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November 8 2011 Judaism Newsletter

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How Is A Traditional Shabbat Observed
When most people think of Shabbat, they tend to think of Shabbat’s many prohibitions. In our modern society when such activities are so commonplace, the question arises, why observe these prohibitions and what, exactly, do you do on Shabbat if you can’t cook for example, or use the computer?


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