Come celebrate the King of Persia's decision not to kill us!

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Purim is the Jews version of Halloween, with a little bit of St. Patrick’s Day spirit thrown in for good measure. The holiday, which takes place on Thursday, commemorates the time when Persian Jews were almost killed off by the evil Haman, an anti-Semite who held some kind of important political post back in the days before genocide was frowned upon. Luckily, fate intervened the form of a beautiful woman named Esther, who was able to convince the king of Persia not to kill us...

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