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PostPosted: Tue Jun 29, 2010 8:06 am    Post subject: Tisha B'Av * The 3 weeks, 21 days  Reply with quote




June  29, 2010   -   17 Tammuz, 5770    
The 17th of Tammuz is the beginning of 21 days of sorrow,
the fast days of 17 Tammuz and 9 Av
The time between them commemorates the tragic process of the destruction of the two Holy Temples in Jerusalem.
The 3 Weeks for the Hebrew year 5770 begins on June 29, 2010 and continues through July 20, the 9th of Av

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 19, 2010 4:28 am    Post subject: 9 Days of Mourning, the 3 weeks til Av 9 Reply with quote

9 Days of Mourning begins July  12, 2010  
July 20  will be  the  9th of Av in 2010
The 9 Days, the second stage of the 3 Weeks of gradually increasing mourning over the destruction of the Holy Temples and Israel's exile, began Monday, July 12, the first day of the traditionally mournful month of Av.

The ninth day of Av - Tisha B’Av - is the day on which both Holy Temples in Jerusalem were destroyed, roughly 2,000 and 2,500 years ago.
The first third of the month, therefore, is a time of heightened sorrow and avoidance of potentially harmful situations.
The Talmud teaches: “When the month of Adar begins, we increase joy, and when Av begins, we reduce joy.”

One must not enter into certain judicial proceedings during this period, if they can be avoided, nor may one make joyful preparations for new young couple or purchase items that bring joy.

In addition to the restrictions of the 3 Weeks, which include not marrying, partying or shaving/haircutting, the consumption of meat or wine is also forbidden during the 9 Days.
In addition, general Ashkenazi custom is not to wear freshly-laundered clothes, wash clothing, or shower in hot water during this period,
while Sephardim implement these restrictions only during the actual week in which Tisha B’Av falls.

Other Calamities

The Mishna states that Tisha B’Av is also the day on which the Children of Israel accepted the slanderous reports of the Twelve Scouts sent by Moses regarding the Land of Israel,
and on which Jerusalem was razed following Bar Kokhba's revolt against the Roman Empire.

Other calamities occurred on this day, as well, including the expulsion of English Jewry in 1290, the expulsion of Spanish Jewry in 1492, the outbreak of World War I in 1914,
the first deportation of Jews from the Warsaw Ghetto to the Treblinka death camp in 1942, and the end of legal Jewish residence in Gush Katif in 2005.

A group of leading religious-Zionist rabbis is planning to visit Jerusalem and the Temple Mount later today, in a show of solidarity and loyalty with the holy sites.
The traditional monthly “Temple Mount Gates March” is also scheduled to be held this evening, with the expected participation of thousands.
Lectures and historical tours are planned for the week, including Midreshet LIndenbaum's day of study on Sunday which includes a tour led by Rav Yakov Medan, Head of Har Etzion Yeshiva,
in memory of Midreshet graduate Tsurit Yaron, z"l.
http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/news.aspx/138546


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PostPosted: Tue Jul 20, 2010 5:45 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Tens of Thousands Mark Tisha B'Av at Western Wall
July  20, 2010     |     9  Av,  5770    

Tens of thousands of worshipers streamed on Monday evening and Tuesday to the Western Wall plaza,
the only remnant of the ancient Jewish Holy Temple, to mark Tisha B'Av - the date of the destruction of both the First and Second Temples in Jerusalem.  
Israel National News was there, and presents a special photo essay.  click link
http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/138685


Half the Public Wants to See Holy Temple Rebuilt
Half the Israeli public wants the Holy Temple (Beit HaMikdash) to be rebuilt. This is the main finding of a poll commissioned by the Knesset Television Channel and carried out by the Panels Institute.
The poll was taken in advance of this Tuesday’s national day of mourning, known as Tisha B’Av, on which the two Holy Temples in Jerusalem were destroyed, 2,000 and 2,500 years ago, respectively.

Forty nine percent said they want the rebuilding of the Holy Temple, while 23% said they do not. The remainder said they were unsure.
The public is about evenly split on whether they believe it will happen, with a slight edge – 42% to 39% – to those who believe the Third Holy Temple will be rebuilt.

Should the State of Israel take active steps towards the reconstruction?
48% said no, while 27% said yes.
The complete results of the poll will be broadcast on Channel 99, the Knesset channel, on Monday night at 9:30 P.M., right after the traditional evening prayers and mournful recitation of the Book of Lamentations in synagogues throughout the country.

