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THE LAST KOL NIDREY by Rabbi Baruch Cohon

THE LAST KOL NIDREY by Rabbi Baruch Cohon This year, as every year, Jews all over the world will gather on Yom Kippur Eve for a type of religious experience that is unique.¬† Not just unique in Judaism but unique … Continue reading

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NULL AND VOID – Kol Nidrey blog by Rabbi Baruch Cohon

NULL AND VOID — Kol Nidrey blog by Rabbi Baruch Cohon Recently I heard someone refer to “Kol Nidrey,” the famous chant that opens the evening service of Yom Kippur, as “the most moving Jewish prayer of all.” ¬†Actually, Kol … Continue reading

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