This Happy Purim greeting features a gold-toned mask and colorful fans with both Hebrew and English text on the front. Have a meaningful fast. ... easy way for me to send Purim wishes tp my Israeli family. 30. Rosh Hashahanh Happy Rosh Hashanah or Happy New Year. Thank you for your interest in purchasing Leket Israel Purim cards. EATING A FESTIVE PURIM MEAL – the special holiday meal eaten on Purim afternoon. Celebrate this festival of Purim with sweets, cookies, bagels, wine, nuts and fruits. Unfortunately, we are unable to accept additional orders. Celebrate the rescue of the Jews on this festival of Purim. You can spread the message of freedom and the Purim celebration messages on WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter and other social networking sites. CBI Purim Shpiel 2014 (link to pdf) Purim 2017 - A Non-Political Purim Shpiel (link to pdf) Megillah Madness presents A Very Disney Purim (link to PDF) Megillah Madness presents A Rock 'N Roll Purim (link to PDF) Miracle Days: A Purim Shpiel (link to video) BJC RS: A Purim Tale (pdf) Purim Play Script by Amos, Peter, and Beni Wilson
Purim Sameach from Leket Israel Many Jews, even if they do not speak Hebrew fluently, will know several of these greetings (most are Hebrew, some are Yiddish).
its weired to see hebrew word written in english) this purim i am celebrating in israel and i have to admit that here you can really feel the whole Sameach of this Chag)) Judy Resnick says: February 26, 2010 at … Celebrate the Jewish holiday of Purim with this fresh, new design. When Jews meet each other on the joyous holiday of Purim, they greet each other with wishes of “happy Purim.”. On Purim, we can greet one another with “Chag Purim sameach!” which means “Happy Purim!” and some people shorten that to “Purim sameach.” In Yiddish, the traditional greeting is for a "freilechen Purim.” Thank you for your support. its weired to see hebrew word written in english) this purim i am celebrating in israel and i have to admit that here you can really feel the whole Sameach of this Chag)) Judy Resnick says: February 26, 2010 at … Rosh Hashahanh Happy Rosh Hashanah or Happy New Year. May this year God shower you with all his blessings and love. It’s the Jewish new year and it’s a happy celebration. In Yiddish, the traditional blessing is for “ah freilichen Purim” (write it א פרייליכן פורים and pronounce it ah FRAY-likh-en POO-rim). 31. "happy Purim" is written in both Hebrew and English. Thank you for your support. So wishing someone a “Happy Rosh Hashanah” is very appropriate.