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 Tanya Chapitre 33 part 2

¿Cómo llegar a la alegría? – Tania cap. 33

¿Alguna vez Ganaste la Lotería?

De hecho, todos ganamos el Gran Premio por el mero hecho de que el Rey de los Reyes, D-os mismo, decide alojarse en nuestra “casa”, aquí en la tierra.
En este capítulo aprenderemos cómo la conscientización de este hecho debe provocarnos una gran alegría.

Otro tema tratado: ¿Cual es el propósito de la vida?

Clase de Tania, Cap. 33 por el Rabino Eliezer Shemtov.

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Tanya Shaar Blott- Class 2

How Tanya is the story of You – Rabbi Manis Friedman

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How Tanya is the story of You

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The Odd Odyssey of a Country Club Jew

by Sara Yoheved Rigler
One woman’s personal crusade against assimilation and intermarriage.

Paul Reichmann: Millions of Lights

by Sara Debbie Gutfreund
One of the greatest philanthropists of the century passes away.

13 Things Your Family Can Do This Halloween

by Yvette Alt Miller
Alternatives to trick-or-treating.

I Didn’t Love My Wife When We Got Married

by Elad Nehorai
The real truth about love.

I’m Alive

by Dina L.
On breaking free from child abuse.

The Maccabeats: Cups (Dror Yikra)

by The Maccabeats
Enjoy their latest music video, a Shabbat classic set to the tune popularized by the film Pitch Perfect.
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A View from Heaven

by Rabbi Yaakov Salomon
An interview with Rabbi Noah Weinberg, of blessed memory.
Jewish community in Hebron wins the lotteryHaaretz

The proposal was approved by the Interior Ministry’s legal adviser, who said there was no reason not to treat the Jewish community of Hebron as a de facto local 
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Premier Barry O’Farrell condemns Jewish attack as community on The Daily Telegraph

The alleged incident has “shocked and distressed” the local Jewish community, with senior leaders saying some people were now fearful of repeat attacks.
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A cornerstone of a strong Jewish communityGreensboro News & Record

Each summer members of the local Jewish community leave Greensboro with bags full of medicines, clothing, books, toys and Judaica. The group created 
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Inspiring women honored at annual tribute dinnerDeseret News

“It was very important to Fred and me as young and married with children to serve th Jewish community, to help build a strong and vibrant future through our 
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The Pew survey: Avoiding a Jewish identity crisis in IsraelJerusalem Post

America should comment on or criticize Israeli policy, Israeli rabbis should not necessarily comment on or impose policy upon American Jewish community.
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Being Jewish mattered most to the Christian member of this familyHaaretz

It turns out that her Jewish husband felt some remorse about not connecting his family to a Jewish community when the kids were growing up, but it never was 
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READER SUBMITTED: Mandell JCC’s 4th Annual Great Children’s Hartford Courant

This event is free and open to the community, and is presented by the Mandell JCC Jewish Book Festival, the Family Room Parenting Center, and PJ Library, 
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Old synagogues find new lifeThe Slovak Spectator

“There are also cases that the renovated synagogues are used as stores or fitness centers,” said Katarína Potoková, a member of Nitra’s Jewish Community.
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Orthodox Jews urged to vote against casino referendumExaminer.com

Oct 25 – The referendum to legalize more non-Indian owned casinos in New York’s upcoming election is hitting some opposition in the Jewish community
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Jewish Groups To Host History Of ‘Jews In New Rochelle’The Daily Voice

Representatives said as a group, “New Rochelle’s Jewish residents reflect patterns and trend of many other suburban communities in the Unites States,” 
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Russia’s ‘culture capital’ sees Jewish revitalizationJerusalem Post

Founded by Peter the Great in 1703, St. Petersburg has a Jewish population of approximately 100,000 – second only to Moscow’s 200,000 – and is famed for its 
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It’s Jewish Book Month!Jvhri

This year, 260 authors are participating in local communities‘ bookfairs and literary events through the JBC Network. The Jewish Book Council continues to 
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Medical Ethics Program Takes Aim at BRCA ‘Jewish‘ Gene MutationJewish Daily Forward

The sudden awareness of the Jewish genetic makeup now has thecommunity wondering if they, too, should get tested, and, if tested positive, what are some of 
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Abbas Wants Full Boycott of Jewish Settlement ProductsIsrael Today

Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas on Wednesday called on the European Union to implement a full boycott of Jewish communities in the so-called “occupied 
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Rhode Island Prepares to “Answer the Call” on Super SundayJvhri

24, volunteers from across Rhode Island will come together at the Jewish Alliance of  The Jewish Alliance is committed to strengthening our Jewish community
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Scholarship available for Jewish studentsPorterville Recorder

The awards program recognizes up to 10 Jewish teens — up to five from California and five from other communities across the country — with $36,000 each for 
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Will rising nationalism renew Montreal Jewish exodus?Heritage Florida Jewish News

(JTA)—Battered and bruised by decades of separatist governments, restrictive language laws and a modern-day exodus, the Jewish community of Quebec may 
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Israel to join Brazilian Jews‘ aid program in AfricaThe Times of Israel

The Israeli foreign ministry will team up with Brazil’s Jewish community to deliver medical aid to Guinea Bissau. Israeli Deputy Foreign Minister Ze’ev Elkin 
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Living on the edgeJvhri

Aware that there are problems in our community, The Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode Island, with the support of Alan Hassenfeld, commissioned Brandeis 
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Record-Breaking $46 Million Raised at UJA-Federation of New GlobeNewswire (press release)

A record turnout of 150 philanthropic leaders from the New York Jewish community gathered to pledge their support of UJA-Federation’s work to address 
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Paul (Moshe) Reichmann, Real Estate Magnate, Dies at 83

Once the head of the largest real estate development company in the world, which went bankrupt in 1992, Paul Reichmann died Friday in Toronto. He was 83.

