Beit Sefer Ivri Mishloach Manot!

February 2013
B'nai Zion Voice;Feb2013, p6
The article provides a short information on Mishloach Manot, one of the four Mitzvot performed on Purim that is about sending food gifts to friends and family and a way to emphasize the Jewish unity that lies at the core of this holiday.


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