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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 3,941 people who played JOOL Trivia this week, 0 players answered all seven questions correctly.
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1. Which of these countries did not have a Jewish president/prime minister?
Australia (9% answered correctly)
2. The name Lubavitch, which is associated with Chabad, derives from where?
A town in Russia (37% answered correctly)
A town in Israel
A town in Poland
A town in Germany
3. Who is credited with reviving the modern-day Hebrew language?
Eliezer Ben-Yehuda (59% answered correctly)
4. All of these Jewish holidays are mentioned in the Torah except for?
Tu Bishvat (62% answered correctly)
5. Which now-infamous word was used to describe the 1977 Israeli elections, won by Likud?
Upheaval (57% answered correctly)
6. What does gefilte (i.e. gefilte fish) mean in Yiddish?
"filled" or "stuffed" (72% answered correctly)
"slimy" or "clammy"
"salty" or "briny"
"bitter" or "unsweetened"
7. In the 16th century, which city in Israel became the capital of Kabbalah?
Safed (85% answered correctly)
Judea and Samaria
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