The baking of a key inside a bread is a non-Jewish custom which has its foundation in Christian, and possibly even earlier, pagan culture.
Moroccan Jews (and friends) celebrate Mimouna - the colorful Pesach after-party where chametz (leavened bread) is cooked and eaten alongside other Moroccan pastries and...
There is a whole other transcendental level of delight, enchantment, and reverence that applies to collectors of Judaica documents.
Polls show 2/3 of Israeli support sergeant Elor Azaria; interestingly enough, another poll showed 2/3 of Jews do not eat chametz on Pesach. Coincidence?
Tens of thousands of Jews streamed into Hebron to celebrate the city's annual Passover festival.
What does Chad Gadya – a song worthy of Dr. Seuss- about goats, cats, dogs, sticks and butchers – have to do with the leil shimurim, the night of geulah and redemption?
Police found hundreds of Trump Vodka bottles with forged Passover-friendly stickers on them.
What shall we be free of this Pesach? It is the holiday of Freedom, isn’t it?
If you’re anything like me, just thinking about Pesach is enough to send shivers down your spine.
Tel Aviv is getting ready to curb biking on the city's sidewalks, and penalize those who break the law.
However, if one did not recline during three or four of the cups we would require him to drink them again and recline.
Chef Yochanan Lambiase will guide you through three scrumptious Passover recipes and then unveil THE Passover recipe that you DON'T want to miss!
A collection of thousands of Passover haggadahs displayed in Jerusalem spans centuries and cities around the globe.
The Hagada includes many traditional Passover songs in Ladino, and follows the tradition of the Portuguese Amsterdam Hagadot, and was edited and produced by members of the Recife Sephardic Association.
It's never too early to start making the Matzah.
Young Chareidi men in Bnei Brak work the mills that grind the flour that will be...
From North to South, Israelis take advantage of the Pesach holiday vacation to tour and experience our beautiful country.
Birkat Cohanim, the Priestly Blessing, was held on Monday at the Kotel.
American, British and Israeli guests at the Kinar hotel got to hear an amazing concert on Sunday evening by Achim Gat
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