Dr. Ronnie Perelis Receives a Grant for Translating the Americas – Yu News

| May 22, 2020

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The borough’s nursing and midwife heroines of the First World War – Bury Times

| May 22, 2020

AT the outbreak of the First World War people from all walks of life took up the call to do their bit for King and country. While men enlisted in the armed forces, many thousands of women, mainly from the middle classes, signed up to become Red Cross nurses in the new Voluntary Aid Detachments. Known as VADs, these selfless women took up unpaid positions in military and auxilliary hospitals, both overseas, close to the front, and back at home

Back to shul: Worshipers return to houses of prayer for first time in 2 months – The Times of Israel

| May 22, 2020

Religious worshipers returned to synagogues, mosques and churches for the first time in almost two months Wednesday morning, as houses of prayer across the country reopened under new coronavirus guidelines.

Missouri’s old in-person voting rules risks lives. My Jewish faith supports life and absentee voting. – NBC News

| May 22, 2020

For as long as I can remember I understood that religious observance entailed obligation.

Receiving the Torah This Shavuot in Living Rooms Around the World – Tips on how to read the Ten Commandments at home, inspiration for the holiday,…

| May 22, 2020

Even as the world takes baby steps towards reopening the economy and returning to a semblance of business as usual, its clear that many will remain shut in for some time and that many communal institutions, including some synagogues, will remain closed for the foreseeable future. To serve those shut in for Shavuot, which begins this year at sunset on Thursday, May 28 and ends at nightfall on Saturday, May 30, the Chabad.org editorial team has created a cornucopia of tools and resources to help them celebrate and relive the Sinai experience in their own living rooms

Will Israel Apply Sovereignty to Parts of Judea and Samaria? – Algemeiner

| May 22, 2020

US Ambassador to Israel David Friedman with Efrat regional council head Oded Revivi, and the heads of local councils in Judea and Samaria, during a visit to Efrat on Feb.

Loss and Livestreams: End-of-Life in the Age of COVID – Loudoun Now

| May 22, 2020

Debra Tanner and Mark Shapiro arent part of the daily tally of Loudouns COVID-19 losses.

The Israeli police unit that built the case against Adolf Eichmann, and was forgotten – Haaretz

| May 22, 2020

On Monday, May 23, 1960, Sgt. Hannah Yacobsohn concluded her workday in the forensic services department at National Police Headquarters, located in Tel Aviv at the time. On the way to the bus that would take her home to Holon she noticed a special edition of a newspaper on sale: Adolf Eichmann was in Israel

Is the right-religious bloc starting to disintegrate? – The Jerusalem Post

| May 22, 2020

At the time this article was written, it wasnt yet clear whether the new government would be sworn in, or whether the crisis within Netanyahus right-religious bloc would finally lead to the Knesset dissolving on Thursday, leading to a fourth election. Nobody really knows whether Netanyahus preference at this juncture is to resolve the crisis and get Israels 35th government sworn in, or new elections, which opinion polls predict would probably end with a clear victory for the right-religious bloc, not least of all because the center-left bloc has broken up into pieces