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Prison service rejects nose job request from Palestinian bomber – The Times of Israel

| June 13, 2022

The Israel Prisons Service decided against funding cosmetic nose surgery requested by a would-be Palestinian suicide bomber who was seriously injured when she tried to blow herself up, Hebrew media reported Tuesday. Israa Jaabis had asked for the Prisons Service to grant the procedure saying the injuries she sustained in her attack prevented her from breathing through her nose, but a police officer who was injured in the explosion appealed to top officials against the move. In a letter to injured officer Moshe Chen on Monday, the prison service said that medical treatments offered to prisoners, including to Jaabis, would only be in provided in accordance with [its] obligations, Hebrew media reported

Artist April Berger leans into Judaica with Torah covers project J. – The Jewish News of Northern California

| June 13, 2022

For a long time, April Berger considered herself an abstract artist, not a Judaica artist. Born into a secular family on Long Island, she moved out west after college in 1980 and settled in San Francisco.

Pop Up or Traditional: Six Wine Bars to Savor – Ynetnews

| June 13, 2022

The partial list that follows features half-a-dozen establishments in Tel Aviv that serve carefully curated wines tastings, glasses and bottles along with tempting tapas meant for sharing. Four of them are open most days of the week, while two of them operate on a weekly basis. There is even one whose wines and food are all certified kosher.

Why We Need Boundaries – The Jewish Press – JewishPress.com

| June 13, 2022

All the days of his abstinence, anything made from wine grapes, even the seeds or skin, he shall not eat (Bamidbar 6:4).

State, city ordered to finish investigation of NYC yeshiva – New York Post

| June 13, 2022

City and state education agencies have been ordered to finish an investigation into whether a Brooklyn yeshiva is providing students with a sound, basic education. A New York Supreme Court judge has ruled the departments abdicated their responsibility to investigate whether the school Yeshiva Mesivta Arugath Habosem offers an education that is substantially equivalent to the public school system, court documents show

Letters to the Editor: June 8, 2022 – St. Louis Jewish Light

| June 13, 2022

Submit letters to the editor to[emailprotected].Letters should be no longer than 250 and should include the writers name, municipality and a daytime phone number. The Light may edit letters for length or clarity. In response to Advocacy leaders work inspires others to become activists (May 4, 2022) about Cynthia Changyit Levin: Like many people, I wanted to do something about global health but was paralyzed into inaction because every effort seemed too small.

From Gnosticism to Marxism: The Spirit of Antichrist in Movement – OnePeterFive

| June 13, 2022

In part one we defined Gnosticism. Part two demonstrated how the Big Bang Theory corresponds to general Occultism. Now we will show how modern evolutionary theory connects to each system.

Holding The High Line: Rapids 2 in focus, Auston Trusty leaving – Last Word On Sports

| June 13, 2022

PODCAST Hello Rapids fans! This week on Holding The High Line, we check in on Rapids 2! The guys talk about the USMNT going into Nations League and what it means for the World Cup. Red talks about going to the Rapids 2 game on Saturday, how the team is playing, and whats not working.

80 years ago Anne Frank started her diary, a landmark of world literature – FRANCE 24 English

| June 13, 2022

Issued on: 12/06/2022 - 09:01Modified: 12/06/2022 - 10:05 Thirteen-year-old Anne Frank began keeping her now-famous diary on June 12, 1942. She would spend a little more than twoyears confidingin its pages, sharing stories from daily life, observations, and hopes for the future from the crampedannex in Amsterdam she occupied with her family and several other Jews in hiding. The last entry in her diary is dated August 1, 1944, after which she was arrested and deported

The Ropa Vieja story: the National Dish of Cuba | Revolucin de Cuba

| June 13, 2022

Ropa Vieja, the national dish of Cuba, is a meal that is steeped in history. This rustic,humble dishso perfectly tells the story of the countrys culinary and cultural evolution over the last half-century


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