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Judaism

Minyan Finder

2020-01-19

For a "real service", Jews need a Minyan, a quorum of 10 Jewish men.

Jewish Music

2020-01-19

Jewish Calendars / Holidays / Zmanim

2020-01-19

For those just interested in having Jewish events displayed in their regular calendars, there's an easier way when using the Google Calendar: Log in to your Google account, go to your calendar, and add the Hebrew on as additional source. Then on your Android device, go to Settings → Accounts & Synchronization, and activate it. Done.

The Jewish calendar follows its own rhythm. First, the day starts with the evening (as you can read in the biblical creation report: And the evening and the morning were the first/second/… day). Thus to tell the date, one needs to know the exact time of sunset on the current location. Second, the calendar literally follows the moon: each month starts with "new moon", so 12 months sum up to 354 days. To avoid having Chanukkah on Pessach, there's a leap month inserted in given intervals.

Tanakh

2020-01-19

Tanakh is an artificial term, consisting of the starting letters from Torah, Neviim, Kotvim (Torah, Prophets, Scriptures – but please, don't start calling it Tapas now!), and standing for the Hebrew Bible.

Talmud & Co.

2020-01-19

The Talmud shows how the rules of the Torah have been understood and interpreted by the Rabbis.

Siddurim

2020-01-20

The Hebrew term Siddur stands for "order", but it also generally means the "common" Jewish prayer book (order of prayers). For the more specific holidays, there are also more specific Siddurim, usually called Machzor (cycle). Moreover one distinguishes between Siddurim for the ashkenaz and the sephardic customs.

Berakhot: Prayers for special reasons

2020-01-20

Please do not confuse „Birkat HaMazon“ with Birkat Amazon ;)

Other Jewish literature

2020-01-20

Jewish Food

The Jewish kitchen has special rules, also known as Kashrut. We only serve what's "kosher".

Jewish Recipes

2020-01-20

Is it kosher?

2020-01-20

Find a kosher restaurant

2020-01-20

Other things about koscher food

2020-01-20

Jewish Games

2020-01-20

Other Jewish apps

2020-01-20

Further readings:

2020-01-22