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The month of Av brings with it forgiveness similar to the experience of Yom Kippur.
The sole remnant of the ancient Temple plays a role in observing festivals in modern times.
There are some unique aspects to communal worship during Tisha B'Av.
How the kosher practice of waiting between meat and dairy reminds us of Moses' discomfort with violence.
The mourning associated with Tisha B'Av is also a call to action.
For Tisha B'Av, a look at the common explanation for the Temple's demise.
You can learn history, but how does one acquire memory?
Eicha, the Book of Lamentations, asks important questions that address the theological crisis following the Jewish exile.
The liturgy for the 9th of Av includes Lamentations and special additional elegies.
On Tisha B'Av, re-enacting the sorrow felt by those who survived the destruction of the Temple
Got questions about Tisha B'Av? My Jewish Learning has answers.
In 2019, Tisha B'Av begins at sunset on August 10.