Jews have nothing to do with. There are certainly Liberal Jews in the USA who celebrate Thanksgiving, but it is not a Jewish holiday or a Jewish-inspired holiday.
Orthodox Jews often do not celebrate Thanksgiving because they see it as a sign of assimilation. Liberal and Secular Jews do not have this issue and usually do celebrate Thanksgiving (if they are American).
Like anyone else... Last time I checked Thanksgiving is no longer a religious holiday
Thanksgiving is an American/Canadian holiday. Because it is a civil holiday, some Jewish people celebrate it pretty much as all North American do. There is no commandment NOT to celebrate a civil holiday, and like all people, Jewish folk love to throw a party. Yes, there is Thanksgiving to God, and the meals are kosher. Freedom is worth celebrating. While the vast majority of American Jews celebrate Thanksgiving, few Canadian Jews do. By contrast, nearly all American Jews - even many Orthodox Jews - celebrate American Thanksgiving. There are several reasons for this: 1) Canadian Thanksgiving falls in early October it is often overshadowed by Jewish holidays like Rosh Hashana, Yom Kippur, or Sukkot (the latter being a sort of Jewish Thanksgiving anyway). While there is no prohibition on celebrating Thanksgiving, due to timing and other cultural factors, few Canadian Jews celebrate the holiday. 2) Canadian Jews as a whole are less assimilated than American Jews. They also tend to have been later arrivals (on average, families of American Jews have been in North America about 30 years longer than the families of Canadian Jews). 3) Canadian Thanksgiving is a smaller holiday in general, more recently created, and without the same cultural status in Canada that American Thanksgiving has in the US.
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Most American and Canadian Jews celebrate both of those holidays.
Most Jews celebrate Thanksgiving in North America, since it is not a Christian holiday.Answer:Many Orthodox Jews do not celebrate the American holiday of Thanksgiving since it has Christian roots as well as secular roots. Besides, we have our own harvest festivals, which are part of the Torah.
Thanksgiving is the proper adjective for Thanksgiving, as in "Thanksgiving turkey" and "Thanksgiving parade."
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The day after thanksgiving is THE DAY AFTER THANKSGIVING!
No. No one is forced to do anything. Hanukkah is celebrated voluntarily because it's a joyful festival and a religious occasion of thanksgiving to God.
Thanksgiving is were some people get together with there family and have a feast.
They are closed on thanksgiving, but you can order a thanksgiving meal the day before thanksgiving from them.
Russia does not have a Thanksgiving celebration like American Thanksgiving.
Thanksgiving in Liberia resembles Thanksgiving in America. However, Liberians celebrate Thanksgiving on the first Thursday in November, while Americans celebrate Thanksgiving on the fourth Thursday.
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Australia does not celebrate Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving is not relevant to Austalian history.
Thanksgiving is not celebrated in Australia, but it is pronounced exactly as it looks - "thanksgiving".
They don't celebrate Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving is an American holiday.
The first actual thanksgiving was called the "First Thanksgiving". :-]
Thanksgiving public high school break is the Wednesday preceding Thanksgiving, Thanksgiving day, and the Friday, Saturday, and Sunday the follows. Thanksgiving public high school break is the Wednesday preceding Thanksgiving, Thanksgiving day, and the Friday, Saturday, and Sunday the follows.
There is no Dutch translation for the word Thanksgiving, because it's not celebrated in the Netherlands. So you just say 'Thanksgiving'.
Anytime you are referring to the holiday or the tradition, Thanksgiving and Thanksgiving Day are always capitalized. Examples: Will you be working the Thanksgiving Day holiday? I bought a Thanksgiving floral arrangement for my mother. There are a few instances when the word thanksgiving is not capitalized. If the use does not refer to the holiday or the Thanksgiving tradition, it is not capitalized. For example: Will you please offer a prayer of thanksgiving?
The holiday Thanksgiving should be capitalized:We had a huge turkey at our Thanksgiving dinner with our family.If you are using the term 'thanksgiving' in general, it wouldn't be capitalized:I had offered my help to her to show my thanksgiving for the help she gave me.Yes Thanksgiving should be capital because it is a proper noun not a common. ( Thanksgiving is a name)
They call it Thanksgiving.
The newcomers started thanksgiving.