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The J Site - Jewish Education & Entertainment Site. This educational site includes: Multilingual Word Search Game,My Hebrew Songbook, Language Match Game, Hebrew Sign Maker and more.

Israel Landscape of Heritage.
This site focuses on Israel landscape and heritage. It includes 5 major stations: Tour map (with an option to visit selected cities and places in Israel), Library (with stories in Hebrew and English), Radio station (with Israeli songs in a real audio format), Game Room (with interactive games and quizzes) and a video station (with a movie on Israel). The site covers major areas such as the Negev and the Carmel, Biblical stories and biographies of selected personalities (e.g., Ben Gurion, Hanna Senesh

- At nightfall on Monday May 8, 2000 (Iyar 4, 5760), Remembrance Day for Israel's fallen soldiers is commemorated. Throughout the world, but especially in Israel, the day is spent in careful reflection of the human cost of the wars fought for the State of Israel. On the evening of May 9, the atmosphere of mourning lifts as Israel's 52nd Independence Day celebrations begin! Feel a part of the action with our great video clips!

- The little boy from Warsaw.
More than any other photos, this famous photograph captures the essence of the horrors of Holocaust: Warsaw 1943, a little Jewish boy, dressed in
short trousers and a cap, raises his arms in surrender with lowered eyes,
as a Nazi soldier trains his machine gun on him ...

- May 2nd is Holocaust Remembrance Day.
Remind your friends and relatives about the Holocaust by sending a tasteful
reminder card at The Holocaust DID happen and we mustn't forget.

- The Jewish History Resource Center.
Resources for scholars, students and the public interested in Jewish
History. Some of the highlights of the site include: Jewish history
faculty, Material for the study of Jewish history, Grants and Fellowships,
Conferences, Academic programs, Centers of Jewish studies, Timeline,
Holocaust and much more. Updated daily !!

- A Teacher's Guide to the Holocaust.
A Teacher's Guide to the Holocaust is an overview of the people and events
of the Holocaust through photographs, documents, art, music, literature,
maps, and virtual reality movies. Extensive teacher resources are included.

- Teaching the Holocaust through Stamps .

- Holocaust Survivors . Why have this web site? Because history is not just about events, it is about human lives. Here we present history with a human face. Read the stories of the survivors. Hear them speak. Look at their family photographs. Consult our encyclopedia. Leave your thoughts or ask your questions on our discussion page.

- Visit the Virtual Jerusalem Holocaust Memorial Day (Yom HaShoah) for detailed information on all aspects of the holocaust.

- Cybrary of the Holocaust.

- Holocaust Teacher Resource Center, TRC.

- Holocaust Glossary - The Simon Wiesenthal Center.

- The Story of Le Chambon-sur-Lignon.

- Holocaust Memorial Center.

- The story of Oscar Schindler, by Louis Bulow.

- Twenty-six years ago, on the 20th of February, a man named Dimitar Peshev was dying in a house in Neofit Rilski Street, Sofia. He played a more than significant part in saving the Jews of an antire nation: however he was soon forgotten by practically everyone.

- Remembrance Day for the Fallen of Israel's Wars and Israel Independence Day

- A Celebration of The Jewish State on Its Birthday

- Produced by the Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Facts about Israel deals with various aspects of Israeli society.

- Learn about the Flag of Israel, and test your knowledge with our quiz!

- Israel at 50, resources, activities, timeline, concepts, places and people.

The Encyclopaedia Judaica CD-ROM Edition unveils a complete treasure of information that enables the user to experience the legacy of the Jewish people, all from one source. The text of the Encyclopaedia Judaica CD-ROM is distinguished from other Jewish sources by its unequaled presentation of the entire gamut of the Jewish world and civilization. It represents the culmination of over 30 years of intensive work by scholars from around the world, and provides a comprehensive picture of all aspects of Jewish life. Over 2,000 Hebrew Pronunciations embedded in the text of the Encyclopaedia.

- There's always something going on in the Jewish calendar. On this page, Virtual Jerusalem shows you the hows and whys of each holiday. Keep checking in all year round and see why every season is a special time to commemorate.

- The Zionist Century, major events, key players and important dates...

- Anti-Semitism - that's what this hard-hitting website examines. See the reasons for anti-Semitism vs excuses for anti-Semitism. What do anti-Semites say about Jews and how do Jews view anti-Semitism? It's all here. See Anti-Semitism laid out.

- Gilyonot - Weekly insights on the Parasha with commentaries by Nechama Leibovitz, za"l.

- Need to brush up on Tanach skills? This is the site you've been searching for. The Tanach Study Center is designed to provide the student with a structured learning program for self-study of Tanach. The site contains: shiurim, archives and student resouce material. What's also nice is that the archives are organized in 3 ways: by parsha, topics, and holidays.

- The Daily Mishnah With the English Translation of the Kehati Commentary.

- Jewish festivals on the Internet and in English. This site features many facts about Jewish life.

- More links to celebrate the jewish festivals.

- Discover Sephardic culture at the European Sephardic Institute.

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