The reclusive Reichmann brothers built Olympia & York into a major international development firm after starting out as a small company marketing flooring and tile in Toronto.

The five Reichmann brothers were the sons of Orthodox Hungarian Jews who fled central Europe during the Second World War.

Older brother Edward started Olympia Flooring and Tile in Montreal and was joined in Canada by Paul, Albert, Louis and Ralph. After the brothers began a small company in Toronto, Paul Reichmann was the force who parlayed it into a global real estate empire.

Their developments included First Canadian Place in Toronto, the World Financial Center (right next to the World Trade Center in New York), and Canary Wharf in London.

Escaped the Nazis

Paul Reichmann was born in Vienna in 1930, where his father, Samuel, had his business at the time. His mother’s name was Renée.

By sheer luck, in 1938, the family was visiting Paul’s grandfather in Hungary when the Nazis occupied Austria and annexed it with Germany.

They settled in Paris for a time, but by 1940, the Nazis were there too. Late in life, Reichmann could still remember the Nazi bombing of refugees south of Paris.

The family moved to Tangier in Morocco, where they prospered, as his father became a successful currency trader.

When the war ended, Paul studied religion in Britain and Israel, and became a rabbi. In 1953, he went back to Morocco and became a shirt retailer. That same year he married Lea Feldman.

In 1956, Paul joined his brother Edward in Montreal. Then, joined by brothers Albert and Ralph, they started a development business in Toronto.
Flemingdon Park in Toronto

Initially, they built warehouses and commercial buildings. Their first major project was the development of Flemingdon Park in Toronto’s Don Mills neighbourhood.

In 1971, they advanced right into the heart of Toronto’s financial district and won the contract to build what was then Canada’s tallest building, First Canadian Place, at King and Bay streets.

By the 1980s, Olympia & York was the largest property development firm in the world, having bought a portfolio of skyscrapers in New York.

“He seemed to have this extraordinary knack of being able to see value where other people couldn’t see it, and also extracting value from the buildings he built by financing them in creative ways and raising money to go on to bigger and better things,” said Peter Foster, the author of the 1993 book, Towers of Debt: The Rise and Fall of the Reichmanns.

Along the way, they had acquired English Property Corp., one of the largest developers in Britain. That was the company that enabled them to build Canary Wharf in east London, at once their greatest achievement and their greatest failure.

The crucible of Canary Wharf

The largest real estate development in the world at the time, it boasted Britain’s tallest building, One Canada Square.

It was Reichmann’s vision (only now coming to fruition) that it would be a kind of Wall Street of London and successfully compete with the city’s historic financial district known as the City.

But by the time it was finished in 1992, the London commercial property market had collapsed, bringing down Olympia & York. In March of that year, Reichmann was forced to resign as president.

When it filed for bankruptcy in May 1992, Olympia & York owed more than $20 billion US to various banks and investors. It was closed down in 1993, and the Reichmanns were left with a small firm, Olympia & York Properties Corp.
What went wrong?

There are several theories about what went wrong with Paul Reichmann’s judgment when he embarked on the Canary Wharf enterprise.

His reliance on his own business instincts may have led him astray, claims Foster.

According to the president of Canary Wharf, George Iacobescu, the Iron Lady herself, Margaret Thatcher, had personally called to ask Olympia & York to take on the development, and she promised that the Jubilee Line of the London Underground would be extended to speed up the trip to Canary Wharf from central London.

Remained a wealthy man

The Olympia & York bankruptcy did not leave Reichmann poor by any means. In 2011 he was still listed among the richest Canadians. At number 30 on the list, his net worth was given as $1.83 billion, and that was up slightly from the year before.

In his usual secretive manner, Paul had continued with canny investments. For instance, he owned 70 per cent of Central Park Lodges, which in 1999 operated 74 retirement homes, 63 in Canada, the rest in the U.S., according to the National Post.

Reichmann always lived humbly and austerely, in keeping with his ultra-Orthodox Jewish beliefs, even to the point of closing down his many development projects, and allowing no work there on the Sabbath.

 

 

Sydney: Jewish Family of 5 Viciously Attacked in StreetArutz Sheva

According to Israel’s Channel 2 television, he is in critical condition. Police arrested two 17-year-olds and a 23-year-old man at the scene, but the rest of the 
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British Ex-Foreign Secretary Blames ‘Jewish Money’ for ConflictArutz Sheva

Former British Foreign Secretary Jack Straw has reportedly blamed Jewishgroups with “unlimited” funds for the Israeli-Arab conflict. “I nearly fell off my rickety 
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Netanyahu halts distribution of ‘loyalty’ poll to US JewsIsraeli ex-patsHaaretz

News of the questionnaire, reported in Haaretz on Sunday, promoted an uproar in the Jewish media. The survey was commissioned by the IsraeliAmerican 
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Tensions Boil Over Between Bayit Yehudi, Hatnua PartiesArutz Sheva

