Moroccan Jews (and the Jews of Western Algeria in the areas adjacent to Morocco) to this day begin the Passover Seder with a short text in Judeo-Arabic at the center of which is the figure of Moses…
This long-forgotten Passover custom was dealt a bitter blow by a sharp wife in a 15th century Haggadah…
In 2012, artist Maty Grünberg decided to revisit his 1984 work, The Bezalel Haggadah – ranked among the finest modern illustrated Haggadot. The resulting volume, The Sister of the Bezalel Haggadah, reveals the artist’s creative process, from concept to final print.
Four glasses of wine is a lot, are we really that surprised?
Parents have probably been singing songs to their children since the dawn of history, but “Chad Gadya” – composed specifically to help children stay awake until the very end of the Passover Seder – may be the first song ever printed specially for children
Shmuel Blasz was murdered at Auschwitz, but the original melody he wrote for the beloved Passover song lives on
The trials and tests of Abraham the Patriarch have been explored time and again in Western art and literature
The soldiers who participated in Operation Matzo were probably grateful both for the welcoming service and for the food that reminded them of home.
Chayem Benzion Kassier wrote letter after letter pleading for financial help so he could properly celebrate the holiday of Passover and feed his starving family and other needy members of the community.
In 1882, the young Prince George, later King George V, joined his brother on a tour around the world, recording his impressions of the locations he visited – including the Holy Land.