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In 1967, Israel found herself in a war that her people did not think they could win. The results were nothing less than miraculous. Find out how much you know about this historic event.
The Jewish holiday of Shavuot is actually significant to the Jewish people in two ways. Take our Shavuot quiz and see how much you know about this biblical Holy Day.
Jerusalem is called the center of the world, holy city of God, the place where all things began and history is destined to end. Find out how much you know about this biblical and historical city with our quiz.
Fasting in Judaism has been a longstanding practice, in some instances tied to the observance of key festivals and holy days, but also as a communal response to tragedies and a call to repentance. Test your knowledge on the spiritual discipline of fasting with our quiz!
In 1948, Israel was officially declared a sovereign state by the U.N. Find out how much you know about this historic event.
On April 8, Israel and Jews worldwide observe Yom HaShoah. What is the historical meaning behind this uniquely Jewish observance and how is it observed today? Test your knowledge with our quiz.
Passover is one of the most widely observed and celebrated holiday on the Jewish calendar. Find out how much you know about this ancient holy day by taking our quiz.
Purim is the most joyous celebration on the Jewish calendar. Find out how much you know about this holiday inspired by biblical events by taking our quiz.
As we celebrate President's Day this month, find out how much you know about the long history between our U.S. Presidents and the Jewish people. You may be surprised by the answers!
While the nation of Israel does not celebrate Valentine's Day, it does celebrate the Jewish Day of Love, Tu B'Av, which occurs this year at sundown July 23-24.
Learn more about the shared history of enslavement and segregation between Jewish and African-American leaders helping lead the fight against racial injustice.
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