Purim Slide Show

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  • Slideshow thanks to:Gili ZavatzkyLeah KoretskiBen IofelShaked NaftalovichYael CohenAllie MaierStudents at Bet Sefer Golda Meir, NahariyaStudents at Bet Sefer Chaim Weizzmann, Nahariya

  • Chapter 1 '

  • Ahaseurus makes banquets for his 127 provinces

  • Vashti also makes a banquet for the women

  • Vashti refuses to come before the king

  • The king fears that Vashtis disobedience will affect all the women

  • Ahaseurus agrees to write a command that every man should rule his house

  • Ahaseurus kicks Vashti out of the palace

  • Chapter 2 '

  • Ahaseurus is preparing to throw a beauty pageant to find the next queen

  • Mordecai had adopted the beautiful Esther as his daughter

  • Esther was brought to Ahaseurus and Esther was the kings favorite

  • Esther didnt reveal that she was a Jew

  • The King loved Esther the most, so he made her Queen

  • The King made a banquet for everyone because of Esther

  • Mordecai saved the Kings life

  • Chapter 3 '

  • Ahaseurus promotes Haman

  • Mordecai does not bow to Haman and Haman gets angry ,

  • Mordecai told the Kings servants that he was a Jew HAMAN

  • Haman wanted to destroy all the Jews

  • Haman bribes Ahasuerus to destroy all Jews

  • The King sent letters to kill all the Jews HAMAN

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  • ' 1-3 , Haman makes a decree to kill all the Jews and they (the Jews) mourn.HAMAN

  • ' 4-8

    Mordechai tells Esther to tell the King that she is Jewish and that Haman wants to kill her people.

    HAMAN

  • '9-12 .Esther tells Mordechai that she is afraid to go talk to the King because of the law which states that anyone who goes to see the King uninvited will be killed. HAMAN

  • ' 13-14 Mordechai convinces Esther to beg for mercy for her people.

    HAMAN

  • '15-17 ( ) .Esther commands Mordechai and all the Jews to fast for her for three days (night and day) and she will go to the King even if it is against the law.HAMAN

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    Esther gets accepted to the Kings palace.

    HAMAN

  • ' 3-5: Esther invites Haman and the King to a banquetHAMAN

  • '6-8: Esther invites Haman and the King to a second banquetHAMAN

  • '9-14: Haman is upset that Mordechai didnt bow down to him. His wife tells him to hang MordechaiHAMAN

  • '1-3: The King finds out that Mordechai saved Ahasuerus life from Bigthana and Teresh but was not rewarded HAMAN

  • '4-6: : " ?" HAMANThe King asks Haman, What shall be done to the man whom the King delights to honor?

  • '7-9: Haman tells the King what he thinks should be done to the man whom the King delights to honor.HAMAN

  • '10-13: , , . Haman does as the King tells him to. He consults with his wife, Zeresh, about what happened to him. He is rushed to Esthers banquet.HAMAN

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  • ', ' The King and Haman want toknow Esther's request so they go to a second feast.

    .HAMAN

  • ', ' Esther asks for the King to save the lives of her and her people from the decree. . HAMAN

  • ', ' The King asks, who would do that? andEsther replies, the enemy,Haman!

    -.HAMAN

  • ', ' Haman begs for his life and the King gets so angry he needs a time out.

    " " " ". HAMAN

  • ',' Haman was hanged on the gallows that he had prepared for Mordecai. .HAMAN

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  • ', ' Mordecai replacedHaman and received all of his property. . HAMAN

  • ', ', ', ' Esther pleads with the King to stop Haman's decree to kill the Jews. .HAMAN

  • ', ' The King tells Mordecai to write an officialdecree to let the Jews live.

    .The Jews will live!!!!HAMAN

  • ', ', '', '', '', '' Messengersare sent to all of the one hundred twenty-seven provinces saying that the Jews could defend themselves against people who would try to attack them.

    .HAMAN

  • ", " And on the thirteenth day of Adar,Mordecai rides out in royal colors.

    -, . HAMAN

  • " " All the Jewsare happy and celebrated; many people convert.

    . HAMAN

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  • ',' Instead of being killed on the thirteenth of Adar,the Jews celebrated.

    , .HAMAN

  • ', ', ' Mordecai becomes famous.

    .MordecaiHAMAN

  • ', ', ', ', ', ", ", " The Jews kill five hundred menand the ten sons of Haman.

    500 .HAMAN

  • ", ", ", " The Jews in walled cities celebrate Purim on the fifteenth of Adar.

    - . HAMAN

  • " The Jews in unwalled cities celebrate Purim on the fourteenth of Adar.

    - .HAMAN

  • ', ", " Mordecai writes letters saying the fourteenth and fifteenth of Adar are both holidays.

    - - .

    The fourteenth and fifteenth of Adar are holidays.HAMAN

  • ", ", ", " He writes that they should be days of feasting and joy, Mishloach Manot, and giving gifts to the poor.

    , .HAMAN

  • '', '', '' Purim is named for Pur, the Hebrew word for lots, because Haman cast lots to pick which day to kill the Jews. . HAMAN

  • '', ', '', '' They make Purim a national holiday.

    .HAMAN

  • '' They write the Megillah down.

    .HAMAN

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  • ', ', ' Mordecai becomes very powerful in the king's court.

    .HAMAN

  • And they all lived happily ever after!

  • BOO !!!HAMAN !!!BOO !!SHHHHH.HAMAN