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Haman: Jew-hating descendant of Amalek, appointed by King Ahasuerus to be prime minister of the Persian Empire. He plotted to annihilate the Jews, but was thwarted by Mordecai and Esther. At Ahasuerus' behest, he was hanged, as described in the Scroll of Esther which is read every year on Purim.
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Haman was the evil Persian prime minister who schemed to have the Jews killed. He fell before Queen Esther and Mordecai, heroes of the Purim party.
Heroine of the Purim Story
Celebrated on Purim, Esther was a Jewish maiden who was forced to become queen of Persia. She used her influence to save the Jewish people.
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Convinced by his evil prime minister, Haman, to have all the Jews in his empire killed, he changed his mind after being petitioned by his queen, Esther, who was secretly Jewish.
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Here are seven reasons why Queen Esther hosted two parties for King Achashverosh and Haman.
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