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    Issue Number 183 Passover Issue         In our Seventeenth Year on the Web March 2014      
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The Jewish Magazine is a free monthly review of all things Jewish. This month we present a large assortment of varied articles, both new and also from our archives many dealing with different aspects of the Passover holiday.

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Great Passover Features:
 
The Seder Made Easy
By Nachum Mohl
Guide for Making an Easy and Enjoyable Seder
May a Jew live in Egypt?
By Meir Loewenberg
Is it Halachicly Permissable for a Jew Today to Live in Egypt?
Antagonist's Civil War Passover
By Louis Arthur Norton
What was Passover like during the Civl War?
Make a Matza Sandwich Like Hillel
By Meir G Rabi
Soft matzah, The True Tradition of Matzah - Just as G-d Wanted
Humor, Jokes and Assorted Chuckles
Jokes sent in by our Readers
OK, so I should be cleaning for Passover, but I need a break...
How Many Cups Of Wine Do You Drink At The Seder?
By Meir Loewenberg
Why is the Number Four so Popular at the Seder? Why not Three?
The History of Charoset for Passover with International Recipes
By Joan Lipinsky Cochran
Everyone’s Favorite Seder item is Charoset. a Mixture of Sweet Fruits and Nuts
Passover: The Holiday of Renewal and Hope
By Amy Lederman
Passover Inspiration from Israel
Ari's Haggadah: A Parable of Enough
By Rebekah Bliss
A Wonderful Passover Story of the Haggadah and the Exodus from Egypt
Passover Poem about the Exodus from Egypt
By Judy Gibbs
A Tale Of Bricks and Blights
The Enchanted Matzoh
By Arthur R. Pell
Passover Story about Matza

 

Passover Poems, Songs, Stories and Humor:

Passover - As Reported in the Impartial Israeli Press

Bitter Herb

How NOT to clean for Passover Humor

Passover Stringency Humor

The Festive Meal A Story About divorce, food, family, death, time, Judaism

The Seder According to Shakespeare

Gabriel, Age Two, Opens the Door for Elijah A Passover Poem

Adir Hu: Its Meaning and Melody and Download a free MP3

The night of Pesach - a Passover Poem

Red a Sign - A Poem For Passover

Poor Aunt Mabel at the Passover Seder table
By Isaac W. Feinberg
A Limerick for Passover

Winds of Freedom
By Mindy Aber Barad
Two Poems for Passover

Passover Recipies:

Guide to Make a Very Easy Passover Meal
By Aviva Goldstein
Food Plan for an Easy Passover Seder

Matza Ball Recipe

Another Matza Ball Recipe

Passover Horseradish Recipe

Passover Matzah Ball Recipes

Matzo Brie: Theory and Recipe with a bit of Humor

 

Passover Through History:

Passover with the Irgun

Jerusalem Passover 1948

Passover and the Blood Libel

Passover Seder Under Enemy Fire in Vietnam

 

See What Else is Available for Passover in our Archives:

We have so Much More for Passover to see and enjoy!

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Passover Specials:
 
The Importance of Passover
By Larry Fine
Passover: the central point of Judaism
The Four Cups during the Seder & Our Four Mothers
By Chana Bracha Siegelbaum
The Woman's Perspective of the Four Cups at the Passover Seder
Another American Passover
By William Rabinowitz
A Humorous Glimpse into a Typical American Passover
Fermentia: Passover Fear!
By Ze'ev Maghen
An excerpt from a new book called JOHN LENNON AND THE JEWS: A Philosophical Rampage
Passover and the Invention of the Sandwich by Hillel
By Jane Bichmacher de Glasman
Historically Speaking, The Sandwich is a Jewish Creation
The Longest Seder
By Yonatan Sredni
One family challenges the dictum: 'The more one tells about the exodus, the better'
The Prelude And Flight From Egypt
By Michael Druck
A Poem for Passover
Our First Passover
By Natalia Nikova
An Immigrant from the Soviet Union Remembers Celebrating Her First Passover
Our Passover in Jerusalem
By Joanne Jagoda
Enjoying Passover in Jerusalem

Passover Miscellaneous:

Searching for Chometz

Rice on Passover

My Seder With Marlon Brando

A Pictorial Visit to a Hand Made Matza Factory

Passover Preparation

The Golem of Prague and Passover - There is a Connection

The Passover Haggadah Download for Free an Online Passover Hagadah

Passover Insights:

Significance of Matza

the Time of Passover

Matzah Haggadah and the Ten Plagues

Passover its Essence in its Name

The Messiah and Passover

Mystical Explanation of the Passover Miracle

Experiencing Slavery in Egypt

Seder Insights:

Ballad of the Four Sons

To Lean or Not to Lean at the Seder, that is the Question

Passover Seder: Freedom and Speech Pesach = Peh (mouth) + Sach (speaks)

What can we learn from Chametz and Passover?

Sephardic Traditions at the Passover Seder

 

Much More on Passover in our Archives:

See our Passover Archives for Many More Great Passover Articles

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