By Michelle Divon
For 9/11 Families, A Bittersweet Anniversary Falls On Rosh Hashanah
This year, 9/11 falls on the last day of Rosh Hashanah). Jews all over the world will gather around the table to welcome the holiday by dipping apples in honey, a custom that symbolizes the wish for a sweet year. The holiday, also called “the world’s birthday,” is a time of reflection, renewal, and rebirth….
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