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Origins and Evolution of Zionism – Foreign Policy Research …

| October 15, 2021

This essay is based on a lecture she delivered to FPRIs Butcher History Institute on Teaching about Israel and Palestine, October 25-26, 2014. The Butcher History Institute is FPRIs professional development program for high school teachers from all around the country. One of the key forces in shaping the history of Palestine was the Zionist movement

What is Zionism? Meaning explained – The US Sun

| October 15, 2021

FOR Jews, Jerusalem is a symbol of the return to Zion, their ancient homeland. But criticism of Zionism is often slammed as anti-Semitic. So what exactly is it

Smotrich at Knesset: Ben-Gurion should have finished the job, thrown out Arabs – The Times of Israel

| October 15, 2021

Speaking from the Knesset plenum on Wednesday, far-right Religious Zionism MK Bezalel Smotrich said David Ben-Gurion, Israels first prime minister, should have finished the job and kicked all Arabs out of the country when it was founded. During comments on a contentious immigration bill proposed by the opposition, Smotrich shouted about the need to maintain Israel as a Jewish and Democratic state. Yes, Jewish, with a Jewish majority, he called out.

Thanking God for 50 years of living in Israel – The Jerusalem Post

| October 15, 2021

Our children and grandchildren were born in Israel, says Ben-Zion. How can they grasp the meaning of aliyah? How can they understand what a privilege they have to be born here

Personal Letters by Rabbi Known as ‘Hazon Ish’ Come to National Library of Israel – Algemeiner

| October 15, 2021

JNS.org Fourteen letters penned in the 1940s by the legendary rabbi known as the Hazon Ish have been donated to the National Library of Israel in Jerusalem by the family of their recipient, Rabbi Zvi Yehuda, one of the rabbis students. The Hazon Ish (Rabbi Avraham Yeshaya Karelitz, 1878-1953) is considered to be one of the most influential rabbis of the 20th century. The letters reveal a very personal side to the revered spiritual leader

Beirut will leave behind ‘Zionist-backed seditions’ – Mehr News Agency – English Version

| October 15, 2021

"Lebanon, as always, will leave behind successfully the Zionist-backed seditions and conspiracies thatare planned and carried out by the masters and agents of this regime," said Saeed Khatibzadeh on Friday.

A pioneering German translation of the Talmud, finished in 1935, is now accessible online – JTA News – Jewish Telegraphic Agency

| October 15, 2021

(JTA) When Lazarus Goldschmidt completed his translation of the Talmud into German, the world he had hoped to serve when he started 40 years earlier was in the process of being destroyed. It was 1935, two years after Adolf Hitler rose to power in Germany, and Goldschmidt himself had already fled to London

Mickey Levy: Israel’s Knesset speaker is reaching out to the world – The Jerusalem Post

| October 15, 2021

At Mondays stormy debate between Prime Minister Naftali Bennett and opposition leader Benjamin Netanyahu in the Knesset plenum, Netanyahu mockingly asked Knesset Speaker Mickey Levy to be softer on Coalition MKs if they heckle him than he was with the Likud MKs who shouted at Bennett. Levy threw out a dozen Likud MKs, one after the other, in an effort to restore decorum in the plenum. But even those MKs admitted afterward that Levy was absolutely right, fair, balanced and statesmanlike under difficult circumstances.

WWW Hubert Middle School Student selected to participate in the Anti -Defamation League No Place for Hate Back to School – Savannah-Chatham County…

| October 15, 2021

On Wednesday, October 6,the Anti Defamation League (ADL) kicked off theNo Place for Hate Back to School initiativewith Amanda Gorman. Congratulations to JaKhya Bush, Hubert Middle School 8th grade student, who was selected to participate in the interview portion with Gorman via a zoom interview. Amanda Gormanis an Americanwriter,poet,activistand change maker

Remarks on Holocaust books by an administrator of the Carroll Independent School District in Texas draw intense fire – CBS News

| October 15, 2021

Holocaust-related remarks by an administrator of a school district in a Fort Worth, Texas suburb are drawing nationwide attention, CBS Dallas reports. In the remarks, secretly recorded by a staffer of the Carroll Independent School District in Southlake and given to NBC News, the administrator told teachers last week that they should offer students access to a book with "opposing" views on the Holocaust if they have a book in their classroom about the Holocaust. NBC News says the district's executive director of curriculum and instruction, Gina Peddy, made the comment while training teachers on books they're allowed to have in their classroom libraries under a Texas law known as House Bill 3979


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