Inclined to seek God with humility? Thousands have come to Israel to do this very thing on Yom Kippur 5777 - a.k.a. 2016. Via live webcams, you too can join worshippers with repentant hearts.
What does it look like when an entire country honors a day to seek God in humble penitence - including its non-religious citizens? Israel is about to do this very thing. This is a glimpse of a singular culture's Day of Repentance.
Last Sunday's shooting spree in Jerusalem is notably different than terror attacks that have plagued the capital for the last year. According to DEBKAfile, Israeli authorities have information of more attacks being planned during the remainder of Israel's High Holy Days.
As Yom Kippur approaches, the Western Wall of the Temple Mount in Jerusalem's Old City becomes the nation's epicenter. Thousands come to offer of Selichot (penitential) prayers.