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A difficult quiz on a fun Jewish holiday.
When does the holiday of Shavuot occur?
Late November or early December
Late March or early April
Late May or early June
Late September or early October
The Jewish holiday Shavuot celebrates "Matan Torah." What does that mean?
The revolt of the Maccabees
The giving of the first five books of the "Old Testament” to Moses on Mount Sinai
The giving of staff positions at Mount Sinai and Cedar Sinai Hospitals
The exodus from slavery in Egypt
Shavuot is a pilgrimage holiday. How many pilgrimage holidays are there in Judaism?
Starting at the second Seder of Passover, Jews count the days until Shavuot. What do they call this counting?
The counting of the MItzvot
The counting of the Bnai Israel
The counting of the Sedras
The counting of the Omer
How long does the Jewish holiday Shavuot last?
10 days in Israel, 11 days outside of Israel
5 days in Israel, 6 days outside of Israel
1 day in Israel, 2 days outside of Israel
7 days in Israel, 8 days outside of Israel
Which statement is correct about the Jewish holiday Shavuot?
You can only work after morning prayers on this day.
All work is prohibited on this day.
Work is prohibited only for men over 13 on this day.
Work is prohibited only for women on this day.
What does the name of the Jewish holiday Shavuot mean?
The Jewish holiday Shavuot is also known as "Chag Ha-Bikurim." What does that mean ?
The holiday of entering Israel
The holiday of freedom
The holiday of armed revolt
The holiday of first fruits
Which statement is true about the Jewish holiday Shavuot?
On Shavuot Jews read about Judas Maccabee and his brothers.
On Shavuot Jews read the Ten Commandments.
On Shavuot Jews read about crossing the Red Sea.
On Shavuot Jews read about the Ten Plagues.
Although it is not a law, it is tradition for Jews to not eat meat on Shavuot.
On Shavuot it is tradition for Jews to read from this book.
Jews believe the event on the first Shavuot was so loud that Moses’ father-in-law heard it. What was his name?
The Old Testament says you shall not kill.
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