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The never-ending crisis of Zionism

| December 31, 2017

After a video came out this week of two young Palestinian women slapping Israeli soldiers in the occupied village of Nabi Saleh, the Israeli leftwing group Peace Nowtweeted that thesoldiers were heroes for not responding violently, and issued a statementcommending the soldiers for demonstrating moral fortitude in the face of an attempted stunt to blacken Israels image.

A Brief History of Holocaust Denial – Jewish Virtual Library

| December 30, 2017

This essay will attempt to provide a brief historical review of Holocaust denial. For an in-depth treatment of this question, the reader is referred to two major works on the subject: Lucy S

Mapping the DNA sequence of Ashkenazi Jews – Jpost.com

| December 29, 2017

Ultra-Orthodox Jews are taught in school.. (photo credit: REUTERS) Genomic research of Ashkenazi Jews will soon become more effective and personalized, thanks to the creation of a data resource at Columbia University in Manhattan. The team, which includes experts from 11 labs in Israel and New York City, focused on Ashkenazim because of their demographic history of genetic isolation and the resulting abundance of population-specific mutations and high prevalence of rare genetic disorders.

Sephardic | Etsy

| December 26, 2017

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"Genetics of Ashkenazi Jewish origins " by Doron M. Behar …

| December 26, 2017

Authors Doron M. Behar, Rambam Health Care Campus, IsraelFollowMait Metspalu, Estonian Biocentre, Evolutionary Biology Group, EstoniaYael Baran, Tel-Aviv University, IsraelNaama M. Kopelman, Tel-Aviv University, IsraelBayazit Yunusbayev, Estonian Biocentre, Evolutionary Biology Group, EstoniaAriella Gladstein, University of ArizonaShay Tzur, Rambam Health Care Campus, IsraelHavhannes Sahakyan, Estonian Biocentre, Evolutionary Biology Group, EstoniaArdeshir Bahmanimehr, Institute of Molecular Biology, National Academy of Sciences, ArmeniaLevon Yepiskoposyan, Institute of Molecular Biology, National Academy of Sciences, ArmeniaKristiina Tambets, Estonian Biocentre, Evolutionary Biology Group, EstoniaElza K.

Jews – Wikipedia

| December 25, 2017

This article is about the Jewish people. For their religion, see Judaism.JewsHebrew: (Yehudim)Total population14.417.5 million[1]Regions with significant populationsIsrael6,484,500[2]United States5,300,0006,800,000[1][3]France460,000[1]Canada388,000[1]United Kingdom290,000[1]Argentina180,700[1]Russia179,500[1]Germany117,000[1]Australia113,000[1]Brazil94,200[1]South Africa69,500[1]Ukraine56,000[1]Hungary47,600[1]Mexico40,000[1]Netherlands29,900[1]Belgium29,500[1]Italy27,400[1]Switzerland18,800[1]Chile18,300[1]Uruguay17,000[1]Turkey15,500[1]Sweden15,000[1]Rest of the world167,400[1]Languages Jews (/duz/;[12]Hebrew: ISO 259-3 Yehudim, Israeli pronunciation [jehudim]), also known as Jewish people, are an ethnoreligious group[13] and a nation[14][15][16] originating from the Israelites,[17][18][19] or Hebrews,[20][21] of the Ancient Near East

Talmud and Midrash | Judaism | Britannica.com

| December 24, 2017

Opposition to the Talmud Despite the central place of the Talmud in traditional Jewish life and thought, significant Jewish groups and individuals have opposed it vigorously. The Karaite sect in Babylonia, beginning in the 8th century, refuted the oral tradition and denounced the Talmud as a rabbinic fabrication

On Talmud – TorahDownloads

| December 24, 2017

Speaker Filter Box: All Speakers in TalmudAustern, Rabbi Elkanah Baddiel, Rabbi Shmuel Eliezer Balter, Rabbi Chaim Basser, Rabbi Yitzchok Berger, Rabbi Yosef Berman, Rabbi Yehoshua Bertman, Rabbi Gershon Biron, Rabbi Moshe Chaim Buckler, Rabbi Reuven Eichorn, Rabbi Eliezer Elyashiv, Rabbi Yosef Shalom Feinstein, Rabbi Moshe Frank, Rabbi Michoel Garfinkel, Rabbi Aaron Gelbfish, Rabbi Levi Greenberg, Rabbi Naftali Grossman, Rabbi Dovid Grossman, Rabbi Yitzhak Heber, Rabbi Yosi Hilewitz, Rabbi Chaim Kahn, Rabbi Yudah Kaplan, Rabbi Nissan Karmel, Rabbi Yaakov Katz, Rabbi Yaakov Moshe Kestenbaum, Rabbi Moshe Don Kilstein, Rabbi Avraham Krancer, Rabbi Dan Krohn, Rabbi Avrohom Langer, Rabbi Levi Levine, Rabbi Menachem Lieberman, Rabbi Yankel Lopiansky, Rabbi Ahron Mernick, Rabbi Moe Metz, Rabbi Yacov Perlstein, Rabbi Shlomo Pfeiffer, Rabbi Hillel Yosef Pransky, Rabbi Doniel Reich, Rabbi Eli Reingold, Rabbi Eliyahu Reis, Rabbi Baruch Rhine, Rabbi Mordechai Schechter, Rabbi Yitzchok Schorr, Rabbi Avraham Schorr, Rabbi Avroham Schorr, Rabbi Avroham Schorr, Rabbi Nachman Sherwinter, Rabbi Eliezer Shurkin, Rabbi Yaakov Moishe Sonnenschein, Rabbi Yosef Sorscher, Rabbi Aharon Sorscher, Rabbi Aharon Spira, Rabbi Yechiel Tanenbaum, Rabbi Ephraim Turin, Rabbi Mayer Turin, Rabbi Meir Baruch Walden, Rabbi Ari Winter, Rabbi Menachem

Babylonian Talmud [Full Text]

| December 23, 2017

Seder Nezikin (Damages) Seder Zeraim (Seeds) Berachot Pe’ah Demai Kilayim Shevi’it Terumot Ma’asrote Ma’aser Sheni Hallah Orlah Bikkurim Seder Nashim (Women) Yevamot Ketubot Nedarim Kiddushin Seder Kodashim (Holies) Zevahim Menachot Hullin Bechorot Arachin Temurah Keritot Me’ilah Tamid Middot Kinnim Seder Tehorot (Purities) Keilim Oholot Nega’im Parah Tehorot Mikva’ot Niddah Machshirin Zavim Tevul Yom Yadayim Uktzim 1.Tenanof the original–We have learned in a Mishna;Tania–We have, learned in a Boraitha;Itemar–It was taught.2. Questions are indicated by the interrogation point, and are immediately followed by the answers, without being so marked.3.

Mizrachi (religious Zionism) – Wikipedia

| December 20, 2017

The Mizrachi (Hebrew: , Tnuat HaMizrahi, an acronym for Merkaz Ruhani lit. Religious centre) is the name of the religious Zionist organization founded in 1902 in Vilnius at a world conference of religious Zionists called by Rabbi Yitzchak Yaacov Reines. Bnei Akiva, which was founded in 1929, is the youth movement associated with Mizrachi


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