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The Romanian Cultural Institute in Tel Aviv will host between December 19, 2016 - January 13, 2017 the exhibition of paintings and drawings entitled "In the children's world".The exhibition will feature works created by children from the Israeli community of Romanian origins, ages 5-12 years, and will take place under the theme of fantasy.These are also the days on which God judges people’s deeds throughout the year and decides their future for the coming year - death for the sinners, life for the pious and a repentance period until Yom Kippur for people whose status is uncertain.Prayer - Religious Jews attend lengthy synagogue services, and recite special prayers and liturgical songs written over the centuries.Tashlich - On Rosh Hashanah afternoon it is customary to walk to a river, lakeshore or other open body of water, to shake out one’s pockets and symbolically cast one’s sins into the water.The versions of the prayers and liturgical songs vary slightly from one ethnic group to another.Selichot (special penitential prayers) - During the week (or month, depending on the ethnic group) prior to Rosh Hashanah there are special “Selichot” prayers, requesting forgiveness and expressing remorse and repentance.The blowing of the shofar (ram’s horn) - On Rosh Hashanah, 100 (or 101, depending on the ethnic tradition) shofar blasts are sounded in the synagogue, in single, triple and nine-blast groupings.

The holiday is two days according to tradition started in the Diaspora when the onset of the new moon – which traditionally was decreed by the High Court in Jerusalem – was not known.According to Jewish tradition, Rosh Hashanah commemorates the culmination of the creation of the universe and acceptance of God’s sovereignty over the world.Sinai, of Abraham and Isaac’s devotion to God, to arouse people to repentance and to herald the Day of Judgment and the coming of the Messiah.When the first day of Rosh Hashanah is on Shabbat, the shofar is sounded only on the second day.The event will be dedicated to celebrating the Hanukka and Christmas holidays.

The holiday is two days according to tradition started in the Diaspora when the onset of the new moon – which traditionally was decreed by the High Court in Jerusalem – was not known.

According to Jewish tradition, Rosh Hashanah commemorates the culmination of the creation of the universe and acceptance of God’s sovereignty over the world.

Sinai, of Abraham and Isaac’s devotion to God, to arouse people to repentance and to herald the Day of Judgment and the coming of the Messiah.

When the first day of Rosh Hashanah is on Shabbat, the shofar is sounded only on the second day.

The event will be dedicated to celebrating the Hanukka and Christmas holidays.

November 9-17, 2016 - Call for applications at RCI Tel Aviv November 18 - The selection of the works - it will be made by RCI Tel Aviv and Israeli artist of Romanian origin Livia Kessler, member of the Artistic Association Tseva Bateva December 19, 2016 - January 13, 2017 - The exhibition "In the children's world" at RCI Tel Aviv Unlike the other holidays, which have one holy day on which businesses are closed, Rosh Hashanah is a two-day holiday, and businesses are closed on both days.