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Passover Marks The Beginning of Western Civilization

Don Feder(FrontPage Magazine) Passover begins at sundown Saturday evening, March 27. You think you know the story. Perhaps. But, after more than 70 years, I barely...

As Covid Recedes, Passover Ushers in Season of Hope

By Dovid Margolin and Karen Schwartz(Chabad.org) Passover descended last year upon a world under lockdown. For the first time in memory, individuals and families were forced to...

Safety and Health Tips for Pesach From United Hatzalah

As Pesach is just around the corner, and pre-Pesach cleaning in full swing, United Hatzalah is taking the opportunity to issue public health and...

A Pesach Greeting

A Pesach Greeting From Phyllis Chesler Year after year, we are always surprised/not at all surprised to find ourselves back in Egypt, slaves again. Why can’t...

New Chabad.org Haggadah an Inspiring Guide for Contemporary Seders

An ambitious project for Seder leaders and participants alike By: Menachem Posner & Mordechai Lightstone Why is this Haggadah different from all other Haggadahs? The Passover Haggadah...

Mizrahi and Sephardic Passover Resources During Covid-19

ha-Layla hazeh: Sephardic Customs and Readings for the Pesah Seder. Sephardic Education Center Online Sephardic Passover Agada: Hebrew, Ladino & English. Seattle Vaad Passover Guide, 2020 How...

Paula Shoyer’s Gift This Passover: ‘Instant Pot Kosher Cookbook’

By: Marshall Weiss   Just in time for Passover, kosher cooking maven/author Paula Shoyer’s Instant Pot Kosher Cookbook is now in print from Sterling Epicure.   With 46 kosher-for-Passover recipes...

How to Celebrate Purim @ Home: 10 Tips

By Menachem Posner Purim 2021 marks a full year on the Jewish calendar since the covid lockdowns began in the West, and life as we know it...

Fake Faces – Wearing Masks on Purim

By: Reuven Chaim Klein Long before the novel coronavirus made masks a fashionable part of respectable wardrobe, the custom developed to wear masks on the...

Shiloh Mosaic Exclusive Edition ’16

73% Cabernet Sauvignon, 21% Syrah, 6% Cabernet Franc…. Shiloh’s exclusive Mosaic is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity kosher wine. The Shiloh Exclusive Edition Mosaic blend offers...

A Tour of the Burial Place of Mordechai and Esther at Hamadan in Iran

A French Jew takes us on a tour of the ancient tomb of the biblical Queen Esther and her uncle Mordechai. Both Esther and...

Purim on a Friday, Right Before Shabbat? What to Do?

By Rabbi Ari Enkin, Rabbinic Director, United with Israel This year we find ourselves observing Purim on a Friday, and as such, there is much...

Light of Historic Justice’: US NSC Team Lights Candles at Western Wall

(TPS) The delegation of the United States National Security Council (NSC) visiting Israel attended a special candle-lighting ceremony on Sunday evening in the Kotel...

Car-Menorah Parades: The Latest Covid-Safe Chanukah Experience

By Menachem Posner(Chabad.org)Like so many people around the world, Michele Gordon of Greensboro, N.C., has not been out much since the start of the coronavirus...

13 Tips for an Amazing Hanukkah at Home

By Menachem Posner Hanukkah, the festival of lights, traditionally celebrated in the cozy company of dear family and close friends. Hanukkah, when we gather ‘round the menorah and share...

11 ways to enjoy Hanukkah, even during Covid-19

(Isreal21c)Having pretty much ruined both Passover and the High Holidays season here in Israel, Covid-19 now has its sights set on Hanukkah, the usually...

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