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Judaism’s View on Suicide
Judaism’s View on Suicide

There is nothing more sacred in Jewish law than human life. According to halacha, one must guard one’s life in all cases unless one is forced to commit murder, worship idols or partake in illicit relations. In these three situations only, is one perm…

The Jews of Finland
The Jews of Finland

For most European countries, the history of its Jewish presence begins some time in or before…

Rights in Connecticut
Rights in Connecticut

At the time that Connecticut ratified the Constitution on January 9, 1788, the fifth state of the United States was not particularly welcoming to Jews…

So Where Are You From?
So Where Are You From?

When reading about Judaism, one often comes across the terms “Ashkenazim” and “Sephardim”…

Insights into the Burning Bush
Insights into the Burning Bush

The mid-December release of the motion picture Exodus: Gods and Kings is the most recent in a long line of…

A Day for Musicians
A Day for Musicians

Today, Jewish Treats honors two musicians who were born on January 6…

The Great Bird Ziz
The Great Bird Ziz

In honor of National Bird Day, Jewish Treats would like to introduce one of the great creatures of Jewish legend, the Ziz…

Ahhh…Cholent
Ahhh…Cholent

The highlight of many Shabbat lunch tables is cholent, a hot stew known as…

Entry Point
Entry Point

Although immigrants from around the world came through Ellis Island, the immigration station in the harbor of New York had a distinctive impact specifically on Jews…

The Tenth of Tevet
The Tenth of Tevet

And it was in the ninth year of King Zaddekiah’s reign, in the tenth month, on the tenth (day) of the month that…

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