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This day in Jewish history / A storyteller with a conscience is bornHaaretz

Although her name may not mean much to readers today, she was one of the most popular writers of her day, in a career as novelist and short-story author that 
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This Day, October 18, In Jewish History by Mitchell A. LevinCleveland Jewish News (blog)

67 CE: Roman soldiers captured Gamla, a fortress in Israel’s Golan region, and killed all its inhabitants. The ancient historian Josephus Flavius, a leader of the 
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This day in Jewish history / Superman’s father is born, only to Haaretz

This day in Jewish history / Superman’s father is born, only to repudiate his child. The first effort of high school buddies Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster was a mad 

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This Day, October 17, In Jewish History by MItchell A. LevinCleveland Jewish News (blog)

832 BCE(7 Cheshvan 2928): This is considered the traditional date of the inauguration of the first Temple in Jerusalem by King Solomon. As far as many Jews 

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This day in Jewish history / ‘Children of the Ghetto’ premiers in New Haaretz

The play, an adaptation of Zangwill’s 1892 novel of the same name, tells the story of immigrant Jews living in the crowded ghetto of London’s East End earlier in 

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