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Ashkenazi: No one is talking about annexation anymore – The Jerusalem Post

| July 31, 2020

Neither Jerusalem nor Washington is discussing extending Israels sovereignty to parts of Judea and Samaria, Foreign Minister Gabi Ashkenazi said on Wednesday.Asked on Army Radio if annexation is off the agenda, Ashkenazi responded: No one is talking about it, justifiably Not the Americans, either at the moment.Ashkenazi said he speaks to his US counterpart, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, on a weekly basis.US President Donald Trumps peace plan would allow Israel to apply its laws to up to 30% of Judea and Samaria, including all settlements and the Jordan Valley. The rest of the West Bank would the designated for a Palestinian state, to be established along with a massive international aid package if the Palestinian Authority and Hamas meet certain conditions, including demilitarization and granting its people civil rights. Both Palestinian factions rejected the plan.Despite the topic of expanding Israeli sovereignty not coming up in almost a month, Ashkenazi added: I cant say for sure that it is off the agenda.If it comes back, without harming existing [peace] agreements and in dialogue with our neighbors you will hear our stance again, he said.Ashkenazi referred to July 1, the earliest date the coalition agreement between Blue and White and Likud would have allowed Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to bring sovereignty moves to a vote: There was nothing holy about that date, other than the people of Israel and their security.Irish Foreign Minister Simon Coveney, however, said that he spoke about annexation plans with his Israeli counterpart and with Pompeo, Irish news site The Journal reported.We should do everything we can to discourage the annexation of land that is not Israeli land, Coveney said in the Irish parliament on Tuesday.

Uzbekistan Jews fight to save 124-year-old synagogue from demolition – Cleveland Jewish News

| July 31, 2020

(JTA) A construction firm in Uzbekistan is attempting to have a 124-year-old synagogue demolished to make way for a luxury apartment complex, according to a Russian-Jewish publication.

Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Genetic Testing at a Hereditary Breast and Ovarian Cancer Center – DocWire News

| July 31, 2020

This article was originally published here J Gen Intern Med.

Op-ed: Proudly Jewish. Proudly gay. Reluctantly white – The Brown and White

| July 31, 2020

Rabbi Steve Nathan is the endowed director of Jewish Student Life at Lehigh and also serves as an associate chaplain. He can be reached at [emailprotected] The opinions expressed in this article are those of the author alone. For as long as I can remember, being Jewish has been my primary identity.

Turkey Over Pork for BBQ? For One NYC Chef, the Bird Is The Word. – InsideHook

| July 31, 2020

Pulkies hand-sliced pastrami turkey breast. NOAH FECKS Be it smoked, pulled or slow-roasted and doused in sauce, pork is the meat that anchors the menus of most barbecue joints across the country. But at Pulkies, a Jewish-style BBQ restaurant that recently began operating out of out a kitchen in Chelsea Market in the heart of Manhattan, it is nowhere to be found.

Coming Events, August 2020 – The Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle

| July 31, 2020

Sunday, Aug. 2 Israeli Quarantine Concert Israel Center of Milwaukee Jewish Federation to hold an Israeli quarantine concert on Aug.

Five Rafale jets on way, India ups diplomatic game against China – The Indian Express

| July 31, 2020

Written by Shubhajit Roy | New Delhi | Updated: July 28, 2020 7:51:49 am The crew of the first batch of Rafale aircraft prepare to take off from Merignac on Monday.

Synagogue service times: Week of July 31 | Synagogues – Cleveland Jewish News

| July 31, 2020

Conservative AGUDATH BNAI ISRAEL: Meister Road at Pole Ave., Lorain.

High Holidays during the pandemic: Will people pay synagogue dues? – The Jewish News of Northern California

| July 31, 2020

Like many synagogues, Temple Bnai Hayim used to rely on the High Holiday season to survive financially. The small Conservative synagogue in Southern California would receive the lions share of its revenue in the run-up to the holidays: Members sent in their annual dues, which included entry to High Holiday services, and non-members purchased tickets just for the High Holidays

In-person High Holy Days? Yes, no and maybe. – The Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle

| July 31, 2020

As the pandemic continues to worsen locally, with limited worldwide information and experience to draw from, Milwaukeearea synagogues are pursuing varying strategies for the approaching High Holy Days in September . For Congregation Emanu-El of Waukesha, the usual plans for in-person High Holidays services have been set aside. Unless things change quite a bit, at this point it does not look likely for that happening, said Cantor Deborah Martin of the Reform shul


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