“All who are hungry for this moxie, let them come and eat.”
Found in the diary of a survivor by Yad Vashem.
Why did Jews who had fought the Nazis end their seders with a vulgar parody of the Passover text?
A video discussion about what the exodus teaches.
On exhibit in Jerusalem is a 9th-century prayer book with portions of the Sabbath prayers, hymns, and the Haggadah. It is from the collection of. . .
The book read today would be unrecognizable to the ancient Jews who first devised the home ritual of the seder.