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Violent acts weigh on Jewish youth | News, Sports, Jobs – The – Lewistown Sentinel

| January 11, 2020

AP photo Chana Blum, 14, recites a blessing after lighting candles for Shabbat dinner Jan. 3 in her family's home in New York. Two days later, Blum joined her older sister at the No Hate, No Fear solidarity march organized by New Yorks Jewish community in response to the recent string in anti-Semitic attacks.

Top Jewish moments from the Golden Globes: Tarantino’s Hebrew, Haddish’s necklace, Joey King’s dress – The Jewish News of Northern California

| January 11, 2020

As always, the Golden Globes was a coming together of some of Hollywoods biggest Jewish talents. There werent many Jewish award winners at the glitzy ceremony on Jan

I was skeptical about the march against anti-Semitism. I was wrong – The Times of Israel

| January 11, 2020

The decision to take our kids to Sundays No Hate, No Fear Solidarity March did not come easily. At least, not at first. Its hard to say what, precisely, gave me pause.

Letter: Anti-Zionism is anti-Semitism – New Haven Register

| January 11, 2020

Published 12:20pm EST, Thursday, January 9, 2020 When Jared Kushner said, anti-Zionism is anti-Semitism, he was completely accurate. Anyone who read President Trumps executive order knows it clearly states that it does not diminish or infringe upon the rights protected under any other provision of law, that is, the right to free speech. It does, however, provide a means to address anti-Semitism disguised as anti-Zionism that is destroying free speech on college campuses, where Jewish students and other supporters of Israel have been shouted down, defamed, vilified and physically menaced

Zionist critic runs for Zionist Congress – The Jewish Standard

| January 11, 2020

Peter Beinart entered the American Jewish communal conversation in 2010 with an article in the New York Review of Books, The Failure of the American Jewish Establishment. There, the already former editor of the New Republic argued that by ignoring Israels continuing occupation of the West Bank, Jewish leadership was alienating a generation of young American Jews.

Analyzing the Religious-Zionist debacle – The Jerusalem Post

| January 11, 2020

The elections of 2019 administered various shocks, one of them to the Religious-Zionist sector. There is a real possibility that in the next government, even in the next Knesset, the Religious-Zionist camp could find itself without representation.This new political reality appears to reflect a long-term erosion of the Religious-Zionist position in Israeli society. Writing in Makor Rishon on November 15, Ariel Schnabel cited a survey indicating that only 54% of the children of Religious-Zionists retain that affiliation as adults (for secularists it is 90%, for haredim/ultra-Orthodox 94%).It is time to consider the causes of this trend, and what if anything can be done to reverse it.

The Unpublished Writings of a Pioneering Religious Zionist Thinker – Mosaic

| January 11, 2020

In 1884twelve years before Theodor Herzl published The Jewish State, and thirteen before the First Zionist Congressthe Russian rabbi Shmuel Mohilever joined the secular Jewish physician Leon Pinsker in founding the ibat Tsiyon, an organization dedicated to building a Jewish homeland in Ottoman Palestine. But it was Mohilevers disciple, Rabbi Isaac Jacob Reines, who laid the foundations for religious Zionism as it is known today.

The Mind of a Zionist Revolutionary | Jewish & Israel News – Algemeiner

| January 11, 2020

A Jewish truck that was attacked by Arab irregulars on the main road to Jerusalem, 1948. Photo: Wikimedia Commons. This Hebrew month, Tevet, marks the 24th anniversary of the death of Dr

Zionists Invent Way to Create Water Out of Thin Air – Israellycool

| January 11, 2020

Ho humjust an appliance that produces water out of thin air. GENNY, the Israeli-innovated home appliance that generates water out of thin air, was named the Consumer Technology Associations Energy Efficiency Product of the Year in the 2020 Smart Home Mark of Excellence Awards at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas Wednesday night an award series that annually recognizes the tech industrys top smart home innovations.

In Jerusalem, thousands of Israeli women mark the end of 7 years of daily Talmud study – Religion News Service

| January 11, 2020

JERUSALEM (RNS) For the past seven and a half years, six days a week, Michelle Cohen Farber has been teaching one page of Talmud a day a practice known as Daf Yomi to a group of dedicated Orthodox Jewish women in her dining room, and a few hundred other people the vast majority of them women through her podcasts. On Saturday (Jan. 4), they made it to the last page of the Talmud


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