How to Install Hebrew Keyboard on Windows & Linux Ubuntu (with Pictures) include Nikkud

Source: https://www.search3w.com/adding-hebrew-language-to-your-computer-or-laptop/ Adding Hebrew language to your computer or laptop Several people have asked me recently, “How can I add Hebrew to my Word or PowerPoint documents?”. (You may not know, but I was part of the Microsoft team that wrote the RTL code for its operating system). If you use Microsoft, you have full …

What is the Shabbos (Shabbat) Candle Time?

Shabbat begins at sunset on Friday, but the candle-lighting time is about 18 minutes before sunset. Why? Shabbat begins at sundown, and from that time on it is forbidden to perform certain activities (including lighting Shabbat candles). The Shulchan Aruch states that one should “add from the weekday onto Shabbat (Lehosif me’kodesh al chol)” . Mean, addition to …

Is SIKS Kosher?

This is the letter we have received from SIKS. We are not vouch for the accuracy of the information. Dear Ekollel Site, Please let us introduce our Kosher Supervision and Certification Organization. The “Kosher-SIKS” (Services International Kosher Supervision Ltd.) mission is to provide Kosher Supervision and Kosher Certification to food industries worldwide, including Kosher Food …

Badatz Amsterdam

Badatz Amsterdam Head of Institution: Rabbi Eliezer Wolff shlit”a Manager: Rabbi Schmuel Katz Address: Van Der Boechorstraat 26 P.O.B: 7967 City: Amsterdam 1008 AD, Holland Contact: 3120-646-0046 Fax: 3120-646-4357   Related Topics Stuck in Airport Without Kosher Food?… Finding kosher food in Schiphol, Netherlands

Kosher Symbols

Kosher Symbols & Signs. The rules of kashrut dictate which foods and drinks can be eaten, how animals must be slaughtered, and how to separate meat and dairy. Kosher animals are more passive in nature (see Hirsch). Some of these laws are driven by compassion for animals, others have different explanations (such as). A kosher …

About Us

About Us. What is the Kosher Search Engine? eKollel and the kosher search engine is a Non-for-Profit initiative designed to help Jewish (and non-Jewish) people find answers to kosher related questions. We rely heavily on the generous support of people like you by simply liking us (Hakaras hatov) on social media. Yep, we don’t ask …