An unusual tombstone in a Jewish cemetery in Namibia has fired the imagination of rabbis, journalists and inquisitive travelers for decades
The vote, which took place during the week of Passover, struck down a call to divest from companies doing business in Israel
Whether motivated by considerations of kashrut or sheer laziness, sales of single-use tableware soar on holidays
The state's draconian handling of religious observance in public spaces has angered secular Israelis for years. PLUS: What's going on with Netanyahu's coalition? LISTEN FREE
The original use of eggs on both holidays is obscure, but use eggs they both do. Why?
Party tweets, then deletes, greeting featuring a loaf of bread, which is banned during the holiday
Health institutions should enable those who want to preserve kashrut to do so, but it’s unacceptable to make everyone around them pay the price
The holiday we know today began as two distinct ones, one for nomadic herders and one for farmers. Neither involved Egypt.
Different people wrote different portions at different times, for instance - the ancient 'Four Questions' changed when Jews eschewed sacrifice.
Trump’s closest advisers, Jared Kushner and Stephen Miller, still don’t know what it means to be free
There are great Passover recipes everywhere. Here's how to pull them together into a seder menu that will please all.
Can't decide what to serve your guests? Here are some delicious dishes for you to wow your friends and family with.
Making your own beet horesradish is easy and fun, and provides some great material for a pre-seder meal.
As this year's seder nears, here are some local wines that will make your holiday, all for less than 100 shekels
The monastery lies at the foot of Mount Sinai, by tradition the site where Moses received the Ten Commandments
'We wanted the readers to feel like the book was made especially for them, regardless of their knowledge or religious practice,' Israeli artist says
Thousands of Falashmura expected to attend the world's biggest-ever seder, in Gondar on Friday; Chabad, meanwhile, set to host 3,000 guests on Thai island of Ko Samui
Ancient Egypt had intimate relations with Canaan, and most of the Semitic peoples migrating there would have been Canaanite. But not all.
And behold, plagues were abroad in the land, and the people suffered grievously. And these were the plagues of the land of the Pharaoh whose name was Netanyahu
Plus, find a seder for Passover next week and then plan a post-Pesach walk
Justices order state to explain why less drastic arrangements for Passover can’t be made
The High Court of Justice is right - setting up separate areas in hospitals for those wanting to eat food that isn't kosher for Passover is a disproportionate, humiliating and unfeasible solution
After other options dismissed by either the state or the High Court, secular activists call the proposal a first step by Orthodox Jewish political forces toward turning Israel into a religious state
The state's plan to post such guards at hospital entrances was revealed during a hearing on petitions against regulations that ban hametz at hospitals during Passover
Israeli police didn’t search for bread or clean cooking utensils for the holiday, but they cleaned up our streets
100 Israelis and overseas visitors attended the West Bank event, reading a Haggaddah with references to the occupation on 50th anniversary of first Jewish settlers arriving in the city
Although a Passover Seder was held annually at the White House under Obama, Trump has not continued with the tradition
For Jews around the world, the haggadah wasn't only a source of inspiration and an expression of hope, but a text that seemed to document their suffering
Is there a nation better fit to play the role of the 'Hebrews' in the Haggadah than the Palestinian nation?
The Wall Street Journal's original article made it seem like Israel's prime minister had been woefully misled about the Passover holiday