The Art of Saying Todah

We frequently lack a sense of gratitude because we lack a proper sense of perspective.

Part the Red Sea and pass the matzah: Passover on screen

A guide to some depictions of Passover on the big and small screen

Pesach concert online
Coronavirus Passover concerts expecting big crowds - online

The intermediate days of Passover are usually some of the most fun-filled times of the year in Israel, but this year, the music is online.

Israel Philharmonic Orchestra
Israel Philharmonic Orchestra shares Passover coronavirus medley

Each of the 20 musicians featured in the video submitted self-recordings of their sections to compose the final medley.

Bat Galim Shaer
Coronavirus isn’t the only threat dividing Jews: Here’s a way we can unite

“Worldwide” doesn’t seem so wide anymore as we have entered a state of isolation.

priestly blessing
'Limited' Priestly blessing at Western Wall to be broadcast online

In most years, tens of thousands of Jews crowd the Western Wall Plaza to receive the priestly blessings.

A peek behind the curtain

With the spread of coronavirus inducing worldwide panic, the public is starved for information more than ever; ‘Post’ editors reveal how they’re providing this essential service.

A still from the film showing Moses leading his people out of Egypt.
The need for another timeless tale

The 1998 animated film the Prince of Egypt tells the story of the Children of Israel’s leap of faith as they escaped bondage.

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