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The Survivors’ Talmud: When the US Army Printed the Talmud – The Jewish Voice

| August 8, 2020

By: Dr. Yvette Alt Miller As World War II drew to a close in 1945, survivors of the Nazi death camps tried to rebuild their shattered lives in Displaced Person (DP) camps, many of which were housed in the very concentration camps in which Nazis had recently tortured and murdered Jews and others. On September 29, over three months after the end of the war in Europe, US President Harry S

Is COVID-19 the death of the synagogue? – The Jerusalem Post

| August 8, 2020

The Hebrew word hefker represents the concept of total disarray. It means there is no organizational structure. It is a form of anarchy.

Berlin: ‘New Synagogue’ Celebrates 25th Anniversary of Reopening – The Berlin Spectator

| August 8, 2020

For many reasons, Berlins New Synagogue is a very special building. First of all, its beauty is undeniable. Also, it is of high importance to Berlins Jews as well as their history.

Religion events online and in-person in the San Fernando Valley area, Aug. 8-15 – LA Daily News

| August 8, 2020

Most religious congregation continue to hold services and classes/lectures online only due to the coronavirus pandemic concerns and restrictions. Services and other religious gatherings may take place outdoors if social distancing and mask-wearing are observed. Here is a sampling of upcoming services and events.

Grace and remembrance – Arkansas Online

| August 8, 2020

In the Jacobs home, Shabbat has become synonymous with two things: Facebook Live and Shira Averbuch, the ukulele-playing, golden-voiced singer who serves as the artist-in-residence at B'nai Jeshurun, a nearly 200-year-old synagogue on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. "Shabbat Shalom!" she begins, warmly greeting each of the children listening from home. "I'm so happy you're all here.

On the internet, no one knows if youre atoning – Forward

| August 8, 2020

Isnt that Franny from Fire Island? my husband asked as a well-dressed woman stepped up to the bimah to greet the rabbi

A lonely, angry and deadly anti-Semite – The Jewish Star

| August 8, 2020

By Ben Cohen At high school, he made no friends and didnt belong to any clubs. He liked girls, but having a girlfriend was beyond his abilities. Academically, he was undistinguished, doing well in biology but failing in English.

The lonely, angry anti-Semite rises – Cleveland Jewish News

| August 8, 2020

At high school, he made no friends and didnt belong to any clubs. He liked girls, but having a girlfriend was beyond his abilities.

Celebrate Rosh Hashanah With These Prayers to Welcome the New Year – WomansDay.com

| August 8, 2020

Rosh Hashanah is one of the holiest days of the year for Jews. It is the Jewish new year, and it is a major time of prayer, reflection on the year that's just passed, and setting intentions for the year ahead.

Yeshiva Education – The Best of Both (OPINION) – BKLYNER – BKLYNER

| August 8, 2020

Pincus Orlander My great-great-uncle, Rabbi Levi Yitchok Gruenwald, fled Vienna after the Anschluss in 1938 and came to New York City with my grandparents where he started his own congregation. His Williamsburg-based synagogue included a yeshiva with dual curriculum within its education system, focusing on the faith as well as skills to live in New York.


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