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Tisha B'Av -- The Day of Sadness

Tisha B’Av, the Jewish holiday that falls on July 26 this year, marks when the two Temples in Jerusalem were destroyed, and when suffering and other evil acts have occurred to Jews throughout history. Watch as Rabbi Eckstein explains that through our suffering and sadness, we can become stronger.

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