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Passover (Pesach)
See what you know about the afikoman.
Passover (Pesach)
The Hagagadah is alive, and nothing that’s alive can be made to fit into neat parcels.

The Exodus began at midnight.

We departed at midday.

To tell you that even at your darkest hour, you have the power to shatter your chains.

And even at your brightest moment, you must say, “From this, too, I must break free.”

11 Nisan, 5744.

Passover (Pesach)
Check your pet food to ensure it has no chametz ingredients.
Chabad.org Video
Watch the Rebbe’s call to find the “fifth child,” the one who is not yet even at the Seder Table. This is the time to invite him or her to celebrate the freedom of our People.
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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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After trial period in Tel Aviv, Super HaTzinor opens its doors permanently to serve a diverse community
Passover (Pesach)
Passover 2024 will be celebrated from April 22-30
Passover (Pesach)
There’s a strategy for handling crazy challenges like this. It’s called flying higher. Even if you’re a guest, your upbeat mood and friendliness can reset the scene.
Talmud
A Case Study of How Rabbinic Theorists Adjudicate Uncertainties
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Chabad-led #SeatAtTheSeder campaign brings hostages’ plight to thousands of Passover tables
Passover (Pesach)
The timeless guide to Seder night; how well do you know the Haggadah?
TheRebbe.org
Celebrating the birth of the Lubavitcher Rebbe
TheRebbe.org
A story from the newly reworked classic, "To Know and To Care"
Passover (Pesach)
Learn about the last food we consume on Seder night.
Hear the causes between your brethren, and judge righteously between every man and his brother, and the stranger that is with him. Do not give anyone special recognition when rendering judgment; hear the small as well as the great; fear no man; for the judgment is G-d's. And the thing that is too hard for you, bring it to me, and I will hear it
– Moses' instruction to the magistrates, Deuteronomy 1:16-17
Sodom Overturned (1714 BCE)
The wicked cities of the Sodom valley, including Sodom, Gemorrah, Admah and Zevoim, were overtuned in... Read More »
Manna Ends (1273 BCE)
On the 16th of Nissan of the year 2488 from creation (1273 BCE), six days after the Children of Israel... Read More »
Esther Appears Before Achashverosh (357 BCE)
On the 3rd day of the fast proclaimed by Mordechai at her behest (see "Today in Jewish History" for Ni... Read More »
Levi Born (1566 BCE)
Levi, third son of Jacob and Leah and third of the Twelve Tribes, was born in Haran on 16 Nissan in th... Read More »
Click here for a summary of the Passover Torah readings.
In the evening prayers tonight, we begin substituting the phrase v'ten berachah... ("and grant bl... Read More »
Tomorrow is the second day of the Omer Count. Since, on the Jewish calendar, the day begins at nightfa... Read More »
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