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Israel likes a party but is torn about New Year’s

A man walks past a shop selling decorations ahead of New Years Eve in Tel Aviv, Israel Dec, 30. In Israel, the somber, soul-searching and autumnal new year of the lunar Jewish calendar overshadows the Gregorian’s Jan. 1.

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A man walks past a shop selling decorations ahead of New Years Eve in Tel Aviv, Israel Dec, 30. In Israel, the somber, soul-searching and autumnal new year of the lunar Jewish calendar overshadows the Gregorian’s Jan. 1.



JERUSALEM — Happy New Year? Not so fast, if you’re in Israel, where the somber, soul-searching and autumnal new year of the lunar Jewish calendar overshadows the Gregorian’s Jan...

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