Tensions are high between the Bayit Yehudi (Jewish Home) and Hatnua parties  would make it difficult for the government to release terrorists fromIsraeli jails 
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Philanthropist Rabbi Paul Reichmann Passes Away at 83Arutz Sheva

Pursuant to Jewish law, all of Olympia and York’s construction projects halted on the Jewish Sabbath and all holy days. The company ran into severe trouble in 
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Australian Anti-Semitic Attack: ’20 Minutes of Dread’Arutz Sheva

JNF emissary was among Jews attacked by anti-Semitic gang in Australia. Jewish National Fund emissary Shlomo Ben-Chaim was among fiveJews who 
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PA Officials Deny Trade-Off Over Prisoners, Jewish HomesArutz Sheva

Public radio said that, in tandem with confirming the release, Israeliauthorities would announce a new swathe of Jewish housing to be built in Judea, Samaria 
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Philanthropist Rabbi Paul Reichmann Passes Away at 83Arutz Sheva

Philanthropist Rabbi Moshe Paul Reichmann, who was considered the greatest supporter of the Torah world, passed away on Friday. He was 83. Together with 
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Polish police arrest man suspected of posing as Israeli scholarJerusalem Post

In Krakow, he had grown a long beard, disguised himself as a hasidic Jew and enrolled in the Jewish studies program at Jagiellonian University, the reports said 
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Turkey Urged to Normalize Ties With Israel Before 2015Asbarez Armenian News

ANKARA—The leader of the Association of Turkish Jews in Israel has urged Turkey to normalize ties with Israel before 1915, the centennial of the Armenian 
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Series of earthquakes leaves Israelis jitteryLas Vegas Sun

Five moderate earthquakes rattled northern Israel this week, causing no major damage but prompting increased concern over the Jewish state’s preparedness 
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‘Stand With Israel‘ Nov. 19 at JCUCleveland Jewish News

Christians United For Israel will present “Stand With Israel” at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 19 at John Carroll University, 1 John Carroll Blvd. in University Heights.
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Jewish billionaire says time for US to launch nuclear attack on IranBig News Network.com

Adelson, who is Jewish, publishes the Israeli daily newspaper Israel HaYom. Born in Boston, Massachusetts, the magnate came to fame in 1979 when he and 
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Rabbi Shteinman’s Attacker Transferred to Psychiatric HospitalArutz Sheva

The attack on Rabbi Shteinman, the 99-year-old leader of Israel’s Lithuanian hareidi community, took place Tuesday night when a man in his 20’s broke into his 
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Synagogue service times – Week of Oct. 25Cleveland Jewish News

AGUDATH B’NAI ISRAEL: Meister Road at Pole Ave., Lorain.  THE SHUL-An Innovative Center forJewish Outreach: 30799 Pinetree Road, #401., Pepper Pike 
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RTD anti-Israel ads timed to infuriate delegates to JNF conferenceIntermountain Jewish News

The anti-Israel signs, Scott Levin, regional director of the Anti-Defamation League, told the Intermountain Jewish News this week, have “obviously been timed to 
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Turkey Hosts Holocaust ConferenceThe Jewish Week

As relations between Israel and Turkey continue to deteriorate, Yad Vashem is to hold a Holocaust education seminar at a university in Istanbul this week, 
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Shhh… Don’t Report Frum Abuse?

Take it personal. Make a difference.
http://www.JewishCommunityWatch.org

There is a growing new wave of people in our community that are standing with us to support the victim and prevent future victims. Join us by sharing this video and ‘LIKE’ing us on Facebook:http://www.facebook.com/jewishcommuni…

Jewish Community Watch, a child-sexual-abuse advocacy group, held a landmark seminar directed toward addressing sexual abuse issues within the Jewish community. The following video contains some highlights from the three-hour seminar.

The event featured a variety of experts from a range of fields. Rav Tauber, a world-renowned Rav, Dayan and Rabbi, lectured and provided insight into Jewish legal and halachic perspective. Rav Tauber loudly proclaimed that any rabbi that assists a predator is equivalent to having committed the crime himself. Benny Forer, a veteran criminal prosecutor, discussed legal issues pertaining to CSA and explained the reasons why there is a life-time registration requirement for sex-offenders. Dennis Brown, Executive Director of the Ness Counseling Center, provided insight into the mind of a predator and his motivations. Meyer Seewald, Director of JCW, recounted his story and reasons for creating the organization.

Jewish Community Watch is an organization dedicated toward the eradication of child sexual abuse within the orthodox Jewish community. As a victim advocacy group and community awareness center, JCW provides information to community members relating to accused predators as well as providing training and resources for survivors and their families.

Special thanks to Dr. Mark Horowitz for sponsoring this and many other JCW events.

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Special thanks to the 178 people at the event that signed up to donate and/or volunteer for Jewish Community Watch.

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Benny Ferdman “Stunned” at Winning $15,000 Jewish Educator Award

“I try to inspire students with a sense of identity, a sense of connection…” says Benny Ferdman of New Community Jewish High School after receiving his Award. Judging by the wild cheers of the student body as the Award was presented by BJE Executive Director Dr. Gil Graff and Milken Family Foundation Executive Vice President Richard Sandler, Benny is indeed inspiring them on a daily basis.
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Tribute to Shandy Lieberman, of blessed memory – A memorial …http://www.chabad.org/multimedia/media_cdo/aid/2361506/jewish/…
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Republican NYC Mayoral Candidate Joe Lhota revealed in an interview that his mother’s mother had a Jewish Memorial when she passed away, but .

