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“Hamakom” – In Memory of Ace Bein ZT”L

 22.10.2013

This track is being released in memory of Ace Bein. Ace was someone who embodied kindness and was always there to lend a hand whenever anyone was in need. This song is a tribute to him.

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Vocals:
Hillel Kapnicka

Guest Vocals:
Ezra Kapnick

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Uptop Studios (Monsey, NY)
EmEs Studios (Philadelphia, PA)

HILLELKAPS – Review of 8th Day’s “Hooleh” – Jewish Music ReportHillelKAPS

The time has finally come to write a review on a new 8th Day album. I find that every time 8th Day comes out with an album, everyone anticipates the 
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January religious events and servicesWicked Local

Please join Congregation B’nai Torah on Sunday Jan 12 at 10 a.m. when Dr. Jonathan D. Sarna, noted scholar, will speak about his recent book,” 
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January 5: Druckman and ElonJerusalem Post

 Yona Metzger, among others, blatantly affirm their innocence and communicate disdain for theTorah’s moral code by never expressing contrition.
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Businessman revitalizes Alabama synagogue with $1 millionPueblo Chieftain

Six new Jewish families with 18 people who used to live in New York,  of the Goldring/Woldenberg Institute of Southern Jewish Life in Jackson, Miss.
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Why I Am Leaving San Francisco Jewish FederationJewish Daily Forward

Having dedicated myself earnestly to reorienting the Federation to meet the challenges, and to pursue the opportunities, of Jewish life in America, this 
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The Iraqi Jewish archive: Should the U.S. send it back?Kansas City Star

But Jewish life in Iraq became precarious starting in the 1930s, as the country fell prey to Nazi propaganda, and after the 1948 founding of Israel, 
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Symphony by the Sea prepares for a memorable journey in Wicked Local

The program will include “Jewish Jazz”: the Klezmer Music performed by Guttmann’s Klezmer All Stars. Taking root in medieval Eastern Europe, 
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Group uniting Jews, Latinos celebrates 10th anniversaryArizona Daily Star

 will take place at Mercado San Agustín on West Congress Street at 3 p.m. The celebration will feature food, along with Mexican and Jewish music
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Rosner’s Torah-Talk: Parashat Bo with Rabbi Zvi Grumet | Rosner’s webmaster@jewishjournal.com

This week’s Torah portion- Parashat Bo (Exodus 10:1-13:16)- features the final three plagues of Egypt, the People of Israel’s departure from Egypt, and 
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Judaism: Mother Nature’s FatherArutz Sheva

Hashem identifies Himself in many ways throughout the Torah, but perhaps most commonly He presents Himself as “the G-d who took us out of 
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Religion briefs for Jan. 4: Torah studies, Yiddish class, Talmud classVentura County Star

The Leonard Bergstein Conejo Jewish Academy is in its 20th year of providing adult education to the community at large on a wide variety of Judaic 
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Receiving the Torah 4 Times – TTA for Parshat BoArutz Sheva

Phil Chernofsky is the educational director of the Orthodox Union’s OU Israel Center in Jerusalem and editor of the Torah Tidbits parsha pamphlet.
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Jewish Top 10s: New Year’s ResolutionsShalom Life

Plus, if you’re living the single life, dinner and a play is way, way cooler than  and giving back is one of the most important parts of living a good life.
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Lives Lived: Rose Djura Shore, 90The Globe and Mail

As Polish Jews in the Second World War, Rose and her family were sent to But their life was marked by the loss of both sons to hemophilia – what 
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Israel tests Arrow missile shield, sees Hezbollah threatThe Jewish Journal of Greater L.A.

