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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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Heroine of the Purim Story
Learn all about Queen Esther, the reluctant heroine of the Purim story.
Mordecai and Esther’s strength originated in their equivalent values.
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Haman and Amalek both used the same failing strategy. What was this plan, and why did it fail?
A Brief Retelling of the Book of Esther (Megillah)
The characters of the Purim story come alive in this brief rendition of the miraculous tale. See G-d's delivering hand veiled behind a fascinating story of palace intrigue...
The Megillah in Depth, Chapter 6, Part 3
The miraculous events of the dramatic “night of transformation” begin to accelerate. Following suspicion of Haman colluding with his queen to depose of him, Haman arrives at an unearthly hour serving to intensify the king’s paranoid delusions. Haman, usua...
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The Megillah in Depth, Chapter 5, Part 5
Thrilled with the special private royal feast he just attended, Haman finally achieves inner satisfaction at achieving the apex of success. But his fanatical anti-Semitism robs him of his happiness. Seeing the Jew Mordechai placidly occupying his parliame...
Does G‑d play dice with the universe?
“The Chanukah thing,” he says, “I pretty much got down. It’s about rationalism. But what’s with Purim and the Persians?” “It’s just the opposite,” I answered. “It’s about chaos and the totally random.”
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