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My Turn: What will we bear witness to as truth as we head into 2021? – The Recorder

| December 30, 2020

What will we witness in 2021? In a startling Tweet that went viral, Jodi Doering, RN, a nurse in South Dakota, described caring for COVID-19 deniers, patients who believed the coronavirus was a hoax. During a rare night off, she lamented on Twitter: I cant help but think of the COVID patients the last few days.

Lipstadt and Eisen sign on to roster of those who minimize the Holocaust – JNS.org

| December 30, 2020

(December 28, 2020 / JNS) The acrimony between never-Trumpers and pro-Trumpers has generated some fiery accusations from both sides. As a Jew who admires what President Donald Trump has done in the interest of the United States to promote peace in the Middle East and to bring security to Israel, but who is appalled by his extravagant narcissism and capriciousness, I tolerate what many regard as extreme abuse hurled in print at Trump and his supporters.

The War Against the Haredim – City Journal

| December 30, 2020

In late 2014, I met with Naftuli Moster, a bright and charismatic graduate student at Hunter College who grew up in Brooklyns Hasidic community. He was interested in studying Hasidic parents attitudes toward secular (nonreligious) educationan area that I have long researched and written about. I gave him the best guidance I could: how to write a survey, how to get buy-in from the community, whether to use Yiddish or English, and how to ensure that his sample was as representative as possible

How To Overcome COVID Vaccine Hesitancy: Try Truth From Trusted Messengers : Shots – Health News – NPR

| December 30, 2020

A Hasidic man and medical workers cross paths near the Maimonides Medical Center in Brooklyn, N.Y., in November. When public health messaging comes from community leaders, it's much more likely to be adopted, research on diverse groups finds.

Why ‘Unorthodox’ scared Shira Haas and how she got over it – Los Angeles Times

| December 30, 2020

Hello! Im Yvonne Villarreal. Welcome to another edition of the companion newsletter to our recently launched The Envelope: The Podcast, where my cohost Mark Olsen and I bring you highlights from each weeks episode throughout awards season. The Golden Globes drew criticism last week when it was reported that Lee Isaac Chungs Minari, one of this years most acclaimed American films, would be classified as a foreign-language film because its dialogue is primarily in Korean.

In the Year of a Cure, One Disease Still Can’t Be Licked – Jewish Journal

| December 30, 2020

This year of global illness is coming to an end just in time to administer a cure.

In Loving Memory: Obituaries Of The Week December 27, 2020 – Smokey Barn News

| December 30, 2020

Now Open! Greenbrier, TN In Loving Memory: Obituaries Dec.

‘Boxing never lies’ – Ryan Garcia ready to prove he’s more than a social media star – ESPN

| December 30, 2020

7:15 AM ET Mark KriegelESPN SAN DIEGO -- It's not what I'd expect of a Gen Z playlist, much less from a fighter losing himself in the imagined aggressions of shadowboxing: "Married Life," better known as the theme from "Up," Debussy's "Clair de Lune" and Bach's Cello Suite No. 1 in G major.

Foreign Minister Gabi Ashkenazi will not run in Gantz’s party – Haaretz.com

| December 30, 2020

Foreign Minister Gabi Ashkenazi announced on Wednesdays that he will not run with Benny Gantz's Kahol Lavan party in the upcoming election. Ashkenazi said he is "taking time off to consider his options," and thanked Gantz for their partnership. Ashkenazi stressed that Kahol Lavan offered an alternative to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, but decided to have an impact from within his government out of "national responsibility." He added that "moving the discourse away from annexation" is what opened the window of opportunity for peace agreements.

MK Cotler-Wunsh quits Blue and White, says shes committed to continue serving – The Times of Israel

| December 30, 2020

MK Michal Cotler-Wunsh announced on Tuesday that she will not run as a candidate for Blue and White in the March elections, as the apparent disintegration of the party continued.


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