“Developing such systems will let Israel maintain routine life despite the threats facing us, and will assist the IDF (Israeli military) in prevailing in 
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Seeing the world from a Jewish child’s perspectiveSan Diego Jewish World

Today Jews live all over the city, but the ghetto boasts a synagogue, a kosher restaurant, and other indications of revived Jewish life. The motto of San 
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In boycotting the boycotters, Hillel is shooting itself in the footHaaretz

By Benjy Cannon / Jewish World blogger | Jan. …. He is deeply involved in collegiate Jewish life at Maryland Hillel and is a J Street U communications 
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Daf Yomi (Hebrew: דף יומי‎) “page [of the] day” or “daily folio”) is a daily regimen undertaken to study the Babylonian Talmud one folio (a daf, or “blatt” in Yiddish, consists of both sides of the page) each day. Under this regimen, the entire Talmud would be completed, one day at a time, in a cycle of seven and a half years.
The novel idea of Jews in all corners of the globe to participate in completing together the entire Talmud, was put forth at the First World Congress of the World Agudath Israel in Vienna in 1923 by Rabbi Meir Shapiro. On the first day of Rosh Hashanah 5684 (11 September 1923) the first cycle began. To strengthen this idea, the Gerrer Rebbe, Rabbi Avraham Mordechai Alter, learned the first daf (folio) of Berakhot in public on that day.

Diaspora Jews frown at Israeli intervention in circumcision debateHaaretz

Jewish communities don’t want to mistakenly be regarded as an extension of the political State of Israel,’ Dutch rabbi says. By JTA | Jan. 3, 2014 | 3:15 
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Edgar Bronfman, philanthropist and Jewish communal leader, dies Jvhri

In 1981, Bronfman became the president of the World Jewish Congress, stepping up the organization’s activism on behalf of Jewish communities 
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Campaigners Rally to Save Historic pre-Holocaust SynagogueArutz Sheva

The Foundation, which was established in 2002 by the the Union of JewishCommunities in Poland and the World Jewish Restitution Organization, 
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Many US Jewish cemeteries in neglectHeritage Florida Jewish News

NEW YORK (JTA)-For years, the historic Jewish cemetery was so  In city after city, local Jewish communities – often, as in Bayside’s case, the local 
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Book examines education’s impact as a pillar of Jewish historyNew Jersey Jewish Standard

This was many centuries earlier than such literacy became prevalent for the rest of the world’spopulation. “Wherever and whenever Jews lived among 
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A light at the end of the tunnelHeritage Florida Jewish News

A few months ago, as I was beginning my tenure at JFGO, a former senior volunteer leader of the United Jewish Communities whom I greatly admire 
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Group uniting Jews, Latinos celebrates 10th anniversaryArizona Daily Star

Chosen members attend meetings once a week at the Jewish Community Center or at the office of Congressman Raúl M. Grijalva, who was 
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Florida federations push Nelson on Iran sanctionsJewish Telegraphic Agency

 him to sign on,” Joyce Garver Keller, who directs Ohio Jewish Communities The Jewish Federation Association of Connecticut has scheduled a 
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YOM in Prague

 02.01.2014

French quartet on the XII. Int. festival of the Czech-German-Jewish culture “Nine Gate” of 25. Juni 2011 in Prague Gerten of the Valdštejn

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The Jewish Queen of Butt-SelfiesJewish Daily Forward (blog)

This morning the New York Post ran a story about an unusual Jewish  On the other hand, her story is just a perfect example of how selfie culture can 
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Direct Recruiters celebrates 30 years of finding the right matchCleveland Jewish News

Building a culture people want to work in is one aspect Shel Myeroff credits to  “That Jewishmentality and those attributes of hard work, honesty and 

 

Stuck @ home in the snow?

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BHDear friends,

As we write this, millions of people across the US Northeast, Midwest and Great Lakes are stranded at home due to the snow and cold. If you live in these areas, please stay safe and warm.

Read below for some great stay-at-home-day resources. If you don’t live in the above areas, feel free to pass this email on to someone who does.

If you are at home with your children, make this day a special day for them. Aside from playing in the snow and having hot cocoa, make a point to pray with them the daily prayers – this can be very helpful. You can also teach them about the weekly Parshah (Torah portion). Check out our Family Parshah sectionwhere you will find Parsha songs, coloring pages, and more!

