Wednesday, March 24, 2010

New: The Hebrew Language Website

Hi Everyone!

Today I launched a new website:
The Hebrew Language

The Hebrew Language website is a collection of free Internet resources to learn Hebrew. All selections were hand picked by me.

If you search on the word "Hebrew" in Google, you will get over 90 million results. I spent many hours compiling the Hebrew Language website but I did not go through all 90 million sites. If you find a site that has good content and it is free, please send me the site address and I will consider adding it. Please do not send me sites that have more ads than content. Thanks.

Your feedback / comments about the new site are welcome.

Happy Passover!
Chag Sameach,

Sunday, March 21, 2010

102 Cool Passover YouTube Videos

Hi Everyone!

I created a list of 102 Passover YouTube videos.
There is something for everyone.

The list includes:
Matzo Man
Matzah Madness
The Passover Seder Symbols Song
20 Things To Do With Matzah
AskMoses: Why eat Matzah on Passover?
Who Let The Jews Out
Passover Blues
Get Down with Moses
Japanese Passover Tip
The Story of Passover in 7 minutes
Ofra Haza - Deliver Us
Shlock Rock - "Seder Too"
Moshe's Rap
The Gefilte Fish Chronicles
Passover Recipe - Kosher Brownies
The Aviv Matzha Story
The Barry Sisters Tribute - Passover Yiddish Medley
Sixty Second Seder
Aish: The Great Escape
Dayeinu (Hebrew, Sephardi)
Hand Made Matza Baking with David Sussman
Chad Gadya in Hebrew, Chava Alberstein
Had Gadya in Arabic (Moroccan singer)
Chad Gadya in Yiddish by Moishe Oysher

and many more.....

The address is:

Happy Passover!

Thursday, March 18, 2010

The Passover Humor Files

Hi Everyone!

I posted on my website 70 Passover humor files. They range from funny jokes and stories to song parodies. You may want to print several of them before Passover and
distribute copies to your family and guests between the seder meal courses. Both kids and adults will find them entertaining (and sometimes educational).

The humor files are located at:

The files include:
- First Plague as reported on Twitter
- Pesach Cleaning 2010
- The Computer Engineer's Haggadah
- The Dr. Seuss 4 questions
- An Adam Sandler Passover
- Seder Pickup Lines
- Halachik Issues for Peisach
- Exodus of the 3 Stooges
- Passover Story by The New York Times
- Passover Song (tune of "Hotel California")
- Passover Songs (Beatles Paradoy)
- The Plague Song (tune of "This Old Man? )
- Pharaoh, Pharaoh (tune of "Louie, Louie")
- Pesach Macarena (tune of "Macarena")
- Those Were the Plagues (tune of "Those Were the Days")
- The Ten Plagues (tune of "Adams Family")

and many more...

Happy Passover,

Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Photos of the Mister Zol Supermarket in Canion Adumim

Hi Everyone!

Today, Rosh Chodesh Nisan - March 16, 2010, the Mister Zol Supermarket moved into a new area in Canion Adumim.

I took photos of the new store (including employees and shoppers) and posted them online at:

Enjoy the photos.

Chodesh Tov - Have a Good Month,

Sunday, March 14, 2010

Reopening of The Hurva Synagogue

Hi Everyone!

Jerusalem's historic Hurva Synagogue has been rebuilt after nearly a decade of construction. On Sunday, Adar 28, 5770 (14th of March 2010) a sefer Torah was dedicated in the synagogue. On Monday evening there will be an official reopening ceremony.

I posted photos of the synagogue at:

Please share this historical event with your relatives and friends.
Thank you!

Have a good week and a good month,
Shavua Tov and Chodesh Tov,

Thursday, March 11, 2010

Photos of the A.H.A.V.A. Readathon Awards Ceremony

Hi Everyone!

Today I attended the A.H.A.V.A. Readathon Awards Ceremony at Eshkol Hapayis in Ma'ale Adumim.

You can view the photos at:

When the first page comes up, press the F11 key on the top of your keyboard for a full page view. Use the icon buttons on the bottom of each page to navigate.

Congratulations to everyone that participated in the readathon.

Shabbat Shalom,

Sunday, March 7, 2010

Passover Educational Resources

Hi Everyone!

Passover is a Jewish holiday, of Biblical origin, marking the birth of the Jews as a people and their emergence as a unique nation in history, devoted to G-d's will. It celebrates the liberation of the children of Israel from slavery in Egypt over 3000 years ago, under the leadership of Moses.

This year Passover begins on Monday night, March 29, 2010.

The Jewish Trivia Quiz

Passover Trivia
In what Hebrew month is Passover celebrated ?
Why do we eat matzah during Passover ?
How old was Moshe's mother when she gave birth to Moshe ?
How long did the Jews' exile in Egypt last ?
Where did the Jews live in Egypt ?
How many days did the plague of blood last ?
What happened to Pharoh's daughter, Batiya, when the
Jewish people left Egypt ?

The above questions are examples from the multiple choice Flash quiz. There are two levels of questions, two timer settings. Both kids and adults will find it enjoyable.

Free Passover Clipart

Whether you need a picture for your child's class project, a graphic for your synagogue, Hillel or JCC Passover announcement, the Jewish Clipart Database has the pictures for you. You can copy, save and print the graphics in three different sizes.

My Hebrew Songbook

Hebrew Passover Songs with Vowels (Nikud)

The J Site - Passover Games

The Multilingual Word Search Game (English / Hebrew / Russian)
My Jewish Coloring Book (online / offline)

Cool Passover Videos

84 Cool Passover video links.
There is something for everyone.

The Passover Humor Files

62 Passover humor files ranging from funny jokes and stories to song parodies. You may want to print several of them before Passover and distribute copies to your family and guests between the seder meal courses. Both kids and adults will find them entertaining (and sometimes educational).

To learn more about Passover, I posted on my website 146 site links, ranging from from laws and customs to games and recipes. Site languages include English, Hebrew, Russian, Spanish, French, Portuguese, German and Italian.

All 146 links have been reviewed / checked this week.
The web address is:

Please forward this message to relatives and friends, so they may benefit from these holiday resources. Thanks!

An early Happy Passover!