Zeraim (“Seeds”), dealing with prayer and blessings, tithes and agricultural laws (11 tractates)2. Moed (“Festival”), pertaining to the laws of the Sabbath and the Festivals (12 tractates)3. Nashim (“Women”), concerning marriage and divorce, some forms of oaths and the laws of the nazirite (7 tractates)4. Nezikin (“Damages”), dealing with civil and criminal law, the functioning of the courts and oaths (10 tractates)5. Kodashim (“Holy things”), regarding sacrificial rites, the Temple, and the dietary laws (11 tractates) and6. Tohorot (“Purities”), pertaining to the laws of purity and impurity, including the impurity of the dead, the laws of food purity and bodily purity (12 tractates).
What is a heksher?
A symbol on food items that shows if it is kosher.
What is the significance of breaking the glass at a Jewish wedding?
Even in our happiest moment, we should remember the destruction of the Temple in Jerusalem.
What are three objects you might use during Sukkot?
Lulav, Etrog, Sukkah
Which document is used to dissolve a Jewish marriage?
Who was Eliezer Ben-Yehuda?
Father of Modern Hebrew
What are the three Jewish pilgrimage holidays?
Pesach (Passover), Sukkot, and Shavuot
Who is the current Prime Minister of Israel(as of 10/13/2011)?
Binyamin (Bibi) Netanyahu
The Ten Commandments
1) One G-d2) You shall have no other gods3) Don’t take God’s name in vain4) Keep the Sabbath5) Honor your father and your mother6) Don’t murder7) Don’t commit adultery8) Don’t steal9) Don’t bear false witness10) Don’t covet
What is Tu B’Shevat?
The birthday of the trees/the 15th of Shevat
What is Havdalah and when is it usually done?
Havdalah is a ceremony that marks the symbolic end of Shabbat and holidays, and ushers in the new week.
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