While we discourage extended screen time for children, if they will be at a computer you might want to consider this entertaining video about the Exodus, or have them play one of our educational games on ourredesigned Kids site.

What about grownups, you ask? Well, first and foremost, don’t forget to usher in Shabbat tonight with warmth and holiness by lighting the Shabbat candles. If you can safely get out to the store to buy Shabbat candles, just know that pretty much any candle will do. Visit Chabad.org/candlelighting for the exact time to light.

If stories are your thing, why not visit our Stories section where you will find hundreds of them for all tastes and styles? And if you would like to watch videos and educate yourself, simply go to Jewish.tv. We especially recommend our large collection on the Parshah. And speaking of Parshah, go toChabad.org/parshah for many thought-provoking articles that discuss themes and concepts found in this week’s Torah portion.

Finally, as Shabbat arrives, when we experience true rest and tranquility, we avoid all kind of computers, tablets or iPhones. So print out our weekly magazine (before the onset of Shabbat) for your enjoyment and reading during Shabbat.

While it is bitter cold outside, we wish you a warm, safe and peaceful Shabbat. May this storm cause no further damage to souls or property. Stay safe!

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First Yerushalayim…..now the US!  Is snow keeping you homebound?  Listen to Jewish History with Rabbi Berel Wein
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Filmed live in Jerusalem and New York, Rabbi Wein – and other highly influential Rabbis and leaders discuss topics relating to life, our people, our homeland and more in an informal setting.Hear their views as they relate their personal experiences and their ideas for the future of the Jewish people. This is your front-row seat to hear the most interesting conversations of the year.

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Rabbi Wein and Rabbi Feldman discuss their lives as young Rabbonim in out of town communities – have an inside look at how these experiences shaped their lives and what lessons they learned that informed their worldview today.

Israel-Then and Now
Rabbi Wein with Ambassador Yehuda Avner
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Ambassador Yehuda Avner has served the State of Israel as a soldier, advisor and statesman. In a fascinating conversation they share memories, anecdotes, opinions and thoughtful insights on Torah, the Jewish people and the State of Israel, past, present and future. A great listen!

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Rabbi Wein with Rabbi Dr. Avraham Twerski
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This live video captures the the essence of two of the most popular Jewish personalities of the century. With warmth and humor, these two very good friends paint a picture of their past and how it affects their views today. 

The Future of Orthodoxy in America
Rabbi Wein with Rabbi Paysach Krohn, Rabbi Elie Abadie
Moderated by Rabbi Yaakov Astor
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Join these three diverse Torah personalities as they discuss issues relating to the changing face of Orthodoxy in the American community. From differing backgrounds and perspectives, each discuss their views from both the Ashkenzic and Sepahrdic point of view.
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Start with the Basics
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Judaism is a religion and culture of books. Beginning with the Bible, Jews revere and produce books as no other people. In this series, Rabbi Wein traces the development through a review of the basic books of Judaism. The history of each of them is really the story of Jewish life and the Jewish people – and it confirms the outside world’s view of the Jews as “the people of the book.”
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 All of Jewish history in five lectures! Become conversant with the fantastic story of the Jewish people over the ages. Buy Rabbi Berel Wein’s “Crash Course in Jewish History” and become knowledgeable in this great story of civilization.
The Jewish story is almost 5,000 years old. It extends from Abraham leaving Mesopotamia until the return of the Jewish people in our time to the Land of Israel. Rabbi Berel Wein’s series of five lectures gives a sense of history to the Jewish story and to the events of all human civilization.

