Saturday, April 19, 2014 Nisan 19, 5774

How the Nazis nearly managed to loot it all
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The Nazi plunder of Europe -- and most particularly, the theft of all things possessed by Jews -- has been slowly documented over the last 10 or 15 years, the avariciousness chronicled in all its horrid detail. The plethora of books that have appeared have depicted the wholesale ransacking of Jewish businesses, homes, parcels of land, Swiss bank accounts and...
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Ethel Hofman, JE Feature
On the evening of April 8 -- the 14th day of the Hebrew month of Nisan -- Jews all over the world will come together to be with family and friends to celebrate the first Passover seder. The Haggadah will be read, relating the story of the Jews exodus from Egypt. The seder plate contains symbolic foods that are explained...
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Matzah meal and margarine don't have to spell mediocrity. So many people think that Passover is a time when there is "nothing to serve for dessert," or that all cakes "come out dry and tasteless." Here are a few recipes that will dispel these old notions for good. Passover Raspberry-Jam Cake (Pareve) 8 eggs, separated 11/4 cups sugar 1 lemon...
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On the ... "Bubble." That is exactly where the Israeli Film Festival of Greater Philadelphia is bringing its viewers March 26 with an evening screening of the foxy Eytan Fox-directed film at Temple University. A seditious soap opera, "The Bubble" is not your bubba's "Helen Trent." A ménage of trouble arises only when an Israeli soldier brings his new male...
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Aaron Passman, JE Feature
According to the Talmud, "a dream left without interpretation is like a letter left unread." More than 200 people turned out recently to "read" such letters, so to speak, at "The Gift of the Dream," a one-day conference at Germantown Jewish Centre that examined the content of dreams, what they mean and their role in Jewish life throughout history. Topics...
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