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OUTLOOK: How to enjoy Black-Eyed Peas in the New Year – The Vicksburg Post – Vicksburg Post

| January 2, 2022

Its out with the old and in with the new new year, that is. And with just hours before the clock strikes midnight and the world ushers in 2022, locals have been scrambling to grocery stores around town making sure they have the traditional Southern fare that is thought to bring good luck for the coming year.

DEVOTIONAL GUIDE: Is the Bible reliable? Ask the eyewitnesses – Park Rapids Enterprise

| January 2, 2022

If a person was to make up those stories, you would stage it to be authenticated by reliable witnesses. But in the Bible, both of these events were first witnessed by people who did not have credibility in their culture. His birth was first witnessed by the shepherds, who were not respected in that day, and His resurrection by a woman, Mary, whose testimony was not valid in court.

Big Bird, Chaim Walder, and the power of nuance – The Times of Israel

| January 2, 2022

In 1971, the famed Mr. Snuffleupagus made his first appearance on Sesame Street.

Tracing The History Of Tel Aviv In Its Street Names – Themississippilink

| January 2, 2022

By Danya Belkin and Oreen Cohen Whether you realize it or not, walking the streets of Tel Aviv can provide a compelling history of the city itself. While most people use the names of the streets simply to navigate from one place to another, if you pause for a moment and take a deeper look, you will discover that the names of the roads, whether its Herzl Street, Dizengoff, or Sheinkin, all have their very own stories to tell. Join us on a most unusual history tour of 11 Tel Aviv streets that help preserve the history of this lively, beach city

Here are the Most Popular Baby Names in Tennessee – rutherfordsource.com

| January 2, 2022

Stacker released a study of the most popular girls and boys names in Tennessee using data from the Social Security Administration. Names are ranked by the number of babies in 2020. In the top ten boy names, the most popular name is Liam for Tennessee which is also ranked number one in the nation followed by William and Elijah

In new job, the Anthony Fauci of the New York City Council aims to fight COVID and antisemitism – Forward

| January 2, 2022

Mark Levine, a term-limited councilman from Manhattan, is battle tested. In his two campaigns for the City Council, Levine, who is Jewish, was subject to vitriolic antisemitic attacks from a primary rival. I have confronted explicit antisemitism in politics before and Ive proven that we can beat it, he said after his re-election

Facing omicron spike, Bay Area synagogues weigh their options J. – The Jewish News of Northern California

| January 2, 2022

With omicron cases rising in the Bay Area, some synagogues are pondering shutting their doors again to in-person services and some already have.

UK warned it would recognize Palestine if Israel annexed West Bank, book reveals – The Times of Israel

| January 2, 2022

The United Kingdoms ambassador to the United States warned the Trump administration in June 2020 that if Israel went forward with plans to annex large parts of the West Bank, London would officially recognize the State of Palestine, a new book has revealed. The message was passed along by Karen Pierce in a meeting she held with then-US president Donald Trumps Mideast peace envoy Avi Berkowitz and Iran special envoy Brian Hook on June 12, 2020, Israeli journalist Barak Ravid wrote in his book Trumps Peace. Berkowitz and Hook were dispatched to meet with Pierce by then-senior White House adviser Jared Kushner.

Palestine receives its largest COVAX shipment, funded by the Governments of Germany and Italy – occupied Palestinian territory – ReliefWeb

| January 2, 2022

30 December 2021 Last night, Palestine received its largest COVAX shipment to date, containing more than 453 600 doses of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine, funded by the Governments of Germany and Italy.

Year in Review: Palestine Herald Press’ Top 10 Stories of 2021 – Palestine Herald Press

| January 2, 2022

Editors Note: We took a look at the stories that made the news in 2021 and narrowed down our picks for the Top 10 to include stories that captured the most attention or affected the most readers throughout the year. We invite you to follow along with the news of the day in 2022 through our print and digital outlets: The printed edition of the Palestine Herald Press; our web presence at palestineherald.com; our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/palestineheraldpress; and our Twitter feed, found @PalestineHerald


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