Hot to Tell When the Sun Has Set

In Orthodox Judaism ceremony, it is officially sundown when you cannot tell the difference between a black thread and a white thread, the official colors of Israel and Judaism

8 thoughts on “Hot to Tell When the Sun Has Set”

  1. Incorrect – Being an Israeli myself, I would know that the flag of Israel is blue and white, NOT black and white. The only times that Jews traditionally wear black and white in Israel are on Yom Hazikaron, Israel’s Memorial Day, and Yom Hashoa, the Holocaust Remembrance Day.

  2. hahaha! – The jewish princess speaks! Yeah! Holocaust Memorial Day can you let me know when that day is. I’ll light my ovens in rememberance!

  3. Is this where we talk about the time of day? – I think it’s sundown when the sun goes down. right?

  4. For Panzer – I may be assuming far too much, but I am guessing you are of the Christian faith? Odd then that you feel so comfortable insulting someone of the same faith as Jesus Christ. Condemning someone of the Jewish faith puts you level with Pontious Pilate. I hope you are ok with that.

  5. Right Fact, Wrong Religion – Actually, the black thread/white thread thing is in Islam, not Judaism. It is used to determine day and night during the month of Ramadan when they fast during daylight hours and feast during the night.

  6. i agree with jprg1964 – yeah, its sundown when u see three stars in the sky. i know this because that is when i am allowed to eat again on yom kippur. also, to panzer, at the risk of sounding as pathetic as you, i think you’re an ignorant, biased, little bastard. you DO know christianity stems from judaism dont you? and i guess you’re going against Jesus’ beliefs too. Or maybe you don’t know he was Jewish.

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