Jewish tradition '9 Days of Mourning' begins

During the nine days, observant Jews refrain from

During the nine days, observant Jews refrain from eating meat to mourn the destruction of the temple in Israel. (July 28, 2014 10:26 PM)

The Jewish tradition of "Nine Days of Mourning" began Monday night.

During the nine days, observant Jews refrain from eating meat to mourn the destruction of the temple in Israel. Instead, they only consume fish and dairy.

This year, Masbia, a network of kosher soup kitchens in New York City, says it received its largest fish donation to date. Dagim Market gave them 3,000 portions of...

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