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ren to enjoy.
Don't let the kids head for the TV
remote until they've visited
the"Interactive" page (you have to use
your browser's "back" button or use
the hyperlinks at the top of the page
you're visiting to return to the Purim
homepage every time you want to visit
something new.)
There are two games on this page:
Purim SpellingBlaster and Purim
Matching. The matching game gets
old quickly, but both make noises like
true video games, and once the kids
tire of them, mom and dad might
enjoy playing, too.
After the kids are gone, the coast is
clear for some adult-style Purim
shpieling. Check out Purim 101 for
several articles of interest, including an
overview of Purim. Return to the
Purim homepage and try "Unique
Purim" to read an article about masks
illustrated with lovely photographs.
Are you thirsty? Read the piece
about winemaking in the Golan
Heights, written by the chief wine-
maker at the Yarden-Golan Heights
Go to the "Learning" page for many
more informative articles including,
"Why is the Name of God Not
Mentioned in all of the Purim
Megillah?" by Rabbi Barry Leff of
Richmond, B.C. , "Eretz Yisrael in the
Megillah," and "Lessons of Purim:
Kneeling Saps Our Strength."
Getting hungry? There's a "Recipe"
page with three offer-
ings: hamantashen, kre-
plach and miniature
And why do we eat
hamantashen? If you
don't know, you'll want
Why is God's
to surf to "Customs"
Name Not
' Mentioned?
where you can also read
about "Purim in Many
Lands," "Special
Purims," or "Purim: To
Drink of Not to Drink"
by Professor David
Golinkin, president of
the Schechter Institute
of Jewish Studies in
Jerusalem, who discusses
the oft-quoted talmudic
directive to get so drunk
on Purim that you can-
not distinguish between
Haman and Mordechai.
Whatever your fancy,
whoop it up on this
happy festival and try
to forget that there's
just one month to
Passover! ❑

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