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Purim – Insights and Customs

 Insights and, customs and Halakhoth (laws) of Purim. Read here.
Hear the Halakhoth of Purim. Ben Ish Hai translated by the Hakham Rabbi Ya’aqob Menashe.
 Why is there more rejoicing on Purim than any other holiday? Read here.
 Click here to send a free e-greeting card.
 Click here for some mouth watering Purim recipes.

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