Recollections Of Jewish Bradford

A series of four short interview snippets from a longer dialogues of oral history interviews with members of Bradford’s Jewish Community in West Yorkshire, in England.
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Zach and Mendy Answer YOUR Questions! | Have A Little Faith

This week on Have A Little Faith, Zach and Mendy searched through your comments and pulled out some delicious ones to answer!

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Social Inclusion

How do you create a social environment for children with special needs. Video blogger Aaron Herman spoke with Yehudis Silverman from the Friendship Circle about their unique social inclusion program on the Upper East Side.

The Friendship Circle’s unique approach brings together teenage volunteers and children with special needs for hours of fun and friendship. These shared experiences empower children with special needs, while enriching the lives of everyone else involved:

Children with special needs bloom and gain the confidence they need to make the most of their abilities and talents. Teenage volunteers learn the priceless value of giving, the curative power of friendship, and the vital importance of integrating children with special needs into the community. Parents and siblings receive much-needed needed respite and support from Friendship Circle programs and the Friendship Circle family. The Friendship Circle links volunteers, children, parents, staff, and supporters in a seamless circle of friendship that makes miracles happen every day.

 

Don’t lose hope for secular American Jews – ‘Israeliness’ may be the Jerusalem Post

Within this reality, the phenomenon of growing Israeli communal life in the United States offers a new model for American secular Jews to express their Judaism 
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The Pew Study: Great News!Chabad.org

Sure, Jewish culture can compete in the marketplace of American culture but that will inevitably lead to it becoming absorbed into the white noise of American 
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Film depicts Sukkot traditions, buildingsRU Daily Targum

Hutt said if Sukkot had been placed at any other time, it would be much more popular. “We’re always taught about Sukkot when the synagogue puts up one giant 
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The Jewish Press » » Tom Jones in Tel Avivhttp://www.jewishpress.com/tv/video-picks/tom-jones-in-tel-aviv/…
Last night, Tom Jones gave a concert in Tel Aviv, despite pressure from something called the Cardiff branch of the Palestine Solidarity …

Don’t Bet Against the Jews! – Michael Medved at Chabad of …http://www.chabad.org/multimedia/media_cdo/aid/2307827/jewish/…
Radio host Michael Medved talks about his personal journey in Judaism, the inexplicable phenomenon of Jewish continuity, and the thriving …

Jewish settlement: Latest News, Videos, Photos | Times of Indiatimesofindia.indiatimes.com/topic/Jewish-settlement
See Jewish settlement Latest News, Photos, Biography, Videos and Wallpapers. Jewish settlement profile on Times of India

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Chabad centers assist with public needs, … Video – Jewish.tv The Jewish Woman Jewish Recovery Jewish Kids Zone Kabbalah Online Israel – The …

Australian Jews pushed out of homes by bushfires | JPost …http://www.jpost.com/Jewish-World/Jewish-Features/Australian…
Jewish groups rally to help victims; Chabad-run community kitchen in Bondi stages cook-a-thon, preparing food for victims and firefighters.

Brooklyn Assemblyman Dov Hikind helps Jewish group fight …http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/…hikind-helps-jewish-group…
Brooklyn Assemblyman Dov Hikind helps Jewish group fight child abuse Borough Park pol pushes $950,000 in state money to Project Innocent …

ESPN’s Andy Katz Talks College Basketball and Jewish Sports …forward.com/articles/185746
Yiddish Video Channel; Fast Forward. ESPN’s Andy Katz Talks College Basketball and Jewish Sports Guys TV Reporters Are Members of Tribe, Too.

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CTeen is a dynamic network for Jewish teens of all backgrounds that offers awesome meaningful programs which harnesses the incredible …

Jewish Life to feature guest lecturers and Israeli short filmsMyCentralJersey.com  – 17 hours
BRIDGEWATER — Jewish LIFE (Learning Is For Everyone) is featuring a variety of special events in November and December, featuring authors, …

3 fall events celebrating Jewish cultureSeattle Times  – 10 hours
Jewish Touch, Music of Remembrance and Early Music Guild (via Ensemble Lucidarium) will be presenting programs representing a wide variety of …

Moving and Shaking: Milken Jewish Educator Awards and USCJ conferenceThe Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles  – 23 hours
Osnat Bernstein of Abraham Joshua Heschel Day School was one of four recipients of this year’s Jewish Educator Award. Courtesy of the Milken …

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Check out these great events for the whole family sponsored by The Associated: Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore or Associated …

Coming Out as Jewish | Dana Beyerhttp://www.huffingtonpost.com/dana-beyer/coming-out-as-jewish_b…
When I speak on coming out and bring in my own experiences, I often leaven the stories with references to Jewish law and tradition. In some …

EVENT: Aaron Hughes Gives Inaugural Lecture as Bernstein …article.wn.com/view/2013/10/24/EVENT_Aaron_Hughes_Gives…
Montreal Jewish population remains steady, will Values Charter spark exodus?

Start-up Nation’ meets Europe at Berlin event for Jewish …http://www.jpost.com/…up…event-for-Jewish-professionals-329709
Conference meant “to connect young professionals with the Jewish world and engage people not affiliated with Jewish life.”

Belly up for Shalom Y’allSavannah Morning News  – 18 hours
T he Shalom Y’all Jewish Food Festival is celebrating its 25th anniversary year. Set for Oct. 27 in Forsyth Park, the annual fest is …

Israeli chefs to reconstruct extravagant Jewish-Polish banquet in Tel AvivHaaretz Daily  – 12 hours
An exclusive dinner, detailed in a Warsaw Hebrew Newspaper from 1893, will be recreated in modern-day Tel Aviv in an attempt to ‘redefine ..

