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White House highlights nation’s dedication to character-building education
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A Caribbean rabbi’s detour leads to unlikely Jewish connections in Guyana
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On the night of Passover, the Ari taught, you must enter your home for the Seder with great joy.

On this night, all the portals of heaven are opened. On this night, G‑d pours down His deepest love upon every Jew. On this night, we were liberated at midnight.

On this night, expect wonder.

Passover (Pesach)
Check your pet food to ensure it has no chametz ingredients. Video
Learn how Sam Salz uses every opportunity to share Jewish pride and observance and make every moment meaningful and special.
Passover (Pesach)
The Hagagadah is alive, and nothing that’s alive can be made to fit into neat parcels.
Parshah (Weekly Torah)
Life Lessons From the Parshah - Metzora
Jewish News
Unity takes center stage in N.J. for a weekend of cultural and spiritual rejuvenation
A story from the newly reworked classic, "To Know and To Care"
Passover (Pesach)
Learn about the last food we consume on Seder night.
Jewish News
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Conventional education is about feeding information and skills. Chinuch means much more.
Passover (Pesach)
The timeless guide to Seder night; how well do you know the Haggadah?
Hebrew Word of the Week
A Tree of Life
Jewish News
Chabad-led #SeatAtTheSeder campaign brings hostages’ plight to thousands of Passover tables
Light attracts. Where a lantern is placed, those who seek light gather around.
– Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Schneersohn of Lubavitch (1880-1950)
War of Egyptian Firstborn (1313 BCE)
On the Shabbat before the Exodus--Nissan 10th on that year--the first-born of Egypt, who occupied the... Read More »
King Hezekiah Falls Ill (548 BCE)
On this day, King Hezekiah, the greatest of all the Judeaen kings, fell seriously ill, and was informe... Read More »
Ezra and Followers Depart Babylon (348 BCE)
A year following the building of the second Temple in Jerusalem (see Jewish History for the 3rd of Ada... Read More »
In today's "Nasi" reading (see "Nasi of the Day" in Nissan 1), we read of the gift bought by the nasi... Read More »
The Shabbat before Passover is termed Shabbat HaGadol ("The Great Shabbat") in commemoration of the "g... Read More »
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