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Kids animation study for Hebrew Alphabet (excellent video introducing the Hebrew alphabet, its letters and their sounds)(8 minutes, 8 seconds) Hebrew Alphabet (Judaism 101) Hebrew
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ThoughtCo: What is Shavuot? Aish haTorah: Shavuot (links to assorted articles) Aish haTorah: Crash Course in Shavuout – ABCs of Shavuot Aish haTorah: The Book of
Geography and Maps Israel Meterological Service: Climate Information Posters & Photos from Israel Note: fees apply if images are downloaded Jewish National Fund – has
Aish haTorah: Passover (index of Pesach-related pages on Aish haTorah) The Art of Leading an Amazing Seder Games & Tips for the Seder The ABCs of Passover (about
A street called Old Jewry in London’s famous Square Mile is all that remains of the Jews who lived there from 1066 until their expulsion
No group has succeeded so dramatically in drawing lapsed or alienated Jews back into the orthodox fold as the Lubavitch Chassidim. Today the Lubavitch are
BJE High School LUnch Clubs are an opportunity for teens to meet and form Jewish friendships within their school environment. At lunch club the atmosphere
The six-pointed star known as the Star of David (magen david) is actually a relatively new Jewish symbol, closely associated with the establishment of the
Moses Maimonides is the English name for Moshe ben Maimon (‘Moses, son of Maimon’). In Hebrew he is called by the name Rambam (pronounced rum-bum)