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God had just undone Egyptian society with 10 devastating plagues, striking at the heart of Egypt's various nature gods...Pharaoh's Egyptian experiment, for all intents and purposes, was done for, shattered with ease by a God that had clearly marked
Obama Passover Obama at the White House Seder Photo: Pete Souza / White House Vered Guttman tells Ynet of exciting evening and the quinoa salad that impressed Michelle Obama at traditional White House Seder Orly Azoulay The Israeli chef prepared
Sparks fly past a person trying to put out flames during a forest fire in Valparaiso, Chile, early Sunday, April 13, 2014. While the city is often blanketed by fog from the Pacific Ocean, it has been plagued throughout history by wildfires that can
This Easter weekend should be a strong one for tourism along the Grand Strand, the heart of South Carolina's $18 billion tourism industry. The lodging update released Thursday by the Brittain Center for Resort Tourism at Coastal Carolina University
Passover was after all, just around the bend. Unfortunately, Monday evening was cold, wet and not the best time to dance around town. Down at the Crosby Street Hotel, Vogue and the Cinema Society were hosting a screening of Turks & Caicos with Bill
Over 10,000 people visited the various sites in the region, including the Herodian, site of King Herod's ancient palace, as well as the Charitun Cave near Tekoa the first time tours of the cave have been conducted.
Takla's story (her name has bee changed to protect her identity) begins in 1980, when as an 18 year old girl she began a trek from her native Ethiopia to Israel, joining thousands of others of the Beta Israel community in making their way to the Land
According to Chasdei Naomi, 59% of those who received assistance this year said that this was the first time they had asked for Passover help indicating that the economic picture for poor people in Israel was worse than it has been in the past.
Easter is a universal tradition, the preeminent celebration in our church, bigger than Christmas, said Monsignor Paul Albee of Holy Cross Catholic Church in Moorpark. Unlike Christmas, which marks the birth of Christ on a set date each year, in the
I am no longer that innocent child at the first Seder, in awe of my uncles' traditional Passover role play. A gasp. The door flings open. A stranger walks in. The crowded room falls into silence. Hunchbacked, cane in hand, covered in a white