Yom Kippur is not a person or a country, it is a holiday. The Egyptians chose to invade Israel on Yom Kippur because of its solemnity. They expected the Israelis to be unprepared on Yom Kippur, which was indeed the… Full Answer
First, we want to make sure that you don't think that Yom Kippur is a month. Yom Kippur is a single day, in the Hebrew month of Tishrei. Elul (אלול) is the month preceding Tishrei and all the days in… Full Answer
Yom Kippur is not a commemoration of an event. It is a day of fasting, reflection, and prayer for forgiveness for the sins of the past year. The Torah set the date for Yom Kippur on the tenth of Tishrei… Full Answer
Yom Kippur is a holiday. It was not "at war" with anyone. Egyptians invaded Israel on the day of Yom Kippur in an attempt to regain the lands that they had embarrassingly lost to Israel in the Six-Day War.