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The Hebrew Language

 

The Hebrew calendar (Hebrew: הַלּוּחַ הָעִבְרִי), is a lunar calendar used today predominantly for Jewish religious observances. It determines the dates for...

 

The Hebrew calendar has evolved over time. For example, until the Tannaitic period, the months were set by observation of a new crescent moon, with an additional month added every two or three years to keep Passover in the spring, again based on observation of natural...

The passage in Deuteronomy in which man declares his love to God is one of the most famous in the Old Testament. We know it now as "Shema" or as “Kri'at Shema". However, upon closer inspection of this declaration to God, you can find something amazing in two specific letters of this verse. Let's...

When you read the last verse of Judges 18, something odd springs into the eyes of the reader. One of the letters seems to be randomly hanging and that's the letter Nun, as written...

North African Jewish communities have lots of stories for kids with animals in them. Today we shall learn the story about the camel and the split lip - הגמל והשפה השסועה.
Once there was a small beetle who liked to clean her house all day long. One day, while cleaning, she found a coin. She...

The Hebrew letter Aleph (אָלֶף ) is the first letter of the Hebrew Alphabet. According to Jewish tradition, there is a special significance to this letter:
The letter Aleph starts the Ten Commandments as...