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Events. American Decline: The New Anti-Semitism and the Fate of Israel – Detroit. November 12, 2013 at 7:00 pm Congregation Shaarey Zedek …

Discovery and Recovery: Preserving Iraqi Jewish Heritage …http://www.timesofisrael.com/events/…iraqi-jewish-heritage-10
For the first time, a rare collection of Jewish historic materials recovered in May 2003 from the flooded basement of the Mukhabarat, Saddam …

Brooklyn Assemblyman Dov Hikind helps Jewish group fight …http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/…hikind-helps-jewish-group…
Brooklyn Assemblyman Dov Hikind helps Jewish group fight child abuse Borough Park pol pushes $950,000 in state money to Project Innocent …

41st Annual Jewish Book & Arts Fair Date Night: Dan Gets a …houston.culturemap.com/eventdetail/41st-annual-jewish…
Humorist Dan Zevin’s coming-of-middle-age tale provides comic relief about the hilarious journey from couple-hood to family-hood and about a …

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This Week’s Torah ReadingAmerican Thinker (blog)

Recited in synagogues all over the world, this week’s Torah portion, Genesis Chapter 23, is titled “Chaye Sarah” – the life span of Judaism’s First Matriarch.
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Making the Most of Torah by TelephoneChabad.org

Jerusalem-born Oren Rahat describes himself as a Modern Orthodox Jew. A graduate of Religious-Zionist yeshivahs, he has always valued Torah study as an 
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Saratoga Chabad celebrates completion of new TorahThe Saratogian

Shmuly Gordon waits in front of Saratoga Chabad to pass out special Simchat Torah flags Sunday during the celebration of the newly finished Torah.
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Rav E. MelamedJudaism’s Basic Law: Torah StudyArutz Sheva

When attempting to present a vision for the State of Israel, it is imperative to first address the mitzvah of Talmud Torah (Torah study), since the unique vision of 
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The Genius FetusThe Jewish Press

It is taught the entire Torah, all of it… But as it comes into the air of the world, an angel comes, strikes it on its mouth, and makes it forget the entire Torah (Niddah 
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Long Term SatisfactionAish

In our Torah portion we learn how Esau was willing to sell his birthright,  But the Torah teaches us that the things that are truly valuable don’t always come right 
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Author explains ancient scroll to Marlboro congregationCanton Repository

Josh McDowell, a Christian author and lecturer, brought the Lodz Torah Scroll, a copy of the Jewish holy text dating back to 1530, to an audience at the Chapel 
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Mobile Apps for Bar Mitzvah PrepThe Jewish Week (blog)

The mobile app is an interactive text of the Torah and haftorah with the appropriate musical notes. The layout of the Tikun is specialized designed to fit the iPad 
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ABOUT TOWN WITH MARK SNYDER: Israeli Naval Commandos Patch.com

For further information contact Rabbi Jonathan Hausman at Ahavath Torah Congregation at 781-344-8733. Please note that there will be no photography, 
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Notable American Jews And Their Amazing ContributionsHuffington Post

A recent Pew Survey investigated the current state of Jewish life in America with some surprising findings . But was is clear is that American Jews have an 
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Four things to do about Pew survey findings on #JewishAmericaHaaretz

Its key findings — that younger Jews are not only less connected to, but are also less interested in, Jewish life — puts in sharp relief the challenge before us.
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Film depicts Sukkot traditions, buildingsRU Daily Targum

Director of the Allen and Joan Bildner Center for the Study of Jewish Life Yael Zerubavel, left, discusses questions from the audience with Joshua Foer, middle, 
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DERSHOWITZ LOOKS BACK ON CAREER, LIFEU-T San Diego

San Diego Jewish Book Fair | What: Author appearances and other events | When and Where: Nov. 2-5, Lawrence Family Jewish Community Center; Nov. 7-10 
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Old synagogues find new lifeThe Slovak Spectator

Old synagogues find new life. Reporting  Still more Jewish heritage was lost when more synagogues were destroyed during the communist totalitarian regime.
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A cornerstone of a strong Jewish communityGreensboro News & Record

Despite the onset of the Jewish Sabbath, Chandler got them to Greensboro and quickly assembled a banner-waving and welcoming group — a new life within 

 

Classical: 2014 concert program tantalisesSydney Morning Herald

Sydney’s concert calendar for 2014 offers a feast of fine music, but the and by the Apollo Ensemble from Holland in a program of rarely heardJewish music.
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Jewish culture figures in two author eventsAlbuquerque Journal (subscription)

The novel is described as part morality tale and part guidebook of North London’s Jewish culture. The event is part of the 2013 JCC Visiting Author Series.
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Russia’s ‘culture capital’ sees Jewish revitalizationJerusalem Post

“I can’t think of another Jewish event in the world like this one in scale,” said Shapira, who organizes dozens of Jewish and Israelrelated events in the city every 
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Arends: Life and death from a Jewish perspectiveStatesman Journal

Those needing a Jewish perspective on such issues may find their solutions in a six-week course beginning Tuesday titled “Life in the Balance.” It is subtitled 
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Torah scroll returned to Herefordshire Jewish communityBBC News

