The state’s plan to post such guards at hospital entrances was revealed during a hearing on petitions against regulations that ban hametz at hospitals during Passover
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Israeli police didn’t search for bread or clean cooking utensils for the holiday, but they cleaned up our streets
100 Israelis and overseas visitors attended the West Bank event, reading a Haggaddah with references to the occupation on 50th anniversary of first Jewish settlers arriving in the city
For Jews around the world, the haggadah wasn’t only a source of inspiration and an expression of hope, but a text that seemed to document their suffering
Is there a nation better fit to play the role of the ‘Hebrews’ in the Haggadah than the Palestinian nation?
The Wall Street Journal’s original article made it seem like Israel’s prime minister had been woefully misled about the Passover holiday
The holiday we know today began as two distinct ones, one for nomadic herders and one for farmers. Neither involved Egypt.
In the dim reaches of history, there were two holidays, celebrating the spring and animal sacrifice. They merged into a single one with nationalistic overtones.