Mizrach in Hebrew מזרח during all the Jewish tradition it's very famous
Mizrach (Hebrew: (מזרח in English is east direction that Jews in the Diaspora face during prayer. Jewish law prescribes that Jews face the site of the Temple in Jerusalem during prayer.
The word Mizrach also refers to the wall of the Synagogue that faces east, where seats are reserved for the rabbi and other dignitaries. In addition, "Mizrach" refers to an ornamental wall plaque used to indicate the direction of prayer in Jewish homes
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