Torah scroll previously kept at a museum has been returned to members of the Jewish community in Herefordshire. Members of the community have raised 
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Ukrainian Jews win Torah scroll battleJerusalem Post

The Kiev Central Synagogue won a legal battle against the Ukrainian state archive last week, enabling it to keep 300 Torah scrolls which it had obtained from 
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Bar mitzvah is a time for giving and receivingGuelph Mercury

While being called to the torah and the rest of the celebration are usually at age 13 for a boy and 12 for a girl, that’s not always the case. Jacob and Judith, a nice 
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Mighty winds and crowded bathsTidewater News

The city was filled with thousands of pilgrims who had all come to celebrate the Jewish holiday of Shavuot, also referred to as the Feast of Weeks. Shavuot 
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Jewish Life to feature guest lecturers and Israeli short filmsMyCentralJersey.com

BRIDGEWATER — Jewish LIFE (Learning Is For Everyone) is featuring a variety of special eventsin November and December, featuring authors, speakers and 
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It’s Jewish Book Month!Jvhri

Jewish Book Month, an annual event in recognition of Jewish books and authors, is celebrated from Oct. 26 to Nov. 26. It is the Jewish Book Council’s 
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UK Jewish Film Festival highlightsFilm News

In just a week the UK Jewish Film Festival opens for its 17th year with a packed programme of UK premieres, cinematic gems and unique events. Running from 
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Sukkot in the Holy LandJewish Times of Southern New Jersey

When I decided to plan my latest visit recently, I was strongly encouraged to come during the holiday of Sukkot. All of the children are off from school for two 
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Sunset Sukkot serviceHeritage Florida Jewish News

Several residents of Winter Park Care and Rehabilitation Center celebrated a Shabbat Sukkot service at Sunset. The facility and staff erected a sukkah in the 
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Jewish Life to feature guest lecturers and Israeli short filmsMyCentralJersey.com

BRIDGEWATER — Jewish LIFE (Learning Is For Everyone) is featuring a variety of special events in November and December, featuring authors, speakers and 
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Chabad center of Jewish life in AnchorageCleveland Jewish News

Word has it Jews have been in Alaska just about from the beginning – that is, from the time the United States purchased Alaska from the Russians in 1867.
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Jewish Top 10s: Halloween CostumesShalom Life

Welcome to Jewish Top 10s, where we compile lists that highlight the best and the brightest of everything yehudi, from delicious recipes to funniest actors, 
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“Through the Door of Life: A Jewish Journey Between Genders”Jvhri

Dr. Joy Ladin, the first openly transgender employee of an Orthodox Jewish Institution, will be the guest of The Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode Island. On Nov.
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Jewish Alliance Family Room Parenting Center opensJvhri

Michelle Cicchitelli, Director of Jewish Life, welcomed the enthusiastic and appreciative gathering. Cicchitelli explained that this project resulted from research 
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Judaism: Giving Mother Sarah Her DueArutz Sheva

In truth, our mother Sarah, like many other mothers past and present in Jewish life, has not quite received her due. Rashi, quoting Midrash in describing Sarah’s 
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Jewish charity Langdon to open supported living community in Borehamwood Times

Jewish charity that helps people with learning disabilities live full lives is set to open in Borehamwood. Langdon, which currently operates in Edgware and 
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Obama names three to Holocaust councilSt. Louis Jewish Light

Bildner, the immediate past JTA president, is a board member of the Joseph Slifka Center for Jewish Life at Yale University, a co-chairwoman of the board of 
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We Need to Talk… « Wonders from Your Torahadmin

The Torah portion of Chayei Sarah (lit. the “Life of Sarah”) is all about finding a match. A significant part of the portion―the longest and most detailed story in the 
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Rabbi Shlomo RiskinOhr Torah: A Modern-Day EliezerArutz Sheva

The writer is the founding and Chief Rabbi of Efrata, Gush Etzion, as well as founder and Chancellor of Ohr Torah Stone Institutions, author of TorahLights and 
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Congregation Beth Sholom commissions new TorahJvhri

PROVIDENCE – Congregation Beth Sholom has commissioned their first-ever written Sefer Torah(Torah scroll) – as opposed to purchasing one – reports 
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Parsha Potpourri: Parshas Chayei SorahYeshiva World News

Imagine if one day the government would enact legislation making it illegal to study Torah more than eight hours daily. All of the leading Torah sages would give 
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Maimonides Would Have ApprovedWall Street Journal

One page of a spectacular illustrated volume of the Mishneh Torah, a Jewish-law codex, is now on view in a modest special exhibition at the Metropolitan 
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HaRav Zev Leff: Parshas Chayei SarahYeshiva World News

If he is successful, fine; if not, he should learn Torah. If learning Torah is sufficient, fine; if not, he should recite Krias Shema. If this succeeds, fine; if not, he should 
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Vertluch: Parshas Chayei SorahYeshiva World News

In the spelling of this word the Torah uses a small ‘kof’. Why is that letter small? The GR”A explains that Avraham was careful not to cry too much for Sara.
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Thousands Make Their Way to HevronArutz Sheva

The Torah portion describes the Biblical patriarch Abraham’s purchase of the Machpelah Cave in Hevron as a burial site for his wife Sarah. According to Jewish 
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Thousands to Celebrate Shabbat Chayei Sarah in HebronThe Jewish Press

Tomorrow, together with literally tens of thousands here in Hebron and Kiryat Arba, we will read in theTorah how Abraham, almost 4,000 years ago, purchased 
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Hareidi Soldiers Among Most Active in Fighting TerrorArutz Sheva

