan because it is the beginning of bitterness, and mar means bitter.
The civil year consists of twelve lunar months--Tishri, Cheshvan, Kislev, Tebet, Shebat, Adar, Nisan, Iyar, Sivan, Tammuz, Ab, and Elul--which are alternately 29 and 30 days.
Unless early elections are called, elections to the Knesset take place on the third Tuesday of the month of Cheshvan in the year in which the tenure of the outgoing Knesset ends.
THE month of Cheshvan (beginning this week) is a barren time for Jewish festivals.
The reference is to the former Knesset Member, head of the Kach Party, and founder of the Jewish Defense League, the late Rabbi Meir Kahane, murdered in New York 14 years ago on Tuesday - the 18th of the Hebrew month of Cheshvan - by an Arab gunman.
He was murdered on 18 Cheshvan on the Jewish calendar.
The late Knesset member, Rabbi Meir Kahane, founder of the Jewish Defense League and now illegal Kach Party in Israel was assassinated on 18 Cheshvan 10 years ago.