Facebook critics webpage removed over false phishing allegations – ComputerWeekly.com

| October 10, 2020

A coalition of prominent Facebook critics has been forced offline after an internet service provider (ISP) took its webpage down. The Real Facebook Oversight Board (RFOB) a group made up of two dozen academics, activists, lawyers and journalists who have been vocal critics of the social media company was launched last month with the goal of holding Facebook accountable ahead of the upcoming US presidential electionon 3 November

Tik Tok and the spread of antisemitism – San Diego Jewish World

| October 10, 2020

By Michael Laitman, Ph.D PETACH TIKVAH, Israel Online antisemitism is nothing new but now it seems to be widely targeting our vulnerable youth more than ever before. Hidden under false identities, haters freely reveal prejudice, bigotry, and antisemitic views across virtually all the unruled space of social media. Teenagers who identify as Jewish complain of constant hostility on platforms such as Tik Tok, which are increasingly popular among youth

4 Things to Know about Never Again, the Pro-Israel Film that Exposes Anti-Semitism – Crosswalk.com

| October 10, 2020

Long ago, Kasim Hafeez hated Jews.

Felix Klein one year after the attack in Halle: Fears are back – Pledge Times

| October 10, 2020

One year after the attack in Halle, the anti-Semitism officer Felix Klein worries about the Jewish community and criticizes Saxony-Anhalts interior minister. This is where the assassin failed a year ago: the door to the synagogue in Halle Photo: Hendrik Schmidt / dpa taz: Mr

Alumni reflect on Latinx roots in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month | All News | NEWS AND EVENTS – Brandeis University

| October 10, 2020

Alumni Profile To mark Hispanic Heritage Month, which celebrates the histories, cultures and contributions of Americans whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Central and South America, several alumni were invited by the Brandeis Alumni Association to reflect on the inspiration they have drawn from their Latinx heritage in their lifes work, and how their Brandeis experience helped shape their paths. Aileen (Walborsky) Josephs 86 is an immigration attorney in Palm Beach County, Florida, who has been recognized for her defense of immigrants civil and human rights.

Sedra of the Week: Shemini Atzeret | Jewish News – Jewish News

| October 10, 2020

Shemini Atzeret has a dual identity. It falls on the eighth day, immediately after Succot. It is a festival in its own right, but without rituals.Yet, like Succot, our prayers referto it as the time of our happiness (zeman simchateinu).

The Day We Stop in the Name of Love – Jewish Exponent

| October 10, 2020

By Rabbi Shawn ZevitShemini Atzeret On the eighth day (of Sukkot), you will have a holy day it is a day of cessation, of quiet and solemn gathering (Atzeret) (Leviticus 23:36).This Shabbat and weekend depending on whether you celebrate seven or eight days of Sukkot and, depending on this, whether you combine or add on to the eighth day the later celebratory day of Simchat Torah, completing the yearly cycle of Torah reading comes the rather obscure Shemini Atzeret. A part of Sukkot