Currently, whilst other Jewish Israeli men are obligated to enlist into the army, those men studying in hareidi yeshivot (Torah academies) receive a special 
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For a Mess of PottageChabad.org

The original “seller for a mess of pottage” was Esau, whose story appears in the Torah portion of Toldot. Let’s see what the Torah and the midrash tell us about 
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Temple Shearith Isra: Temple Shearith Israel is thrilled to haHamletHub

Their repertoire includes baroque, classical, contemporary, Israeli, and traditional Jewish music. They will be singing with the TSI Adult Choir and TSI Talented 
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3 fall events celebrating Jewish cultureThe Seattle Times

Jewish Touch, Music of Remembrance and Early Music Guild (via Ensemble Lucidarium) will be presenting programs representing a wide variety of Jewish 
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Events honor 75th anniversary of KristallnachtJewish Post

The 75th anniversary of Kristallnacht, the “Night of Broken Glass,” a dark time inJewish and world history, will be commemorated Nov. 9 and 10. The Tucson 
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Give the unforgettable giftThe Jewish Journal of Greater L.A.

Terri Doria, of Be A Guest Events in Moorpark, recommends useful household items for a secularJewish wedding, especially for couples who are just starting to 
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Why is the Upper West Side JCC Supporting Israel’s Enemies?Algemeiner

Instead of hosting more Jewish-focused events, the JCC has deemed it appropriate to host eventsthat are focused on “highlighting work by and about minorities, 

 

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This day in Jewish history / UK reels from ‘Communist conspiracy’Haaretz

It urged the party to continue its subversive work in the United Kingdom, so as hasten the day when the working class there would be primed to participate in a 
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This Day, October 27, In Jewish History by Mitchell A. LevinCleveland Jewish News (blog)

Jews had been living on the island from the days of the Emperor Tiberius when 4,000 of them were banished from Rome. While information about the Jews 
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This Day, October 26, In Jewish History by Mitchell A. LevinCleveland Jewish News (blog)

1235: King Andrew II of Hungary passed away. During his reign of there were Jewish Chamberlains and mint-, salt-, and tax-officials. The nobles of the country, 
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This day in Jewish history / A physicist hindered by politics diesHaaretz

This day in Jewish history / A physicist hindered by politics dies. David J. Bohm was lauded by Einstein and Oppenheimer, but never got to have a flourishing 
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This Day, October 25, In Jewish History by Mitchell A. LevinCleveland Jewish News (blog)

732: Christian forces led by Charles Martel clash defeat the invading Moors at the Battle of Tours which is near Poitiers in modern day France. The victory at 
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New York Museum of Jewish Heritage exhibition: How did US Jews react to the Holocaust?

Visiting the Museum of Jewish Heritage – A Living Memorial to the Holocaust

The mission of the Museum of Jewish Heritage – A Living Memorial to the Holocaust is to educate people of all ages and backgrounds about 20th-century Jewish history, before, during, and after the Holocaust. Since opening its doors in September 1997, the Museum has welcomed more than one million visitors from around the world. The Museums Core Exhibition is at the center of the visitor experience, focusing on the Holocaust and pre- and post-war Jewish life. Special exhibitions, public programming, and contemplative spaces enrich the visitor experience.

Jewish American Heritage Month, 2013, Jewish Museum of Florida-FIU

Jewish American Heritage Month was initiated by Jewish Museum of Florida! The 2013 national theme focuses on American Jews in Entertainment. Enlightening presentations by Professor Stephen Whitfield of Brandeis University and Marcia Jo Zerivitz, founding executive director of JMOF, explored how just two percent of the population has had such a huge impact upon the nation’s popular culture.

This program was co-sponsored by JMOF-FIU, Jewish Community Relations Council of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and Jewish Federation of Broward County, Community Relations Committee.

Museum of JewishHeritage2013-1-9

On January 9, 2013, the Museum of Jewish Heritage in New York City, in cooperation with the Polish Cultural Institute of New York, presented “The Auschwitz Volunteer: Historian Timothy Snyder, Yale University, in conversation with Dr. David G. Marwell, Director of the Museum of Jewish Heritage.” Aquila Polonica publisher Terry Tegnazian joined Professor Snyder and Dr. Marwell onstage to discuss “The Auschwitz Volunteer.”

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94 Maidens – The Mandate Video

94 Maidens author, Rhonda Fink-Whitman interviews Pennsylvania public school graduates currently enrolled at four different PA universities to see what they know about the Holocaust, WWII, and Genocide in general. A real eye opener! Below is the link with the contact info for all PA State Senators. Please call or email your senator NOW! URGENT! Tell them HB1424 won’t cut it and to please amend it from “may teach” to “shall teach” and send it back to the House! We need the MANDATE! Thank you!
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How do you create young Jewish global leaders? Video blogger Aaron Herman spoke with alumni and staff of Camp Szarvas about how they are …

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The Jewish drama, as set out in the Bible, … videos and blogs featuring timeless Jewish wisdom. Published: October 13, 2013 Tweet. Visitor …

MSU hosts events to commemorate KristallnachtThe Record  – 22 hours
Montclair State University will commemorate the 75th anniversary of Kristallnacht with a series of free events from Monday to December …

Playwright Steven Berkoff to Haaretz: Anti-Zionism is anti-Semitic poison in guiseHaaretz Daily  – 4 hours

In ‘Religion and Anarchy,’ a searing new drama by the famed Jewish-British playwright, anti-Semitism takes center stage.

