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"I ask you to continue to pray for me. Chag sameach."
“In '45, Seder took place in a later-day ‘Egypt.’ We were a group of Jewish men who came from another ‘Promised Land’ – America. We were pursing the armies of the latest, most malevolent ‘Pharaoh.'
In an interview with the Magazine, she described her unusual and often painful journey, one that combined determination and fearlessness in the face of nearly insurmountable odds.
Levenstein, Lior, Shapira and Smotrich have all been known to be disparaging of the LGBT community.
By TZVI JOFFRE
That’s when I woke up.
By LES SAIDEL
While we always have an obligation to give, on Pesach it gets amped up.
By AARON KATSMAN
On rare occasions, war spoils were used for good
By SHLOMO BRODY
The road from idolatrous paganism to monotheistic faith had to be winding, because it is essential for us to understand that the Jewish faith is not only about logic and profound rationality.
By SHMUEL RABINOWITZ
Flowers are blooming and streams are gushing with cold water, making this the ultimate hiking season in the Land of Israel. Attractions and nature parks are organizing fun activities for Passover.
By MEITAL SHARABI
Many of us have wonderful memories of baking for Passover with our parents or grandparents – and tasting a warm cookie that has just come out of the oven is like nothing else in the world.
By PASCALE PEREZ-RUBIN
On Passover eve, it’s a common phenomenon at Seders throughout the world, beginning with the “Symbols of the Seder,” until “Had Gadya” for participants to sing joyfully.
By FERN ALLEN
Quit loafing around - Get out there and enjoy yourself this Passover with this definitive guide to holiday activities.
By JOANNA SHEBSON
During the vehicle inspection, the meat was found to have been transported without cooling and general sanitary conditions.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
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