2013-03-19 15:48:18 DeviDev:Judaism articles from Article Submission Directory - Easy Article Submit 2013-03-19 15:48:18 DeviDev:If you ever been to a traditional Jewish wedding you probably noticed that there are several things that make a Jewish wedding stand out from other types of religious weddings. A Jewish wedding has many rituals and customs that have been passed down through centuries and each ritual serves as a reminder as the past and as a symbol of hope for the future. 2013-03-19 15:48:18 Eltos: 2013-03-19 15:48:18 Paztso:Build a united front for your children by bringing your religious beliefs into alignment with each other. For more information on successful marriages and conversion helps, read on. 2013-03-19 15:48:18 Eltos:How to plan a Bar-Mitzvah that will ensure your guests have fun. 2013-03-19 15:48:18 Kayne:Ma noi ti amiamo!
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2013-03-19 15:48:18 Paztso:The Talmudic source allowing the desecration of the Sabbath to save a life.