Jewish Survivor of the Holocaust Writes First MemoirPRWeb  – 9 hours
Rita Braun writes about how her Jewish family survived WWII. (PRWeb October 24, 2013) Read the full story at …

Judaism vs Americanism: An oasis of idealsThe Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles  – 20 minutes
In the great, century-long love affair between America and the Jews, it’s tempting to assume that Jewish and American values are perfectly …

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Jewish life on campus is alive and strong with the help of an organization called Hillel. The name “Hillel” was chosen in honor of an ..

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New Center for Jewish Studies launchedThe Berkeley Daily Planet  – 5 hours
A new Center for Jewish Studies at the University of California, Berkeley, announced on Wednesday by Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost ..

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‘Book of Books’ traces history of the BibleJerusalem Post

This is a compilation of biblical, Talmudic and later rabbinic texts and secular documents that outlineJewish Middle Eastern and North African history over a 
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Israel: a nation-state where the non-Jewish immigrants are allvoices

When I was 22, I was enrolled in a Russian history class. In this class I befriend a guy I later learned was Jewish. We debated Russian history and we competed 
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Australia: Five injured in worst anti-Semitic attack in Australia’s World Jewish Congress

Australia: Five injured in worst anti-Semitic attack in Australia’s recenthistory  kosher bakeries, kosher grocery stores and Jewish communal institutions. It is not 
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Holocaust Education events include talks, filmThe Chronicle Herald  – 23 hours
The 10th annual Holocaust Education Week will soon be marked in Halifax, according to the Atlantic Jewish Council.

Notable American Jews And Their Amazing ContributionsHuffington Post

But was is clear is that American Jews have an inspiring history of contributions in music, politics, science, law business, and many other areas. Meet some of 
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Jewish Groups To Host History Of ‘Jews In New Rochelle’The Daily Voice

Several area Jewish organizations are coming together in November to celebrate the history ofJewish people in New Rochelle. Photo Credit: Courtesy New 
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My article on the Museum of the History of Polish Jews featured in The Jewish Journal of Greater L.A.

I’ve followed the development of this museum, which opened its doors in April but minus its core exhibition, since the mid-1990s, when the idea of such a 
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This Day, October 27, In Jewish History by Mitchell A. LevinCleveland Jewish News (blog)

Jews had been living on the island from the days of the Emperor Tiberius when 4,000 of them were banished from Rome. While information about the Jews 
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Russia’s ‘culture capital’ sees Jewish revitalizationJerusalem Post

The three-day conference offers 80 lectures on topics ranging from Jewish spirituality, philosophy, ethics, politics, religion, art history, Torah, business, Israeli 
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X Factor USA: Simon Cowell getting Israeli dance lessons for Jewish Unreality TV

“He’s been reading books about Jewish history and is open to bringing up their child with Jewish traditions. Lauren has explained to him how important her roots 
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Shaker Historical SocietyCleveland Jewish News

The Shaker Historical Society held its “Movers & Shakers” event at the Canterbury Country Club in Beachwood. The event honored Leon Bibb, Donita Anderson, 
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Jewish History Museum in Tucson opens Holocaust History CenterWillcox Range News

The Jewish History Museum in Tucson opened the first phase of its Holocaust History Center on Oct. 20, dedicated to remembering the deaths of 6 million Jews 
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Learn the history of Jewish food in America at Oakton CollegeNiles Herald-Spectator

The author of numerous books on the history of Jewish food and culture, Kraig has appeared on national media outlets such as ABC’s Nightline and NPR’s Talk 
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Israeli Goups Bringing New Ideas to ‘Brain Drain’ BattleJewish Times of Southern New Jersey

After earning his doctorate in Jewish history at Hebrew University in Jerusalem, Ben- Sasson completed postdoctoral studies at the University of Cambridge.
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Telling our story for 120 years and moreJewish Chronicle

The Society was formed by the journalist Lucien Wolf, following an Anglo-Jewish historicalexhibition at the Royal Albert Hall six years earlier. Although the 
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Judaism: Giving Mother Sarah Her DueArutz Sheva

Judaism: Giving Mother Sarah Her Due  and educator, admired the world over for his audio tapes/CDs, videos and books, particularly on Jewish history.
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Holocaust expert provides Christian responseCleveland Jewish News

A native of Finland, Kokkonen received her Ph.D. in contemporary Jewish history from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. As director of Christian Friends of 
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Brief: Visiting professor to give lecture on history of JudaismMaroon

Jonathan Sarna, the Joseph H. & Belle R. Braun professor of American Jewish History at Brandeis University, was chosen to be the guest lecturer for the fall 
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Medical Ethics Program Takes Aim at BRCA ‘Jewish‘ Gene MutationJewish Daily Forward

The BRCA gene is commonly found amongst Ashkenazi Jews as a result of the population living in small, insular communities throughout history. Higher results 
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Jewish day schools can alleviate Pew fearsCleveland Jewish News

Yet at this crucial point in American Jewish history, day schools across the country and here in Cleveland require our support more than ever. Our day schools 
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Chabad, also known as Habad, Lubavitch, and Chabad-Lubavitch, is a Hasidic movement. Chabad adheres to the Orthodox practice of Judaism.

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A stunning permanent collection accompanied by two feature exhibits on Jewish rituals of “not forgetting” and Jewish-German female