Posted by Amtul Q Farhat
This Purim, the Museum for Islamic Art invites the whole family to attend captivating theater performances, participate in arts and crafts workshops, and, as always, to visit the Museum’s exhibitions.
“Monkeys, birds, masks, and hats: all this and much more awaits kids at the Museum of Islamic Art’s Purim festivities.
Purim is a festive Jewish holiday that celebrates the deliverance of the Jews from their enemies in the biblical Book of Esther. Purim is celebrated on the fourteenth day of the Hebrew month of Adar, which usually falls sometime in February or March. There are four basic thing to do on Purim and they begin with “M”
Fourth is Matanot Le’evyonim Giving money to poor persons We give charity to needy people