Given the current political climate, the onset of construction of the Beit HaMikdash, and possibly even a poll on the subject, is not likely to go over quietly in the Islamic world, which currently has day-to-day control over the Temple Mount. A mere visit to the holy site in the year 2,000 by then-Opposition Leader Ariel Sharon is blamed by Arabs for having sparked the Oslo War, a terrorist onslaught that claimed nearly 1,000 Israeli lives in just over four years – although in truth, the war was planned by leading Palestinian Authority figures for months beforehand.
http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/138655


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PostPosted: Fri Jul 13, 2012 2:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

2010
The 3 weeks  *  Av 1 thru Av 9  *  Days of Mourning for Jews
July  12, 2010     |     1  Av,  5770  
9 Days of Mourning Begin on Av 1

The “Nine Days” – the second stage of the “Three Weeks” of gradually-increasing mourning over the destruction of the Holy Temples and Israel's exile –
begins today (Monday), the first day of the traditionally mournful month of Av.

The ninth day of Av - literally: Tisha B’Av - is the day on which both Holy Temples in Jerusalem were destroyed, roughly 2,000 and 2,500 years ago.
The first third of the month, therefore, is a time of heightened sorrow – and avoidance of potentially harmful situations.
The Talmud teaches: “When the month of Adar begins, we increase joy, and when Av begins, we reduce joy.”

One must not enter into certain judicial proceedings during this period, if they can be avoided, nor may one make joyful preparations for new young couple or purchase new items that bring joy.
In addition to the restrictions of the “Three Weeks,” which include not marrying, partying or shaving/haircutting, during the Nine Days the consumption of meat or wine is also forbidden.

In general, Ashkenazi custom is not to wear freshly-laundered clothes, to wash clothing, or to shower in hot water during this period,
while Sephardim implement these restrictions only during the actual week in which Tisha B’Av falls.

The Mishna states that Tisha B’Av is also the day on which the Children of Israel accepted the slanderous reports of the Twelve Scouts sent by Moses regarding the Land of Israel,
and on which Jerusalem was razed following Bar Kokhba's revolt against the Roman Empire.

Other calamities occurred on this day, as well, including the expulsion of English Jewry in 1290, the expulsion of Spanish Jewry in 1492,
the outbreak of World War I in 1914, and the end of legal Jewish residence in Gush Katif in 2005.

A group of leading religious-Zionist rabbis is planning to visit Jerusalem and the Temple Mount later today, in a show of solidarity and loyalty with the holy sites. The traditional monthly “Temple Mount Gates March” is also scheduled to be held this evening, with the expected participation of thousands. Lectures and historical tours are planned for the week, including Midreshet LIndenbaum's day of study on Sunday which includes a tour led by Rav Yakov Medan, Head of Har Etzion Yeshiva, in memory of Midreshet graduate Tsurit Yaron, z"l.
http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/news.aspx/138546


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PostPosted: Sun Jul 29, 2012 6:12 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

On 2012 Tisha B’Av Jerusalem is united but nation is divided, physically and spiritually.
July 29, 2012  Wailing, fasting and the wearing of ashes, alongside socializing, communing and catching up with old friends in a fun outdoor atmosphere. That is the dichotomy of Tisha B’Av in modern day Jerusalem. On the one hand a somber mood, but on the other hand, a paradoxical sense of joviality fills the warm summer night.

It makes sense that some level of happiness is in the air, because after all, we are bewailing the destruction of Jerusalem in a big, beautiful and built Jerusalem. This contrast is highlighted in the Jewish liturgy on the 9th of Av when we say the “Nachem” prayer referring to mournful, destroyed and desolate Jerusalem. However, we say that prayer in one of the hundreds of beautiful Synagogues in the city, or at the courtyard of Jerusalem’s city hall, or at the Western Wall with thousands of our fellow Jewish Israeli citizens who have travelled from other thriving Israeli cities on the paved roads of the Jewish state to pray for the future of Jerusalem.
http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-4261108,00.html

Police close Temple Mount to Jews on Tisha B'av
Closures a response to warnings about planned 'provocations' as Jews mark Tisha B'av, Muslims observe Ramadan.
http://www.jpost.com/NationalNews/Article.aspx?id=279271

Mutt Romney in Israel July 29, meets with Netanyahu, Peres and Fayyad.
Leaves for Poland Monday July 30.
http://www.jpost.com/USPresidentialrace/Article.aspx?id=279241

Netanyahu tells Romney sanctions have not moved Iran
http://www.jpost.com/DiplomacyAndPolitics/Article.aspx?id=279278


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PostPosted: Tue Jul 16, 2013 6:06 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

2013
Israel marks Tisha B'Av July 15-16, 2013
 
Thousands of people came to the Kotel to mark Tisha B'av, commemorating the destruction of the Holy Temples.
Thousands gather at Western Wall for annual fast
Thousands of Jews gather at Western Wall to mourn Tisha B*av
Jews fast to commemorate the destruction of the two temples.
On the eve of Tisha Be’av, thousands of Jews gathered at the Western Wall Monday night to mourn the destruction of the First and Second Temples, pray for the creation of a Third Temple, and express hope for peace.
Tisha Be’av (the ninth day of the month of Av in the Hebrew calendar) is considered the “saddest day in Jewish history.” Jews fast to commemorate the Temples’ destruction, which occurred on the same day, 655 years apart.
Several other significant tragedies also befell Jews on this day, including their expulsion from England and Spain in 1290 and 1492, respectively; Heinrich Himmler’s presentation of the “Final Solution” in 1940; and the Nazi


