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Judaism teaches that G-d gave the Jews 613 commandments, not merely ten.
Although the Holocaust is the best-known example of antisemitism, it is only the latest in a long and tragic history of expulsions, forced conversions, limitations of civil and political rights, lies and slanders such as the infamous Blood Libel and mass murders like the Russian pogroms and the mob violence incidental to the Crusades. I have made a conscious decision not to cover these subjects on this site, because this site is about Jews and Judaism and I refuse to let my people be defined by what others have done to us. A type of sacrifice used to atone for sins of stealing things from the altar, for when you are not sure whether you have committed a sin or what sin you have committed, or for breach of trust.
The English translation of aron kodesh, lit., holy chest. The word has no connection with Noah's Ark, which is "teyvat" in Hebrew. Jews from eastern France, Germany and Eastern Europe, and their descendants, who are culturally different from Jews with origins in other parts of the world. Historically, Ashkenazic Jews pronounced some Hebrew sounds differently than Sephardic Jews.
The Sephardic pronunciation of Hebrew is increasingly becoming the norm, because it is the pronunciation used in Israel.
From Greek meaning "dessert." A half piece of matzah set aside during the Passover Seder, which is later hidden by children and then ransomed by parents, or hidden by parents and found by children. See Pesach (Passover) and Pesach Seder: How Is This Night Different. 2) Immigrating to Israel (generally referred to in English as making aliyah and pronounced ah-lee-AH).
See Torah Readings; Bar Mitzvah, Bat Mitzvah and Confirmation; The Land of Israel - Israel Today.
The term "antisemitism" comes from the roots "anti" (against) and "Semite" (a term that applies to both Hebrews and Arabs).
However, the word "antisemitism" is used specifically to refer to hatred of Jews and Judaism.
Following is a partial list of Hebrew, Yiddish and other Jewish terms used on this web site. I have attempted to provide pronunciations for most of these terms.
Some of the pronunciations may not be strictly, technically correct, but they are the way I usually hear the terms pronounced.
Unfortunately, what I usually hear is a mix of Ashkenazic and Sephardic pronunciations.
I have tried to present the Sephardic pronunciation as much as possible, but some things I never hear pronounced that way!