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Goga Ashkenazi – Wikipedia

| January 28, 2022

Kazakh businesswoman and socialite Goga Ashkenazi (born Gaukhar Yerkinovna Berkalieva; Kazakh: , Gauhar Erknqyzy Berqalieva; 1 February 1980) is a Kazakh businesswoman and socialite. She is the founder and CEO of MunaiGaz Engineering Group, a Kazakh oil and gas conglomerate

The Flying Camel: The Mizrahi feminist who stopped …

| January 28, 2022

In the early 1990s, long before identity politics permeated the non-academic mainstream, before intersectionality raced to the forefront of every cause and the Middle East became trendy, Loolwa Khazzoom was trying to get people to notice that she and others like her existed. The daughter of an Iraqi-Jewish father and a Jew-by-choice mother from Illinois who fully embraced her husbands culture, Khazzooms heritage remains part of the fabric of who I am, she told Haaretz by phone from her home in Seattle. But growing up in Montreal and California, the basic elements of her identity kept her from finding a true home outside the home

I don’t have a ‘Jewish’ name, and people won’t leave me alone about it J. – The Jewish News of Northern California

| January 28, 2022

Dear Dawn: I read the article in Kveller I Took My Husbands Jewish Last Name and I Dont Regret It,written by a Jew by choice.

The all-consuming drive to oust Netanyahu has strangled us – Haaretz

| January 28, 2022

Suppose the court, after many years, convicts Benjamin Netanyahu on all charges. Will the witch hunt end? Assuming he hasnt already returned to being prime minister by then, Netanyahus supporters will presumably explain that its all because the courts of First Israel in other words, the Ashkenazi elites are abusing Second Israel,the disadvantaged Mizrahim

Conversations in Hebrew that have done good – Australian Jewish News

| January 28, 2022

During the height of lockdown last year, six weekly lectures and discussions in Hebrew were recorded on a range of fascinating topics, excluding the global pandemic. Project, Lets NOT talk about Corona conversations in Hebrew that do good, aimed to bring Israel closer to the community in Australia, at a time when visitingIsrael was not possible because of travel restrictions.

What’s in a name? Turning Arabic names to Hebrew does not smell sweet – The Times of Israel

| January 28, 2022

Sundays packed weekly government agenda included several high-profile issues including the establishment of an independent commission to look into the purchase of submarines and further decisions on the handling of the current wave of the coronavirus pandemic. It was also scheduled to deal with a variety of less salient but hardly less contentious questions, such as the approval of a new slate of members for the Government Names Committee (or, according to some official sources, the Government Naming Committee).

Jewish pendants discovered in Sobibor Death Camp – Ynetnews

| January 28, 2022

Recent excavations at the Sobibor extermination camp in Poland unveiled three seemingly unconnected pendants depicting biblical figure Moses, as well as the Hebrew prayer Shema Yisrael, (Hear O Israel).

Lapid marks Holocaust Remembrance Day at camp where grandfather killed – Al-Monitor

| January 28, 2022

Israeli leaders marked International Holocaust Remembrance Day Jan. 27 with a series of events, several of them outside the country. Knesset Speaker Mickey Levy addressed the Bundestag in Berlin, urging German lawmakers and the international community to protect democracy and educate the younger generations against hatred

Delivered out of Empire: Pivotal moments in the Book of Exodus, Part One by Walter Brueggemann – Church Times

| January 28, 2022

THIS small book is the first in a new series examining pivotal moments in the Old Testament.

Native St. Louisan looks back on 20+ years in Jerusalem – St. Louis Jewish Light

| January 28, 2022

Leah Hakimian is shown at a site overlooking the Golan Heights in November 2021. Hakimian is a former St.


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