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‘The Lifetime Achievement of an Affirmative Jew’: Bernard-Henri Lvy Reflects on New Film, ‘The Will to See,’ Ahead of Jerusalem Premiere – Algemeiner

| November 27, 2021

In a passage of his new book The Will to See, a collection of dispatches and insights garnered from his travels in war zones around the world, the French Jewish philosopher Bernard-Henri Lvy reflects on the challenges of being an internationalist in a world that has increasingly turned inwards upon itself.

Why Lucky Jew dolls are more popular than actual Jews in Poland – The Times of Israel

| November 27, 2021

For 10 years, Polish tour guide Alicja Ziolo led groups around her native Krakow, where so-called Lucky Jew figurines and portraits of money-holding Jews are a souvenir of choice. In my fathers home, he has a little painting of a Jew counting money, Ziolo told The Times of Israel. He believes it is supposed to bring luck and prosperity to his household.

Brooklyns Mexican-Jewish chef Fany Gerson makes doughnuts that are out of this world – Jewish Telegraphic Agency

| November 27, 2021

(New York Jewish Week via JTA) Fany Gerson, 45, has always loved sweets.

Anti-Zionist Jews are ‘Jews in name only’ and ‘more dangerous than external antisemitic threat’ Chicago Reform rabbi – Mondoweiss

| November 27, 2021

I try to keep up on official Jewish claims about the oneness of Judaism and Zionism, and here is an important statement on that score from last May that I just saw. Days after Israels war with Gaza sparked unprecedented outrage in the west, Rabbi Wendi Geffen gave a sermon to her Reform congregation in suburban Chicago about the new antisemitism in which she said that anti-Zionist Jews are Jews in name only who must be kept out of the Jewish tent. There are boundaries to that tent

Jerusalem is the Jewish people’s gift and curse – Ynetnews

| November 27, 2021

The Old City of Jerusalem is both magical and cursed at the same time. It is filled with so much hope, yet so much suffering

Venice High Senior on Being a Volleyball Champ and Proud Jew – Jewish Journal

| November 27, 2021

Avia Yosef, 17, originally joined the volleyball team during her freshman year at Venice High School because she thought it would be a fun extracurricular activity that would teach her teamwork and leadership. Now a senior, its turned out to be so much more. Shes part of a team that defeated Palisades Charter High School, which previously had a winning streak of 130 consecutive Western League victories

There should be no Wall before secular Jews – Cleveland Jewish News

| November 27, 2021

In June, I went to the Western Wall for the bar mitzvah of a cousin from Ohio who was studying in Jerusalem. It was my first visit to the Wall since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic. The bar mitzvah was probably a more meaningful rite of passage for the bar mitzvah boy because he decided to become a bar mitzvah in his early 20s, rather than at 13

The Holocaust | USC Shoah Foundation

| November 27, 2021

Setting the Stage After World War I, Germany was in shambles and its people, led to believe they were winning the war right up until defeat, were in shock. Their leader, the Kaiser, was forced to step down and the Treaty of Versailles led to significant loss of land and citizens.

www.wikatu.com

| November 27, 2021

Ergebnisse, lter als eine Woche: Auf 160 Steinelementen sind dort die Namen von 64.440 in der NS-Zeit ermordeten sterreichischen Jdinnen undJudeneingemeielt... Die neue Shoah-Namensmauer im Wiener Ostarrichipark ist nicht unumstritten

Shoah survivor’s murder trial begins The Australian …

| November 27, 2021

TWO men have gone on trial over the 2018 murder of an elderly Jewish woman that provoked protests and alarm in France about antisemitic crime.


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