Typhoon Haiyan: Marines Bring Much-Needed Aid to Philippines
U.S. aid reaches the country devastated by one of the most powerful typhoons ever to hit land.
Israel offers typhoon aid to Philippines: Asian nation left utterly devastated by Typhoon Haiyan
As countries worldwide pour in to help people affected by the disaster left in the Philippines by typhoon Haiyan, Israel has sent experts trained in search, rescue and medicine to assist with the relief effort.
Typhoon Haiyan Aid Effort Underway: Israeli charity IsraAID confirms plans to assist typhoon victims
Israeli-based aid charity IsraAID has confirmed they will be providing humanitarian assistance to the Philippines following the carnage caused by Typhoon Haiyan. The IsraAID team will consist of professionals in the fields of medicine, trauma and disaster relief who will work alongside local NGOs and UN agencies within the disaster zone.
Israel joins Philippines aid effort: Jerusalem offers mobile hospital for Typhoon Haiyan victims
Just days after deadly Typhoon Haiyan hit the Philippines and left a trail of debris and corpses, global relief efforts have started trickling into the ravaged eastern part of the country. Countries around the world have pledged tens of millions of dollars. The Israeli government has sent an emergency response team to areas where Typhoon Haiyan hit the hardest. Israel has also sent a military team which consists of search and rescue experts as well as doctors.
Israeli Aid for Philippines: Jewish state sends help to Asian nation devastated by Typhoon Haiyan
Filipinos in Israel waiting for news of their loved ones, as Israeli humanitarian organizations and military send their teams to aid the relief efforts from the Typhoon Haiyan. With the Philippines police forces announcing that an estimated 10,000 people have died as a result of the disaster.
Poll shows Jews in Europe don’t report anti-Semitic eventsIsrael Hayom
Perhaps the most startling statistic pointed to a trend where Jews in Europe seem unwilling to report isolated, personally directed anti-Semiticevents to the …
Hanukkah family festivals offer free eventsCamarillo Acorn
The public is invited to two free events to celebrate and learn about Jewishholiday … Family Festivals, hosted by the Thousand Oaks Chabad JewishCenter and …
Catholic fringe disrupts Kristallnacht ceremonyLas Vegas Sun
Sunday night they disrupted one of his favorite events, an interfaith … mark the anniversary of Kristallnacht, when 1,000 Jewish synagogues were burned in Nazi …
Jews of Thessaloniki lectureNeos Kosmos
It is worth noting that the members of the Thessaloniki Association have now resolved to institute an annual event commemorating the Jews of Thessaloniki, with …
West Coast HappeningsThe Jewish Press
Events In The West: On November 19, Rabbi Avi Stewart will speak about … and the NBA’s L.A. Clippers will celebrate Jewish Heritage Day at Staples Center.
Celebrating Jewish Films in Hong KongWall Street Journal (blog)
Over the years, the festival has evolved into one of Hong Kong’s most lively and offbeat film events, drawing filmgoers from well beyond the city’s smallJewish …
How Lauren Met MichelNY Blueprint
Lauren had invited Michel to a Sukkot party, along with other guys, family and lots of girlfriends. They dropped off a friend and were left alone in the car.
|Case Western Reserve names acting deans of law school
Two of what Case Western Reserve University describes as its “renowned scholars” will lead the university’s law school while Dean Lawrence E. Mitchell is away on temporary leave. (full story
)Here’s to you, Vi – a Hall of Famer
Many reporters, editors and columnists have come and gone since the Cleveland Jewish News debuted on Friday, Oct. 30, 1964. (full story
)Watch: Billy Crystal and Jimmy Fallon’s ‘Schmuck Dynasty’
Billy Crystal has “a bone to pick” with”Duck Dynasty,” the comedian and author of “Still Foolin’ ‘Em” told Jimmy Fallon the other night. (full story
)Player of the Week: Aidan Bobrow
Aidan Bobrow, a freshman wing player at Hawken School, scored a goal with 19 seconds left to propel the Hawks to a 2-1 victory over Kinsman Badger in the Division III regional semifinals of the Ohio High School Athletic Association boys’ soccer tournament Oct. 30 at Brunswick. (full story
)To be considered for the High School Player of the Week, coaches and parents should email Ed Wittenberg at email@example.com
by noon on Sunday. Provide the player’s name and statistics for the week and a contact telephone number and email.
Weekend’s Best Bet
Saturday, Nov. 16: “The People vs. Abraham,” 7:30 p.m., Cleveland-Marshall College of Law Moot Court Room, 1801 Euclid Ave., Cleve. Tickets: $30-$125. www.kolhalev.net/trial.
This Day in History
1935: Under the Nuremberg Laws, German Jews are formally stripped of their citizenship meaning, among other things, that they cannot vote, hold public office or be employed by the government.