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One Seder during WWII – and one right after – left an indelible mark on the renowned educator and activist
The celebrated author and her family prepare a vast interactive performance…
“…we felt it would have been strange to hold a Seder in Egypt”
Mid-15th century Iberian megillah now at the National Library of Israel in Jerusalem and online
Gabriel, the archangel in charge of Heaven’s heavy lifting
Land of Israel
“If God gave me the power to build a collection with little money, who am I to sell it?”
In his own words, what does a new library for the Jewish world in Jerusalem mean?
When cholera ran rampant, saving lives superseded all else
“Guide me in your truth and fulfill me from its delights”
How does one drown out the name of the most hated, evil man in the Megillah? By making good use of a Christian folk tradition of course!
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