Judaism: Geography and Citizenship
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The Jewish Dance
This site is full of animated gifs each with a link to a interesting Jewish web site Traditional Jewish music is included although when last visited only the default tune was working.
London Beth Din Kashrut Division
This web site claims to be the largest online source of Kosher information in the UK. Contains information on what Kosher food is, where you can buy Kosher certified products from around the world and which companies are certified.
The Jewish Telegraph
Britain's only regional Jewish newspaper, with local, national and world news, as well as features such as Arts, Travel and the Holocaust.
Israel Ministry Of Foreign Affairs
Official information about Israel's foreign relations, history, treaties, the peace process, terrorism and general facts.
Families, lifestyles, culture and jewish celebrations, along with changing articles covering assorted topics.
This web site contains the complete contents of the 12-volume Jewish Encyclopedia, which was originally published between 1901-1906. The Jewish Encyclopedia, which recently became part of the public domain, contains over 15,000 articles and illustrations.
The Jewish Chronicle
The world's oldest and most influential Jewish newspaper, the London-based Jewish Chronicle has a 164-year history of editorial independence. Its news and opinion pages reflect the entire spectrum of Jewish religious, social and political thought from left to right, Orthodox to secular while its arts and lifestyle coverage includes film, theatre, travel, cookery and youth & singles events.
What is "being Jewish?" This web site is devoted to answering basic questions about being jewish, from initially becoming religious through to the soul, and what happens when we die.
The Jewish Calendar
This site tells you everything you will ever need to know about the Jewish calendar, it's origins, the theory behind it, the numbering of the years, names of the months, and links to online calendars.
The History of the Jewish People
This site provides a time line with pages of information covering key points in the history of the Jewish people, up to David Ben Gurion declaring the founding of the State of Israel on May 14th 1948 (5 lyar 5708).
The Jewish Music Web Centre
The Jewish Music Web Center provides an online forum for academic, organizational, and individual activities in Jewish music.
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