This category is for the listing of links to art that is by Jews or is Jewish in content.
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- When writing your site''s title please ensure it is the same as your organization.
- When writing your site''s description, please tell what your site offers in a clear and concise statement without hype or promotional language.
Submit sites that relate to Jewish communities. Submissions should have a brief description of the site with the location. Synagogues are not communities and should be submitted to Society/Religion_and_Spirituality/Judaism/Denominations/ Organizations should be submitted to Society/Religion_and_Spirituality/Judaism/OrganizationsJewish communities and congregations worldwide
Please submit sites that are related to the Humanistic movement or are Humanistic Synagogues. Each submission should have a brief description of the site and it''s features. The title should be in the following format: Name_of_Synagogue: Location, (example) Temple Beth El: Clearwater, FloridaThis category is for sites which are specific to a particular type of Judaism, rather than Judaim in general. Here you will find sites about the beliefs, organizations, and activities of the various denominations. Messianic Judaism is not included here, because it is a Christian denomination, listed under Christianity.
Please submit only sites that deal with adult Jewish education.Please submit sites dealing with broad Jewish education topics. More specific topics should be submitted to the appropriate sub-categories.
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Please submit only websites containing information on the observance of Jewish holidays and observances. Websites offering merchandise for sale should be submitted to Shopping.There is currently no description created for this category.
Sites that sell Jewish calendars or other Judaica should be submitted to an appropriate subcategory of Society/Religion_and_Spirituality/Judaism/Shopping.This category is for information about the Jewish religious calendar, which is based on the lunar month, with leap months inserted 7 times in each 19 years to keep the months and holidays aligned with their proper seasons.
A major aspect of Jewish observance are the laws of Kashrut. This refers to which foods are permissible, according to Jewish Law, to be eaten by Jewish people, and the specifics therein. Determining what is kosher (literally "fit") for consumption is an extremely complicated process requiring the knowledge of Rabbis with extensive knowledge in this field. In this category we seek to provide information concerning what foods are kosher, where to eat kosher foods, and also how to have a kosher home.
It is highly recommended that your site be actively maintained, as these listings change frequently. Also, it is recommended to include information on who (ie, Rabbinic organization) provides the kosher supervision for a given establishment. This is particularly useful for people who are traveling to verify the kashruth of an establishment.
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Title: Name of Business or Organization
Description: This describes the website and should note distinguishing features found on the site without the use of hype, personal pronouns, or repetitive terms.
Anti-missionary sites should be submitted to Society/Religion_and_Spirituality/Opposing_Views/Christianity/Messianic_Judaism/Sites relating to Moshiach, the messiah in Judaism.
Submit only sites that are organizations involved in health or health care issues.There is currently no description created for this category.
Please submit only sites related to natural or exact sciences. Sites about Jewish education should be listed under Society: Religion and Spirituality: Judaism: EducationJewish views on scientific topics or scientific perspectives on Jewish sources. Resources about Jewish scientists.
Torah Code related issues should be listed under the special category for the subject.
Please submit only sites dealing with Jewish celebrations/simchas.Sites pertaining to Jewish celebrations, including weddings, bar and bat mitzvahs and other life events.
Shopping sites should be submitted to Society: Religion and Spirituality: Judaism: ShoppingSymbols common in Judaism.
This category is only for actual original texts from Torah classics.There is currently no description created for this category.
Study aids and courses should be submitted to Judaism\Online_Jewish_Learning
This category is for sites that advertise Jewish cruises, i.e. Jewish singles, Kosher cruises, Passover cruises.There is currently no description created for this category.