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Matzah: unleavened bread eaten on Passover
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More than 500 children learned how to bake matzah Wednesday during Operation: Message in a Matzah at the Jewish Children’s Museum in Brooklyn, N.Y. Part of the museum’s annual matzah workshop, the joint program with the Bal Harbour, Fla.-based Aleph Insti...
Almost 20 years after the collapse of Communism, numerous bakeries have sprung up all across the former Soviet Union, where Jewish communities collectively hand bake the traditional unleavened Passover bread known as matzah. Beginning weeks before the hol...
Chabad-Lubavitch of Cyprus, co-directed by Rabbi Zeev and Shaindel Raskin, hosted a model matzah bakery to teach community members about the special process of making shmurah matzah for the Passover Seder. Every year, Chabad-Lubavitch emissaries all over ...
A weekend trip to the Crown Heights section of Brooklyn, N.Y. – home to the headquarters of Chabad-Lubavitch – represented the first chance for a handful of teenagers from Boca Raton, Fla., to experience a traditional Shabbat. Rabbi Shmuly Gutnick, youth ...
Former Polish president Lech Walesa, a former trade unionist whose Solidarity party helped usher in a social revolution in the once-Communist country, visited the Israeli village of Kfar Chabad on Tuesday. The trip was arranged by Rabbi Shalom DovBer Stam...
This Passover was the first to be held in the new temporary home of the Lubavitch House at the University of Pennsylvania, but as he’s done every year, Rabbi Levi Haskelevich kicked off holiday celebrations with a model matzah bakery in the center of camp...
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