Purim Reading Of The Megillah
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- March 2011
- presenting the Purim reading of the Megillah. Eyal. Barash, Ivy Coleman, Herb Moskowitz, Susan.
- 6:30 PM Megillah Reading, Spiel &. Celebration. PURIM AT-A-GLANCE.
- Talmud - Megilah (E)
- (27) I.e. count thirty days from Purim to Passover, since the new moon of Nisan will not be promulgated by the Beth din.
- Feeding Families, Nourishing Hope
- Synagogues, schools and organi- zations asked members to bring boxes of pasta to use instead of graggers during the reading of the Megilla on Purim.
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- Clifton Jewish Center events
- 27 - Shabbat services will be held at 9 a.m. There will be a Purim reading of the Megillah.
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- The Reading of the Megilla on Purim Night | Pardes Institute of
- This Purim night at Pardes, both men and women will be reading the Megillah for the community.
- The Mitzvos of Purim and the Relationship Between Them
- The other would appear to be either the Mitzvah of reading the Megillah, or all of the Mitzvos of Purim grouped together as one.
- Purim - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Purim in Jerusalem (3rd century CE) prescribed that the Megillah should also be read on the eve of Purim.
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