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President Vladimir Putin has congratulated Russia's Jews on Rosh Ha'Shana (Jewish New Year),
"Entire Russia is living through a difficult and tragic time now. We are grieving over the losses caused by the monstrous terrorist attacks perpetrated in our country. I am positive Russian nationals must display unity, solidarity, civilian responsibility and, undoubtedly, common humanistic values which people of different ethnic origins and religious beliefs have traditionally upheld," the president said in his congratulatory message. Jewish computation has been conducted since creation. Therefore Rosh Ha'Shana is considered to be the start of a new cycle in world history. On the first night of the holiday after candles have been lit, synagogues hold holiday services. Rosh Ha'Shana is a merry holiday. Sweets and fruits, above all garnets, are served on Rosh Ha'Shana so that the new year was sweet and successful. Garnets, like other dishes on the festive table, have a symbolic meaning. The Jews say - "When we eat garnets we want our nation to be as numerous and united as kernels in this wonderful fruit."
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