Yom Kippur starts at sundown October 12th, a day we normally light memorial candles for those we loved and lost. In every jewish home it would also be nice to to see a Yahrzeit candle burning for all those people who died in the terrorist attacks of September 11th in the United States a date that will not soon be forgotten. And sadly, for the almost daily news reports we hear about from terrorist attacks in Israel. If you light a candle already, light another one. If you don't light a candle every year, light one this year. It would be a way for Jews everywhere in the world to make a statement of sympathy, condolence and solidarity.
Reader and Mourners
Yisgadal v'yiskadash sh'me rabbo, b