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JOOL Trivia: Questions, Answers, and Winner
The results of this week's Jewish trivia game!
The results are in! Of the 3,913 people who played JOOL Trivia this week, 7 players answered all seven questions correctly.
And the $100 cash-prize winner, determined in a random drawing of these 7 players, is: Natalia S.
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1. Solomon's Paradox, named after King Solomon, is most relevant to which field?
Psychology (45% answered correctly)
2. During the era of the Tanach, what was the judiciary called?
Sanhedrin (78% answered correctly)
3. What is the name of the Jewish language derived from Old Spanish?
Ladino (89% answered correctly)
4. In 1948, when the State of Israel was founded, what percentage of Jews worldwide lived in Israel?
about 6 percent (50% answered correctly)
about 16 percent
about 26 percent
about 36 percent
5. What is another name for the Ten Commandments?
The Decalogue (73% answered correctly)
The Mega 10
Instructions of Life
The Epic Edicts
6. In 1997, rabbis and dignitaries held a special Seder in Washington, D.C. with which public figure?
The Dalai Lama (59% answered correctly)
The Queen of England
The King of the Netherlands
7. The Israeli operation Operation Solomon set a world record for most passengers on an aircraft from which country?
Ethiopia (77% answered correctly)
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