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September 17, 1982 - Image 70

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-09-17

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70 Friday, September 17, 1982

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Rosh Hashana Custom of Shofar Blowing Is Described

Furthermore, those prevent them from stay- different intervals is a perience, Satan might mis- r l
just once.
It seems, according to government authorities ing in the synagogue for means of confusing Satan take the second set of shofar I
The shofar is blown at a some sources, that the who came to the the second morning serv- who seeks to prosecute hu- notes as an announcement
mans on the days of judg- of the coming of the Messiah
number of intervals during shofar was originally blown synagogue to see ice (Musaf).
Mystical sources tend to ment. While the first set of — an event which is
the morning services on at the first morning service whether the Jews were
Rosh Hashana instead of (i.e. Shacharit). It was later obeying the prohibition claim that having the shofar blowings might be scheduled to bring his pow-
shifted to a subsequent part came in the early morn- shofar notes blown at two considered a liturgical ex- ers to an end.
of the synagogue liturgy, ing hours and left before
especially the second serv- the second service began.
ice of the Rosh Hashana Then, another time of
morning liturgy (i.e. shofar blowing was insti-
tuted, between the first
Musaf).
One of the reasons given and second services,
OF
for this switch in time is a after the reading of the
matter of historical inci- Torah had been com-
dents in the course of which pleted. Some claim this
non-Jews mistook the blasts was done for the sake of
of the shofar to be a sum- those whose health might
mons to battle and thus sus-
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