Who wrote the Torah? What is haftarah? What is inside the mezuzah? Why do we celebrate Lag B'Omer?Who was Theodor Herzl?How many guests should we invite to our Bar/Bat Mitzvah ceremony? What does the word Jerusalem mean?Who was the first Jewish senator?Can a year have 13 months?It is often said that Jewish people love to answer a question with ather question. This is a wise idea! Every new piece of information you uncover can spur you to learn even more. Whether your deepest interest in Judaism is religious, historical, cultural, literary, musical, or all of the above, you will find that Judaism weaves these different strands together with a deftness that can be surprising. Every name, every event, and every custom that has become a part of Judaism has great meaning attached to it, and the answers are here. So, What do you kw about being Jewish present 165 questions and answers. All of these questions have many advantages, including evaluating your kwledge and learning important material in a more fun and memorable way. So, What do you kw about being Jewish also includes suggestions for Jewish teachers and educators, of fun learning activities using the educational material in this book. Roni Rosenthal, M.A. in Education and counseling from the University of Haifa, Israel, is an experienced Judaic teacher, education director, lecturer and a published author of several books. Over the past five years, Roni has collected questions, debates, and matters for clarification. She consulted with rabbis (Orthodox, Conservative, and Reform), colleagues, and researched Jewish history books, making sure that all the answers in this book were both accurate and complete. It would fill a library to write down everything there is to kw about Judaism, but I hope that the questions and answers in this book will enrich your world in the same way that this kwledge enriches mine.