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  • Sacred The homepage of this very recent online collection of sacred texts from the British Library doesn't mince any words, declaring this clutch of materials to be The world's greatest collection of Jewish, Christian, and Muslim holy books. The subtitle to this remarkable collection is Discover what we share, and that is certainly an apt phrase to describe this moving online collection, which is intended to complement the in situ exhibit. First off, there are the texts themselves, which can be viewed in their entirety, and examined at leisure. There is a complete chronological list, a list organized by faith, and several editors' lists, such as Kings and Queens and Pictures and Portraits. In keeping with the strong online traditions of like-minded exhibits at the British Library, visitors can take in some video highlights, including the Sufi dancer Zia Azazi and they may also watch a scribe demonstrating how old sacred texts were crafted. Additionally, there are several dozen podcasts that deal with the illumination of sacred texts and discussions on the relationship between medicine and various traditions of faith. Overall, the site is powerfully moving, inclusive, and worthy of repeat visits. (LII)




  • Islam City learn more about Islam
  • Al-Islam.org Al-Islam.org is a work of the Ahlul Bayt Digital Islamic Library Project (DILP), which is a non profit Internet-based group of people operating from throughout the world. Our objectives are to digitise and present on the Internet quality Islamic resources, related to the history, law, practice, and society of the Islamic religion and the Muslim peoples with particular emphasis on Twelver Shia Islamic school of thought.
  • Festivals of India including all major faiths.
  • Free Koran Free Koran is a non-profit Web site, run by private individuals, to provide the Holy Book of Koran to people who are interested in reading it even in Spanish, French, Urdu, and Italian. (LG)
  • Islam: A Primer Includes a brief historical background, tenets of Islam, jihad, the status of women, and other aspects of Islam. From the Federation of American Scientists (FAS). (RT)
  • Islamic Studies, Islam, Arabic, and Religion (SR)


  • Center for Jewish History central repository for the cultural and historical legacy of the Jewish people. (LII)
  • Chabad.org: Holidays From the Jewish organization Chabad-Lubavitch. Information on Jewish holidays. (LII)
  • HebrewSongs.com English translations and Hebrew transliterations (and some sound clips) of the Psalms, Jewish festival music, and other lyrics for Hebrew songs. (LII)
  • Festivals of India including all major faiths.
  • The Jacob Rader Marcus Center of the American Jewish ArchivesThis center, located at the Cincinnati campus of Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, is committed to preserving a documentary heritage of the religious, organizational, economic, cultural, personal, social and family life of American Jewry. The site features interactive exhibits on Judaism, the center's journal, genealogy resources, a guide to creating a synagogue archive, a description of holdings, and related research (LII)
  • Jewish Encyclopedia.com contains the complete [unedited] contents of the 12-volume Jewish Encyclopedia, which was originally published between 1901-1906. (LII)
  • Jewish Holidays at Aish From Aish HaTorah International Organization. Information on important Jewish holidays. (LII)
  • Jewish Holidays From the Union of American Hebrew Congregations (UAHC). (LII)
  • Jewish Holidays this site features the upcoming holiday on the main page. (LII)
  • Jewish Holidays: Lag Ba'Omer A directory of links. (LII)
  • Jewish Holidays Learn about the Jewish holidays and explore the customs and traditions of Reform Jews throughout North America. (LII)
  • Jewish Woman on online and print magazine for Jewish women. (LII)
  • Judaism 101 'online encyclopedia of Judaism, covering Jewish beliefs, people, places, things, language, scripture, holidays, practices and customs. Includes A Gentile's Guide to the Jewish Holidays, which provides a general understanding of ... your Jewish friends' and colleagues' holidays.'
  • Kashrut.com (Kosher Information Source) This site offers information on keeping kosher. Included are consumer information on kosher products, resources for kosher travel, recipes, and numerous links to related sites. Includes instructions for preparing a kitchen for Passover. Offers free e-mail notification of updates to the site.
  • Kristallnacht: The November 1938 Pogroms On November 9, 1938, the Nazis unleashed a wave of pogroms against Germany's Jews. In the space of a few hours, thousands of synagogues and Jewish businesses and homes were damaged or destroyed. This event came to be called Kristallnacht ('Night of Broken Glass') for the shattered store windowpanes. This site features an exhibition with a historical overview and details about what was destroyed. From the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.
  • Passover Selected Passover sites.
  • Virtual Purim includes instructions in celebrating the holiday the traditional way, a retelling of the story and more
  • Foundation for the Advancement of Sephardic Studies and Culture web site of the Foundation for the Advancement of Sephardic Studies and Culture (FASSC). (LII)
  • Torah Tots features printable coloring book pages, hamentaschen recipes, games, and even electronic greeting cards.
  • The Jewish History Resource Center from The Dinur Center for Research in Jewish History. (LII)



  • Festivals of India including all major faiths.
  • Jainism: Jain Principles, Tradition, and Practices this site contains a number of links that will be quite helpful to those seeking to learn more about this religion that places a premium on non-violence, reverence for all life, and the freedom from attachment to material things. (SR)
  • Religion Resources a list of religion resources from the Librarian's Index to the Internet. (LII)