Blue and White leaders divided over Netanyahu’s proposal – Arutz Sheva

| December 14, 2019

The leaders of the Blue and White party are in disagreement as the Knesset is set to be dissolved and some members of the party wish to explore the possibility of forming a unity government. Kan 11 News reported on Sunday evening that MK Gabi Ashkenazi is pressuring his colleagues in the party leadership to consider Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's proposal to form a unity government. A source in the party said that Ashkenazis biggest opponent is MK Yair Lapid who strongly opposes the idea and is vetoing any contacts with the Likud

Around the world in 11 puddings – SBS

| December 14, 2019

Australian sourdough bread pudding Maybe the bread pudding started with the British, but Australia has beautiful bakeries, and we all love sourdough! So what do we do when it goes stale or we have off-cuts? This is a great warming dessert or sliced and served with tea. Rich, flavoursome and very economical to make.

3 Hanukkah gifts for the liturgy lover in your life – The Jewish News of Northern California

| December 14, 2019

For some people on your holiday shopping list, a standard gift just wont do it. Im talking about the erudite, shul-going Jew with shelves of Judaica and Jewish texts. For these discerning folks, I recommend three recent siddurs, each with unique features and looks: a practical, daily siddur, a new Renewal siddur and the worlds first egalitarian Sephardi siddur (my favorite).

Native Earth Performing Arts to Present THIS IS HOW WE GOT HERE – Broadway World

| December 14, 2019

Native Earth Performing Arts will present its production of the 2018 Governor General-nominated play This Is How We Got Here, written and directed by Keith Barker, featuring Kristopher Bowman, Tamara Podemski, James Dallas Smith and Michaela Washburn on January 26-February 16, 2020. Lucille, Paul, Liset, and Jim - best friends, sisters, spouses stumble in the dark one year after a tragic loss.

Bringing a Torah to Tanzania – The Jewish Standard

| December 14, 2019

How does it feel to give a sefer Torah to a Jewish community that needs it? It would have to feel deeply moving, no matter where the community is

New NY Staging Of Yiddish Operetta ‘The Sorceress’ Is Sure To Charm – Jewish Week

| December 14, 2019

As the lights dim, the spell is cast. The Sorceress is back, and speaking her mother tongue in lower Manhattan

‘Miracle’ Door That Prevented Yom Kippur Massacre at German Synagogue to Become Work of Art – Algemeiner

| December 14, 2019

Flowers and candles are seen outside the synagogue in Halle, Germany, Oct. 10, 2019, after two people were killed in a shooting

President and CEO of JFNA Eric Fingerhut goes one-on-one with the CJN – Cleveland Jewish News

| December 14, 2019

Eric D. Fingerhut, president and CEO of Jewish Federations of North America, spoke about FedLab, the global Jewish agenda of JFNA, and his personal affiliations as a Jew, during a wide-ranging interview with the Cleveland Jewish News. Fingerhut, who was in Cleveland on Dec

20 Biggest Crime Stories of the Year – 24/7 Wall St.

| December 14, 2019

By John Harrington and Samuel StebbinsDecember 13, 2019 7:08 pm As 2019 fades into history, America ruefully looks back on another year of mass murders, bias-inspired crimes, child and sex abuse cases, fraud involving the privileged class, and other misdeeds. Using media sources such as The New York Times, National Public Radio, and The Associated Press, 24/7 Wall St. reviewed hundreds of popular news stories to create a list of the years biggest crime stories

Chapter 6 From inspiration to action, Sosua75 is conceived – Dominican Today

| December 14, 2019

Renn Loren Returning to our ongoing series feature story, we covered a lot of ground in the first 5 Chapters of Hugh Bavers life and his journey to Sosua. Beginning with his adoption and early childhood years, we learned of his developing love for the sport of baseball and commitment to his Jewish upbringing. Significantly influencing his future steps, now coming more clearly into focus is how the Dominican Republic and the Jewish origins of the region ultimately attracted him here