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Mar 16, 2021

[Answer] What Jewish holiday did Queen Esther decree to be celebrated annually?

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...Queen Esther was a Jewish woman married to the Persian King Ahasuerus (Xerxes). She played a significant role in Jewish history as the queen who bravely confronted the king to prevent the mass genocide of her people. Although she was the queen, she didn't have the right to stand before the king without first being invited into his presence. She threw herself on his mercy, pleading for the reversal of the decree that allowed the extermination of the Jews. The king agreed, and Haman, his chief adviser and the architect of the heinous plan, was sentenced to death. The Purim Festival celebrates the thwarted plans of the enemy because of God's deliverance through Queen Esther's hands. It involves three days of fasting followed by lots of food, drink, games, gifts, and boisterous retellings of the story, including dressing up as the characters with clear villains (Haman) and heroines (Esther).




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Purim:


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