Paper Cut Chanukah Bannermore ›
This beautiful sparkling Chanukah paper cut banner, composed of ten silver and blue metallic sheets, will add delight to your Chanukah decorations. Features menorah, flask of oil, dreidel, and Happy Chanukah!
Wire and Bead Menorahs for Salemore ›
Treat yourself or a friend/family member to one of these beautifully handcrafted menorahs made in South Africa. Designs include Baby Elephant, Gardening/Pollinator, Tree of Life, Bicycle, Elephant, Gecko, and Crocodile. They’re all absolutely delightful. The Baby Elephant, Bicycle and Crocodile ones are on the plane right now from South Africa!!!
Delicious Guilt-Free Chanukah Geltmore ›
Fair Trade Judaica is excited to announce that Divine Chocolate Chanukah gelt now has OU Kosher certification!! We are continuing our partnership with Divine Chocolate and T’ruah: the Rabbinic Call for Human Rights to promote the gelt, and will receive 10% of sales to support our work to end child slavery in the cocoa fields.
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Zochranu Lechayim by Rabbi Dr Elliot Salo Schoenberg September 29, 2017 Alfred Nobel was a Swedish chemist who held 355 patents, owned gold mines, and is best known as the inventor of dynamite. He was an excellent business man who manufactured armaments in 90 factories around the world. He was one of the wealthiest […]
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