Mezuzah

Traditional Mezuzah

The mezuzah is traditionally affixed to the doorposts of Jewish homes. In recent years it has also become a piece of jewelry to wear around the neck as a symbol of Jewishness.

Video about the Mezuzah

Learn more about the mezuzah on the links to the right.

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Linnette

I'm enjoying learning everything about Jews for Jesus.
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jzmazzola

Thank you for the wonderfully enlightening audio/visual history of the Mezuzah in 60 seconds.
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