Such a ban would violate fundamental rights including freedom of religion, and hospital security guards had no authority to enforce it, the court ruled
After almost 30 years in which the shrinking lake retreated further and further from the shore, it is now overflowing its banks. Yet the coronavirus lockdown means no one is here to enjoy it
Trump and Jared Kushner took their three children to a family residence where they celebrated the first night of Passover together, according to reports
A letter from a high official in Jerusalem to the Jewish garrison on Elephantine in fifth century B.C.E. Egypt is the oldest known ex-biblical account of the Pesach ritual
Israel's Health Ministry says the country has around 3,500 ventilators, or roughly one for every 2,500 citizens
Created by ‘anxious Jews’ stuck inside their homes, this weekend’s highly entertaining virtual benefit served as a mirror to the community during a Passover holiday like no other
Only a handful of the 50,000-plus community have been infected so far, with South Africans citing luck and timing
Riccardo Di Segni explains why he imposed coronavirus restrictions on his synagogue before it was required: 'Jewish life is based on companionship – we eat, drink, pray and study together. This has all stopped'
Footage aired Wednesday shows premier holding traditional meal with his son, who doesn’t reside with him, after Health Ministry and Netanyahu himself called on public to keep the Passover seder to members who share household
Instead of staying safe at home during the coronavirus lockdown, these Israelis are providing meals, groceries and sympathy to those in need
'Jill and I know how hard it is for so many families, friends, and communities to not be physically together at Passover this year'
Prominent organizations provide seder kits and meals to those most affected by the coronavirus, offer discussions on community during the Passover meal
Thousands of Israelis abroad will have to rely on virtual seders to see their families back home this year, the coronavirus pandemic making this particular Passover unlike any other night. Here are six of those stories
Residents of senior citizens’ homes and older people living on their own aren’t jumping for joy, but they’re muddling through
Coronavirus finds supermarkets overwhelmed by a flood of web shopping. Mom-and-pop groceries pick up the slack
While some hunt for eggs, others are receiving donated food packages for first time in their lives
As Singapore wrestles with a second wave of COVID-19 cases, the largely expat Jewish community seems to be more concerned about events elsewhere
The measures will take effect on Tuesday at 7 P.M and last until Friday at 6 A.M., with curfew starting on Wednesday at 3 P.M.
For the first time in her life, the famed food researcher and cookbook writer will be celebrating Passover alone. Roden talks about preserving the routine during an epidemic and offers simple home recipes for the seder
Palestinian health minister says height of COVID-19 threat expected to begin Tuesday night and last until April 23, after the Passover holiday, when workers return to jobs in Israel
Apples aren't just for Rosh Hashana: Grate them right and get a parve seder cake that isn't different from all other cakes.
Can't decide what to serve your guests? Here are some delicious dishes for you to wow your friends and family with.
There are great Passover recipes everywhere. Here's how to pull them together into a seder menu that will please all.
The holiday we know today began as two distinct ones, one for nomadic herders and one for farmers. Neither involved Egypt.
Although specific numbers are not yet known, doctors believe the country’s Jews have been disproportionately hit by COVID-19. The rush to blame must be avoided, community leaders say
Panic has led to long lines, purloined products and a black market, and there is added anxiety with Passover around the corner
Residents of the ultra-Orthodox city of Bnei Brak tell of chaos and bewilderment as they prepare for Passover, cut off from the rest of the world
Do you think hazeret is something you say to a sneezing German? Or that the shank bone’s connected to the knee bone? You need our Passover primer, identifying the foods you’ll find on a seder plate, and why.
Ancient Egypt had intimate relations with Canaan, and most of the Semitic peoples migrating there would have been Canaanite. But not all.