Tag Archives: Pessach
There’s plenty to discuss on this most unusual Pessach – viruses and isolation; blood libels; Israeli and American politics; Gaza and hypocrisy. Continue reading
Five Minutes for Israel wishes all its readers who celebrate it “a kosher and joyous Pesach” AKA Passover Continue reading
To all our readers who celebrate it Chag Pessach Sameach Happy Pessach
Five Minutes for Israel wishes all those who celebrate a very happy Pessach Pessach, also known in English as Passover, is perhaps the most Israeli of the major Jewish festivals. It commemorates our arrival. Second arrival if you consider … Continue reading
Passover greetings from 5MFI The illustration, by an unknown artist, of Moses parting the Red Sea was created between 1350 and 1375. It is one illustration from Rudolf von Ems’ Chronicle of the World (Weltchronik) written more than a century earlier. I thought … Continue reading
AKA Pessach 5774 While designing the Five Minutes for Israel Pessach card that you see below, I realised the traditional matza motif was becoming a bit stale (weak pun intended). So I experimented with other icons of Pessach.
Is this you? Unfortunately I am too old and not smart enough to be a Dry Bones intern. I certainly would have jumped at the chance is I was. Yaakov Kirschen is the leading Israel advocate cartoonist of today and … Continue reading