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DAILY BRIEFING South Mission Beach cleanup Greek cafe coming to La Jolla and Organic Harvest Month – A round-up of news community and business briefs…

| September 9, 2020

DAILY BRIEFING South Mission Beach cleanup, Greek cafe coming to La Jolla, and Organic Harvest Month IPA infused organic chicken kabobs. A round-upof news, community, and business briefs from sdnews.com highlighting whats happening in our community

Jews banished by Austria offered a chance to reclaim citizenship – The Jewish Star

| September 9, 2020

By Toby Axelrod, JTA Caroline Wellberys father, the late German literary scholar Egon Schwarz, fled Austria with his family after the Nazis annexed the country in 1938, when he was 15. Schwarz ended up studying in the United States and then teaching at Harvard and Washington University in St. Louis

Anti-Union Progressives – The American Prospect

| September 9, 2020

Since its founding in 1867, Brooklyn Friends School has highlighted its Quaker valuesits website notes that those values include community: taking care of one another and equality: honoring each person and working against oppression. Considering the schools progressive traditions, many Brooklyn Friends families and alumni were stunned when school officials disclosed in mid-August that they had asked the Trump National Labor Relations Board to kick out the union representing 400 of its employees. The school, with minimum tuition of $46,400 a year, asked the labor board to invoke a two-month-old NLRB decision and declare that as a religious institution, Brooklyn Friends no longer had to recognize or bargain with its union.

Delegation from Chad to meet with Netanyahu, Ashkenazi – The Jerusalem Post

| September 9, 2020

A senior delegation from Chad arrived in Israel on Tuesday to promote ties between the countries.The delegation is led by Deputy Director of Chad's civil cabinet Abdelkerim Idriss Dby, who is also the son of Chad's President Idriss Dby. He is set to meet with his Israeli counterpart, National Security Adviser Meir Ben-Shabbat.Dby is also expected to meet with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Foreign Minister Gabi Ashkenazi, Intelligence Minister Eli Cohen and others.Israel and Chad broke off relations in 1973, following the Yom Kippur War, when 30 African states cut ties with Israel.The countries renewed relations in 2018, and Chad's president visited Israel later that year. Netanyahu went to Chad the following year.Chad, which has been engaged in a yearslong battle with the Boko Haram terrorist group, seeks Israeli arms and security and intelligence expertise, as well as water-use technology and better ties with the US.For Israel, ties with Chad reinforces the message sent by normalizing relations with the UAE and Kosovo, that Muslim states can cooperate with Israel even when there is not peace with the Palestinians

The long and sweet history of honey cake – The Jewish Star

| September 9, 2020

By Laura Williams, The Nosher Honey cake has had a long and diverse evolution. From breadcrumbs mashed with honey came the sweet and spiced cake we know today

Former Israeli Diplomats on Abraham Accord Signing: What’s the Rush? – The Media Line

| September 9, 2020

UAE-Israel normalization agreement is to be signed at White House next week The United States announced on Tuesday that it would host delegations from Israel and United Arab Emirates next week for a special signing ceremony at the White House, barely one month after word of the Abraham Accord between the Jewish state and the Gulf nation first broke. The breakneck speed with which the official White House ceremony was announced surprised several former members of Israeli diplomatic negotiation teams, who shared with The Media Line their thoughts about the curious turn of events

Via Maris Is Bringing Modern Design to Judaica With a Set of Must-Haves for the Jewish Home – Vogue

| September 9, 2020

So she set out to see if she could design her own piece, and fell down a rabbit hole of images and information, falling in love all over again with her heritage. I read about these objects that had always existed in the background, and Id never given them much thought, she says

Chad rumored to consider opening mission in Jerusalem – Al-Monitor

| September 9, 2020

Sep 9, 2020 A top official from Chad told the Israeli pressTuesdaythat his country would be willing to open a diplomatic mission in Jerusalem. The official was part of a senior Chadian delegationthat arrived to Jerusalem at the invitation of Israels National Security Council. Headed by Chads cabinet chairAbdelkarim Deby, the delegation met yesterday and today with a series of Israeli top officialsincludingPrime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Foreign Minister Gabi Ashkenazi, Intelligence Minister Eli Cohen and National Security Council chief Meir ben Shabbat

The left and the right are both wrong: For American Jews, Zionism is not political. – Forward

| September 9, 2020

Among all the things Jewish students have missed out on in the age of COVID-19 is the Birthright trip. Since last spring, tens of thousands of young Jews havent been able to have that transformational moment, that Aha experience, that intense feeling of connectedness, that many didnt even know they were missing

The resurgence of ‘Political Zionism’ – JNS.org

| September 9, 2020

(September 8, 2020 / JNS) The recent agreement between Israel and the United Arab Emirates, along with the Trump Peace to Prosperity vision that many consider to have been the catalyst for the normalization of relations between the two countries, together mark the most significant and resounding achievements of Political Zionism since the 1947 U.N. Partition Plan vote, and perhaps since the 1920 San Remo conference. Since 1947, Israel has been in a continuous diplomatic limbo with regard to her borders and territory, and in her relations with her Arab-Muslim neighbors in the Middle East.


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