Based on Jewish Sages, May 13, 2013
Shavou'ot - the holiday of the Torah which impacted the US Constitution - has seven names. Their Hebrew acronym is "the Constitution of Seven."
Based on the Jewish Sages, March 25, 2013
Moses, the US Founding Fathers and Israel’s Founding Father, Ben Gurion, were challenged by the “loyalists,” who were intimidated by the cost of liberty.
Based on Jewish sages, February 22, 2013
“Purimfest 1946” were the last words of Julius Streicher, the Nazi propaganda chief, as he approached the hanging gallows
Based on Jewish Sages, December 07, 2012
Chanukah is the holiday of light, commemoration, optimism and liberty
Based on various Jewish Sages, September 30, 2012
The US covenant with the Jewish State dates back to Columbus Day, which is celebrated around Sukkot (October 8). According to "Columbus Then and Now" (Miles Davidson, 1997, p. 268), Columbus arrived in America on Friday afternoon, October 12, 1492, the 21st day of the Jewish month of Tishrey, the Jewish year 5235, the 7th day of Sukkot
Based on Jewish Sages, September 24, 2012
Yom Kippur is observed on the tenth day of the Jewish month of Tishrey, whose astrological sign is Libra (♎). Libra symbolizes key themes of Yom Kippur: scales, justice, balance, truth, symmetry, sensitivity and optimism.
Based on Jewish Sages, September 13, 2012
The Shofar (ritual ram's horn) is blown on Rosh Hashanah as a wake-up call, a break away from the professional, social and political mundane, in order to recommit oneself to roots and basic values, repair our order of priorities and mend human behavior.
Based on Jewish Sages, July 27, 2012
The 9th Day of (the 11th Jewish month) Av is the most calamitous day in Jewish history.
Based on Jewish Sages, May 23, 2012
Shavou’ot (שבועות) is a derivative of the Hebrew word “Shvoua’” (שבועה) – vow, referring to the exchange of vows between God and the Jewish People.
Based on Jewish Sages, October 06, 2011
Yom Kippur's central theme is the plea for forgiveness from fellow human-beings, highlighting the most essential attributes of constructive leadership, healthy relationships and family and national cohesion