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Exeter Synagogue

| September 21, 2017

Membership We welcome anyone who is Jewish to become a member of the Congregation.

‘Time for a joint haredi list’ – Arutz Sheva

| August 23, 2017

Haredi unity? Ministers Litzman and Deri FLASH90 Debates within the United Torah Judaism party over the division of power and mutual recriminations over the poor performance of haredi factions in the 2015 election continued last week, as representatives of Shas and UTJ discussed the future of haredi politics at a gathering in Yeshivat Ohr Yisrael in Netanya.

There is no real way of understanding what Jewishness means unless we understand what it meant – Tablet Magazine

| August 22, 2017

Literary criticAdam Kirschis readinga page of Talmuda day, along with Jews around the world. For readers who are following the Daf Yomi cycle, this month marks a major anniversary

Is Zionism "Creepy"? The Question at the Heart of a Social-Media Controversy Deserves an Answer – Council on Foreign Relations (blog)

| August 19, 2017

This article was originally published here on on Sunday, August 13, 2017. Is Zionism creepy?

Chabad Teen Time Gets Double Boost – Atlanta Jewish Times

| August 16, 2017

To foster a stronger connection between youths and their identity within the Jewish community, Chabad of Cobb welcomed Rabbi Gedalya Hertz and his wife, Ruthy, as the congregations new youth directors July 1. The Hertzes look forward to increasing engagement among teens in public schools and Jewish day schools in North Fulton and East Cobb to facilitate a greater appreciation for their heritage. The couple met after Rabbi Hertzs sister introduced them while Ruthy was living with her in Israel

Why the Talmud Is the Most Important Text in Judaism – Algemeiner

| August 11, 2017

Email a copy of “Why the Talmud Is the Most Important Text in Judaism” to a friend A Talmud from Vienna, dating back to 1793. Photo: National Archives and Records Administration. It is always assumed that the most important text of Judaism is the Torah.

Alan Grabinsky – Tablet Magazine

| August 11, 2017

As a child, Haim Casas would walk the streets of the Jewish Quarter in Cordoba with his grandfather, talking about the citys past. He planted a seed in me, Casas told me via Skype from San Roque, a Spanish town close to Gibraltar

First Read For Aug 11 – Jewish Week

| August 11, 2017

Glen Campbell, Messianic Jew, has died at 81 Glen Campbell, the country music star who died this week at 81 from Alzheimers disease, was a Messianic Jew for the last two decades of his life, JTA reports. He and his wife Kim attended services at a synagogue near their home in Malibu, and they celebrated major Jewish holidays, such as Passover, Rosh Hashanah and Hanukkah. Messianic Judaism combines Jewish traditions with the idea that Jesus Christ is the coming Messiah.

A factual fictional look inside Brooklyn’s Hasidic community – The Boston Globe

| August 11, 2017

Menashe Lusting (left) with Menashe director Joshua Weinstein. Its hard to make a documentary when your subjects wont talk to you

Brandeis course fields competition between Team Latke and Team Hamentashn – Brandeis University

| August 11, 2017

Are you Team Latke or Team Hamentashn? By Julian Cardillo 14 and Caroline CataldoAug. 10, 2017 Deciding which of these two Jewish culinary staples is the most quintessentially Jewish would be much easier if there was a cook-off, tasting and debate pitting one against the other.

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