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The three puppeteers are masters of their craft and keep the audience chuckling and giggling while Moses confronts God, flirts, natters on.
There are very important truths which can be drawn from the two times when Moses spared his people from the destructive wrath of the Lord.
The current season between Passover and Shavuot, or Pentecost, is a time to reflect on the mighty deliverance of the Israelites from Egypt and their journey to Sinai to receive the law.
Females played a central role in the story of the exodus from Egypt, so why are most of the heroes of the haggada male?
By ALIZA SHENHAR
Secular Jews who received even a quasi-Jewish education have kept some sort of faith-based identity.
By EZRA FRIEDLANDER
"But the midwives feared God and they did not do as the king of Egypt spoke to them, and they allowed the male babies to remain alive." (Exodus 1:17)
By SHLOMO RISKIN
"Perhaps we are forgetting the complexities involved in a Divine-human encounter, which is based on the improbable idea that the finite and the infinite can communicate."
By SHUBERT SPERO
Left MKs should know that Hassan Rohani may be considered a moderate by them, the wishful democracies, but the true leader is Khamenei.
By JERUSALEM POST READERS
Resentment, rage and the desire to lash out at others no longer threatening us make us slaves to the past.
By EUGENE KORN
This summer, more than 1,000 young adults will be bringing Israel to Jewish summer camps.
By JOSHUA A. BERKMAN
Because Moses himself likely stuttered, the story of Moses may hold a key to the origins of stuttering.
By SAMUEL DAVIDKIN
Jew or non-Jew, make your own exodus to freedom – but don’t wait for Moses to save you.
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD
Gafni’s call to avoid military service has no basis in Jewish law or tradition, or in basic human ethics.
By HAIM AMSALEM
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