The American Human rights Council (AHRC) extends its best wishes for all who celebrate the Yom Kippur holiday from sundown on October 3 to nightfall on October 4, Yom Kippur is a major holiday in the Jewish calendar as it is celebrated and observed as the most happy day and occasion for people of Jewish faith. It’s a day of prayers and purity. It marked the end of the ten (10) Days of Awe of abstention, reflection, repentance, seeking forgiveness, and return that begins with Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year.
This year, it coincides with Eid Al Ad’ha that falls on Saturday, October 4, 2014 for the Muslim community to resemble the common bond of peace, love and human harmony. The American Human Rights Council executive board, board of directors and advisory board extend their best wishes to the Jewish Americans Community during such precious occasion hoping for lasting peace for all.