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‘I forgive him’: Rabbi’s message to man charged with hate crimes against synagogue – KCRA Sacramento

| December 28, 2021

Just before 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Shalom le Israel Rabbi Boris Tsiprush prepares for the synagogue's weekly Torah study having just learned that Sacramento County authorities arrested a man they believe targeted a menorah in front of his place of worship."My reaction, like a person who believes in God, like a rabbi it's: I forgive him," said Tsiprush.A message of forgiveness for 33-year-old Nicholas Sherman.According to the offices of the Sacramento County District Attorney and Sheriff, Sherman is now charged with one felony count of desecrating a religious symbol on the property of the Shalom Le Israel.He's charged with 12 additional misdemeanor counts of terrorism by symbol for placing Aryan Nation flyers containing a swastika on the doorsteps of several Carmichael homes and one additional misdemeanor count of terrorism by symbol for placing similar flyers on the property of Deterding Elementary School in Carmichael.They are crimes that left Shalom le Israel members concerned for weeks."We pray about it. We will pray for this man too," Tsiprush said

Sumter Rabbi Josef Germaine: It’s OK to wish others ‘Happy Holidays’ this season – Sumter Item

| December 28, 2021

RABBI JOSEF GERMAINE By RABBI JOSEF GERMAINE The holiday season, which begins with Thanksgiving and ends Jan. 1, comprises religious, ethnic and national qualities.

‘Licorice Pizza’ pays homage to the sexiness of Jewish women – St. Louis Jewish Light

| December 28, 2021

(JTA) This year, everyone seemed to have an opinion about how the entertainment industry views Jewish women.

Is CUNY’s mystery donor a New York Jew? There’s a $180000 reason to think so. – St. Louis Jewish Light

| December 28, 2021

(New York Jewish Week via JTA) The story had all of the elements of a feel-good mystery novel: A box shows up on a college campus, its origins unclear. Nine months later, a professor who has made his way to the mailroom amid a global pandemic finally opens it finding $180,000 in small bills bundled together and earmarked for needy students. Officials at City College of New York were unable to determine who actually sent the gift, which made headlines this week when the public universitys central board formally accepted the cash.

Native American Heritage Month Submissions 2021 | Denver …

| December 26, 2021

My name is Meadow Contreras and I am Sicangu Lakota and Chicana. I live in a Jewish suburban neighborhood

Celebrating Italian American heritage – The Arlington …

| December 26, 2021

Italian American Heritage month wrapped up at the end of October, but for members of the Italian-American Club at Bishop OConnell High School in Arlington, the celebration of Italian culture goes year-round. The clubs dedicated moderator and school counselor, Daniel Stabile, helped students get the club off the ground 11 years ago.

The Armenian Film Foundation Survivor Testimonies Available on USC Shoah Visual History Archive – The Armenian Mirror-Spectator

| December 26, 2021

In his lifetime, Hagopian recorded nearly 400 eyewitness testimonies of Armenian Genocide survivors and witnesses on 16mm film from 1972 to 2005 for a series of documentaries. Dr. Hagopian, who passed away in December 2010 at age 97, ultimately produced 17 films about Armenians and the Armenian Genocide

OPINION | CRITICAL MASS: Movie masterpieces the best films of ’21 – Arkansas Online

| December 26, 2021

I haven't seen Steven Spielberg's remake of "West Side Story," but it is the subject of my favorite movie hot take of the year. "A rich and famous artist spends $100 million to revive a corpse with the blood of young people," Richard Brody wrote in his online review for The New Yorker. "The creature is still alive, but barely, and the infusion leaves it deader than when it started." Brody has scant affection for the 1961 film, and likes Spielberg's version even less

The Holocaust robbed them of their stories; this artist is bringing them back to life – Forward

| December 26, 2021

In his new graphic nonfiction narrative book When I Grow Up, the Lost Autobiographies of Six Yiddish Teenagers, author and New Yorker cartoonist Ken Krimstein deftly gives life to the never-told stories of six Jewish teenagers in the lost world of Yiddishuania, formerly Poland/Lithuania.

Albert Bourla Of Pfizer Is The CNN Business CEO Of The Year Greek City Times – GreekCityTimes.com

| December 26, 2021

CNN Business has namedPfizer(PFE)CEO Albert Bourla as the CEO of the year. Business considered several other influential CEOs for this years honour, including Lisa Su ofAMD, FordsJim Farley, Marvin Ellison ofLowes, David Solomon ofGoldman Sachs,AlphabetsSundar Pichai


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