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Chasidic Masters

The Chasidic revolution of the 18th and 19th centuries spawned some of the most colorful and spiritual personalities in Jewish history. In “Chasidic Masters,” Rabbi Berel Wein describes the lives and influences of five of these great leaders- and their individual uniqueness.
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Fruits of Volozhin

From the time of its founding, the yeshiva of Volozhin attracted the cream of the crop of Eastern European Jewry. Under the leadership of the Netziv and Reb Chaim Brisker, the yeshiva reached its peak. With the biographies of the great roshei yeshiva and their prime students, each of whom went on to head a yeshiva of his own, Rabbi Wein shows how the grand tradition set by Volozhin continues to live on.
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Sabbath and Prayer
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 Just as the rabbis said that there are seventy facets to all Torah learning, so are there many different approaches and commentaries to the words of Torah. This series represents some of the thoughts of the great biblical commentators of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Over the past number of years Rabbi Berel Wein has taught portions of these commentaries on Friday mornings at Beit Knesset HaNassi in Jerusalem.
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Rabbi Berel Wein presents the views of the prophets Isaiah, Ezekiel and Deborah on the past and future of the people of Israel – and the almost eternal relationship between those who inhabit Egypt as well as those who co-inhabit the Land of Israel with the Jews. These four haftarot read like current events and not just past history – a must for those of us who wish to truly understand Jewish thought.
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Why is Sabbath observance such a central pillar of Jewish life? Why is it listed among the Ten Commandments, making it one of the ideals of ethical monotheism? Rabbi Berel Wein examines the philosophy of the Sabbath and its observance in Judaism vs.other faiths. As you explore the Sabbath, you’ll confront its unique relationship to every Jewish soul – even yours.
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Psalms (Tehillim) is the prayer book for every Jewish soul. Berel Wein’s journey through its depths and heights of human emotion will teach you how to put life’s events into the perspective of your relationship with God. Explore Tehillim’s spiritual expression of that relationship with Rabbi Wein, a noted lecturer whose insights will change the way you approach the tribulations of life.
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(Über) Leben in Auschwitz (Doku)

 03.01.2014

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Die Ratlosigkeit bleibt bei denen, die sich dem Thema annähern. Die Dokumentation des rbb Fernsehens basiert auf Berichten von sechs Überlebenden. Sie erzählen vom Leben und Sterben in Auschwitz-Birkenau, von der Entmenschlichung durch die KZ- Wärter und die Zustände, von Lebenswillen und Todesangst, von Kälte, Hunger und eigener Verrohung – vom Auschwitz- Alltag. Die Erzählungen werden ergänzt durch Reflexionen über das Leben in Konzentrations- und Vernichtungslagern – in Auschwitz und anderswo; Reflexionen von Menschen, die ihre Lagererfahrung schriftstellerisch “verarbeitet” haben – von Paul Celan bis Imre Kertesz

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Geplant für alle: Besuch im Heimatmuseum Voswinckelshof zur ständigen Ausstellung über das jüdische Leben in Dinslaken. Und eine Führung mit 
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OB Roters: Video-Überwachung gegen fiese SprayerExpress.de

Mangelnde Sauberkeit in Köln, chaotische Stadtplanung, die Kritik am geplanten Jüdischen Museum. Oberbürgermeister Jürgen Roters (64) spricht 
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Wuppertal. Das jüdische Museum in der Begegnungsstätte Alte Synagoge ist lebendig: Immer wieder werden Objekte ausgetauscht und kleinere 
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08/12/13 – Remember the Days of Old: Jewish Consciousness in Historical Context – w/R. Mike Feuer

07.12.2013

Sunday, Dec 12, 2013
Remember the Days of Old – The House of Hasmonean

~ Course Description ~
What is history? This question will drive our class as we search for truth along the path that Am Yisrael has traced through time. If you want to revolutionize your context for learning Torah and understanding our national experience, to infuse history with the depths of Jewish thought, then join this weekly exploration of Jewish consciousness in its historical perspective. We will anchor ourselves in a timeline of people and events, laid out from Daniel to the Zionist era. Our primary task will be to analyze the relationship between world history and the Jewish experience. Our goal will be a holistic vision of Jewish history. In addition to a sound education in the scope of history, this class offers a unique framework for an integrated understanding of the path we have taken through time. Come find the insight the past offers, and taste it’s inspiration for the future.

