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The sorrow that flooded France was not about one wounded structure, but about a nation’s lost soul.
The holiest day in Judaism.
The single fruit is green and about the size of a large plum, and therefore far smaller than the fruit grown in Israel, Morocco and Italy for export during the holiday.
By AARON KATSMAN
28% of Israel's gas stations are located in big cities.
By YAIR ASSAF-SHAPIRA
Organizing before you clean for Passover will make the cleaning process much easier.
By MIRIAM GOLD
“Where there is life, there is hope for new strength”
By DAVID GEFFEN
The very act of blessing is like a tree whose saplings give more and more fruit and shade. The more blessing we bring into the world, the more blessed the world will be.
By RABBI ARI KAHN
The tomb of a 2nd-century Jewish age turned into a massive celebration for the traditional Meron pilgrimage on Lag Ba'omer.
By BEN BRESKY
See Shabbat times for your area.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
On the occasion of the State of Israel's 71st Independence Day, the 'Or Movement,' that brings the Negev and Galilee to their full inherent potential, brings you a fun quiz about the country.
Roots and Rituals provides a fascinating window into the origins of Hebrew words, practices and customs. The diversity of different topics makes it the type of book that one can read at any time.
By ALAN ROSENBAUM
During this period of the year, we have a way of measuring each day. In Jewish tradition, it is called Sefirat Ha’omer, the Counting of the Omer.
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