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The Exodus: History or Mystery?

As always, I ask myself what is the best use of my time (after I take away all of the time that I wasted… ☹). Should I blog? 1,950 more words

As the Church year marches on the Easter season is behind us, and we are preparing to celebrate Shavuot (Pentecost) followed closely by Holy Trinity Sunday.  594 more words

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#Pesach2019: Ten Things Learned After Visiting Two Jewish Communities In Ebonyi State

By Avraham ben Avraham

Deborah bat Shaul (Contributory Writer)

Jewish Nigeria is currently the fastest growing Judaism enclave in the African continent according to statistical reports from different sources. 2,651 more words

Jewish Nigeria

Sights & Amazing Moments Of 2019 Pesach Celebrations Across Jewish Nigeria

By Abraham Ben Abraham

Introducing Deborah Bat Shaul (as Guest Writer)

Next stop on my travel was Aba, the second largest commercial town in the entire Eastern part of Nigeria. 2,062 more words

Jewish Nigeria

Messianics posing as Frum Jews busted after showing up on time to a Simcha

By Yekutiel Bornstein & Chava Ewa

Last Updated 5/17/2019 at 2:30 PM

Chicago, West Rogers Park: The Torah-observant world has been rocked this week by the disturbing news of Messianic Christians infiltrating their community. 495 more words


An Unforgettable Visit To Port Harcourt For The “Seder Night” As Jewish Communities Marked The Beginning Of Pesach

By Abraham Ben Abraham

Pesach, also known as feast of Passover, is that time of the
year Jews travel back into the past, and are obligated to add human feelings to… 2,656 more words

Jewish Nigeria

Disconnect, RR, acceptance

I’m feeling strange. I’m tired of the distance. The distance I’m creating too. I feel distant, so I’m staying distant. I haven’t been on wordpress in ages. 1,221 more words