by Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks
by Pearl Herzog
A strikingly similar life to Queen Esther, she used her position of power to save fellow Jews from persecution.
by Lori Palatnik
For survivors, Purim wasn't simply a victory that happened thousands of years ago.
by Azriel Hirsch
Little did I know that the source of my chutzpah reached back thousands of years, to Mordechai.
by Rabbi Ephraim Shore
by Solly Ganor
Suddenly we noticed Chaim standing in the snow and shouting, "Haman to the gallows! And we all know which Haman we are talking about!"
by Len Blaifeder
Did my grandfather realize that his proud and sturdy Megillat Esther would 100 years later be treasured by his grandson whom he would never meet?
by Am Echad Resources
A new book reveals that Stalin met his fate poised to launch a post-Holocaust holocaust of his own.
by Rabbi Ari Kahn
In an apartment in Jerusalem, there reside two Scrolls of Esther that tell a story of exile and escape, hope and failure.
Saddam Hussein, a "reincarnated Babylonian king," ended his evil plan to kill the Jews with a Purim miracle.
by Rivka Zahava
Did it matter that I was being wrongfully accused? The bond between us was still broken.
by Shoshana Greenspan
I never doubted that the God who watched over my grandmother in Nazi Germany would watch over me as well.
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