~ R. Mike Feuer ~
Rav Mike’s teaching style is a mix of desire for rigorous analysis and a passionate love of the poetry found in learning. He approaches learning and teaching as a process of mutual self development between teacher and student.

Rabbi Mike Feuer has learned Torah in a number of Jerusalem area institutions, including Yeshivat HaMivtar, the Mir Yeshiva and Sulam Yaakov. He received his semicha in Shabbat and Issur v’heter from Sulam Yaakov in conjunction with completing the Israeli Rabbinate issur v’heter certification.

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Polish museum looks at Jewish history in Warsaw

25.12.2013
The Best Jewish Film Festivals of 2014Jewish Daily Forward

Now celebrating its 16th year, this annual festival — held in New York at the Center for Jewish History — focuses on the experience, history and 
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“Creation of the Jewish Homeland in Israel and America”Jvhri

Dr. Stephen KaplanFor the past 25 years, Dr. Stephen Kaplan has researched Jewish history and thought as an avocation and has explored the 
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Campaigners Rally to Save Historic pre-Holocaust SynagogueArutz Sheva

The European Union has awarded a grant to a Warsaw-based Jewish  “The synagogues in Krasnik are testimony to the great Jewish history in the 
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Dutch Jews and the slave tradeNew Jersey Jewish Standard

His forthcoming book, a historical novel called “The Jewish Slave,” follows an 18th-century Jewishmerchant and his black slave as they investigate 
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China’s Hidden JewsDaily Beast

In Kaifeng, where Sephardic Jews from the Silk Road settled in the 12th “Some claim that they are Jewish with historical ties, but nothing has been 
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Book examines education’s impact as a pillar of Jewish historyNew Jersey Jewish Standard

Zvi Eckstein, co-author of the 2012 book “The Chosen Few: How Education Shaped Jewish History,” is dean of the School of Economics at the 
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Great expectations for Pawlikowski’s ‘Ida’ and Jewish history museumthenews.pl

In the ‘Museums’ section, the New York Times lists the Museum of the History of Polish Jews, which opened in Warsaw last spring. “Developed by an 
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Baden, Germany Virtual Jewish History Tour | Jewish Virtual Library

Until 1806 the history of the Jews in the margravate of Baden, which subsequently formed the nucleus of the state of Baden, may be summarized 
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MOSHE DAYAN -משה דיין – PART 1

14.01.2011

Moshe Dayan – A WARRIOR’s STORY
my true HERO.

1 part from 4 video.
music – the song – the Israeli singer – Shoshana Damari – for the memoreis
השיר של שושנה דמארי
שושנה דמארי. לאור הזיכרונות. שושנה דמארי. מילים: יחיאל מוהר לחן: משה וילנסקי.

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I don’t own any copyright for this video or the photo or the music, i made this clips only for Education reason and my great admiration for Moshe Dayan.

MOSHE DAYAN -משה דיין – PART 2

MOSHE DAYAN -משה דיין – PART 3

MOSHE DAYAN -משה דיין – PART 4

This Day, January 5, In Jewish History by Mitchell A. LevinCleveland Jewish News (blog)

(As described by The History of the Jewish People)  Cromwell would champion the return of theJews to England, leading to the creation of the 
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This Day in Jewish History / Zionists and Arabs ink first accordHaaretz

Chaim Weizmann, left, wearing an Arab headdress as a sign of friendship, and Emir Faisal ibn Hussein in 1918. Photo by Wikimedia Commons.
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This Day, January 4, In Jewish History by Mitchell A. LevinCleveland Jewish News (blog)

41: The Praetorian Guard killed the Roman Emperor Caligula. Caligula is one of those vile figures whose behavior is dismissed as the acts of crazy 
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