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Pomegranates Kiddush Cup A striking glass kiddush cup painted in gold and red pomegranates and infixed with the blessing, "Boreh Pri Hagefen." Includes matching saucer. Height: 18 c"m. Very beautiful and unique! A fantastic gift item!
A tallit for children is made of very comfortable and high quality polyester fabric. Machine washable. Knots are tied according to Rabbi Landau's stringent guidelines. Size - 7 Dimensions - 46/106 cm
The era infamously known as Tach V'Tat (which are the Hebrew letters representing the numbers 408 and 409, which correspond to the years 1648 and 1649 on the non-Jewish calendar) was one of the darkest periods in Jewish history. Groups of ruthless Cossacks went on a rampage and destroyed many flourishing communities.
Tens of thousands of Yidden were killed al Kiddush Hashem (sanctifying Hashem's Name) and hundreds of Jewish town were completely wiped off the map.
Our story is set in these turbulent times. A close-knit family from Tolchin is torn apart by the horrifying events. In the midst of a pogrom, they are separated from each other, with fear and worry as their only companions. These courageous heroes remain loyal to Hashem and the Torah throughout their dramatic journey. The winds of battle threaten to overtake them, but they do not give up.
Will they succeed? How will they survive the dangerous times? Let's follow our heroes as they find their way toward happiness and triumph.
This is a journey you won't forget!
Exquisite brown imitation leather book stand with pattern of the Beit HaMikdash. Small - perfect for traveling. Compact, light, and comfortable. Study the seforim pleasantly and comfortably!
The Haggadah Connection
What are the themes which give the Haggadah cohesiveness and coherence? What is the ultimate purpose of the seder experience? These questions and many other relevant topics are addressed in this invaluable Haggadah.
With translation by Rabbi Reuvn P. Bulka.