1. When and why do we read the Book of Jonah as part of our liturgy?
We read this on Yom Kippur at Mincha. It shows us no matter how far
away we are from Hashem; the door is always open for us to do Teshuva.
Even a prophet can fall and Hashem will still l
Format of the Final:
15 out of 20 words
Rashis Question and Answer- Dibor Hamtchil
11 out of 15 in depth questions
(20) Moshe took his wife and sons and put them on a donkey.
Rashi: Al Hachamor
Q. Why is it THE donkey?
The Beginning of a Jewish Nation
By: Amy Schwartz
Act I Scene I
o Setting: Egypt, Pharaohs Palace
o Actors: Narrator, Jews, Pharaoh, Midwives
Narrator introduces the story
Jews are shown as slaves
Pharaoh gives decree to midwives to kill all newborn bo
1. How does yonah respond to his second chance? What are the consequences of that
now that yonah is on dry land we expect him to do what he promised, give karbanot.
However he does nothing! He has to be told to go to Nineveh again (yonahs prophe