Jews in Israel and around the world mourn the destruction of Jerusalem and other calamities
At sunset on July 15, the start of the fast of the Ninth of Av, the city of Jerusalem mostly shut down to mourn the destruction of the first and second Jewish temples. Stores and entertainment venues closed, and the streets around the Old City were blocked off and hushed as Jerusalem Jews joined their brethren around the world and began the sunset-to-sunset fast.
The Western Wall on Monday night was alive, as thousands flocked to the Wailing Wall Plaza to recite the evening prayers and listen to the Book of Eicha, or Lamentations, which tells of the destruction of Jerusalem at the hands of the Babylonian Empire in the 6th century BCE.

Aside from marking the destruction of the temples, Tisha B’Av also marks other tragedies endured by the Jewish people said to have occurred on the same day, such as the expulsion edict from Spain in 1492 and the beginning of the liquidation of the Warsaw Ghetto in 1942.
http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/169952
http://www.jpost.com/Jewish-World...n-Wall-to-mourn-Tisha-Beav-319912
http://www.timesofisrael.com/thou...r-at-western-wall-for-annual-fast


Tisha B,Av and the First World War
Tisha B'Av marks many tragedies that befell the Jewish people.
According to tradition, the messiah is born on Tisha B’Av. It also stands to reason that the redemption of the Jews can only follow their exile.
On Tisha B'Av, the First and Second Jerusalem Temple was destroyed and Judean independence was lost to the Romans following the fall of the city of the city of Beitar, the last stronghold of the Bar Kochba revolt. As a result, the Jews were exiled from their homeland.

Many additional tragedies throughout history have marked the day of Tisha B’Av. One of the most ominous was Tisha B’Av-August 1, 1914. On that day Germany  declared war on Russia, transforming the European conflict between the Austro-Hungarian Empire and the Serbians backed by Russia, to a World War between opposing alliances.

The declaration of War on Tisha B’Av, 1914, brought the unthinkable to reality. Millions died on the fronts. Military casualties from new weapons technologies produced tools for killing en masse; improved artillery, poison gas canisters, tanks, airplanes for dropping bombs from the skies. Civilians caught in the fighting often faced persecution, expulsion, starvation and disease. Over one million Armenians were systematically massacred by the Ottoman Turks.

The twentieth century was a post enlightenment era where new ideologies viewed mankind as the arbiter of his actions, possessing a personal autonomy free of any controlling dogma. Yet, mans’ primal instincts endured, and his capacity for evil had not diminished despite the onset of modernity.

This storm that had swept over the world severely impacted the Jews who were caught in the middle. Young Jews stood on different sides of the lines in trenches facing enemies, some of whom were fellow Jews. Amid the chaos of war, Jews, despite these young men's service as soldiers, were targeted, suffering pogroms at the hands of Cossacks, and mass expulsions in Poland and Galitzia by the orders of Russian commanders. It is estimated that one million Jews either fled or were expelled from their homes to live in dire circumstances.
http://www.israelnationalnews.com/Articles/Article.aspx/13552


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2014
Tisha B'Av - the 9th of Av - is August 5th.
July 21, 2014  We are now in the 3 weeks.  



Israel-Hamas war 2014
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 08, 2015 6:25 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hebrew calendar 2015
http://antipas.net/heb_cal_2014-15.htm

9th of Av (mourning date) is July 25
9th of Av 2015  is  July 25-26


Tisha B’Av, also known as “The Ninth of Av,” is a fast day that commemorates the destruction of the two Jewish Temples. In remembrance of this event Jews fast on the 17th of Tammuz and observe a time of mourning during the three weeks leading up to Tisha B’Av.

The Three Weeks 2015  - July 4  through  July 26, 2015
Fast of the 17th of Tammuz - July 5, 2015
Fast of Tish'a B'Av - July 25 - 26, 2015
The “Three Weeks” and Tisha B’Av are designated as a time of mourning over the destruction of the Holy Temple and the galut (exile).


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2016  *  The 3 weeks
Tisha B'Av - the 9th of Av - is August 14th.
Israeli National Day of Sorrow


A solemn day for all of Israel from sundown, Saturday ,August 13, 2016 till sundown the 14th of August.  It is called Tish B’Av (the ninth of the month of Av) in the Jewish calendar. The day is marked by fasting, mourning and solemn prayers by pious Jews around the world, in commemoration of both the Babylonian destruction of the Temple, in 586 BC, and the Roman destruction of the Temple on the same calendar day in 70 AD.  There have been many other bad occurrences which concern the Jewish people on this same calendar day through history.
http://billrandles.wordpress.com/...av-israels-national-day-of-sorrow
http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-religion/3459122/posts


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