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Biblical Date Candy for Everyone!

The Bible Lands Museum in Jerusalem shares a 3,600 year old recipe. So what was the favorite dried fruit snack of the Jewish people thousands of years ago? Whereas Tu B’Shevat is a modern holiday, which has only been celebrated for the past 130 years, dried fruit snacks have been around for some time: Scholars […]

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Stained Glass Window at the NLI

The stained glass window (vitrail) dedicated to Isaiah’s vision of eternal peace was created by Ardon 1982-1984. It was designed as a triptych beginning on the left and ending on the right. It can be visited at the National Library of Israel in Jerusalem and is located in the foyer of the Judaica reading room. […]

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Chagall Windows

The Chagall Windows at the synagogue of the Hebrew University’s Hadassa Medical Center are probably one of the attractions you don’t want to miss when visiting Jerusalem.  The twelve stained glass windows represent the twelve tribes of Israel. His artwork was inspired by Genesis 49 (Jacob’s Blessing) and by the Midrash. Reuben  ראובן – Simeon  שמעון – Levi  לוי – Judah […]

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Speak the language of the Hebrew Man!!!

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Google Exodus – Passover Movie

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Hebrew Name Necklace

Your Name in Hebrew Carved in Genuine Sterling Silver What a great idea, a true Classic. Everyone loves their name – especially in Sterling Silver. Each Name Necklace is made to order and is carved from solid Silver. Just a pleasure to wear, goes with everything, some never take it off. Solid, smooth, made to […]

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Hebrew Alphabet Sign Language

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Ushpizin – Hebrew Movie with English Subs

In Jerusalem’s orthodox neighborhood, it’s Succoth, seven days celebrating life’s essentials in a Sukka, a temporary booth of both deprivation and hospitality. A devout couple, Moshe and Mali, married nearly five years and childless, are broke and praying for a miracle. Suddenly, miracles abound: a friend finds Moshe a Sukka he says is abandoned, Moshe is […]

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Scripture Cake

Also called “Old Testament Cake” or “Bible Cake”. There are a couple of recipes available that don’t give you the ingredients straight away. You will need to open your bible and look for them there. For example, a recipe calls for things like “three and a half cups of …″ and “two cups of ….” Each of those […]

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