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Learn about the last food we consume on Seder night.
The timeless guide to Seder night; how well do you know the Haggadah?
The Hagagadah is alive, and nothing that’s alive can be made to fit into neat parcels of sensible data. But there's some leads.
Check your pet food to ensure it has no chametz ingredients.
When your Passover table is filled with boisterous youngsters, the evening may feel longer than those infamous years of slavery in Egypt. Here is a guide of creative ideas for the frazzled parent seeking to inspire every kind of child...
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Daily Thought
Pharaoh’s advisers tried hard to explain away all the plagues. Even when the Red Sea split, allowed the Jews free passage, and drowned their enemies, there were those who ascribed the entire event to natural causes. Such is human nature, to reflexively seek out a natural explanation for every event. But a Jew, quite the opposite, ponders a natural occurrence and sees a miracle. Because a Jew has an innate inner conviction that there is nothing else...