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Lamplighters Preschool to Exhibit Engaging Art Experience | Community | thejewishnews.com – The Jewish News

| May 30, 2024

Three years ago, Lamplighters Preschool opened its doors in Royal Oak, offering a fresh and innovative approach to early childhood education for Jewish families throughout Detroit. As the only Reggio Emilia-inspired Jewish preschool in the city, Lamplighters a department of the Royal Oak Chabad headed by Rabbi Moishie and Mushky Glitsenstein has quickly become a beacon of progressive Jewish education, emphasizing creativity, community and cultural pride. At Lamplighters, children are encouraged to express themselves through art, play and hands-on activities, fostering academic skills and a deep connection to their Jewish heritage.

Israel is a reason to live, not just survive – The Jerusalem Post

| May 30, 2024

After October 7, many a Jew is asking the question: Where should I live? It is a simple question that has within it the deepest of existential questions: Why do I live? Our basic instinct pressures us to find the best way to survive.

The US chose not to stop the Holocaust, but it can choose to stop the IC – The Jerusalem Post

| May 30, 2024

Neutralizing the death camps Round II: Will the US impose sanctions against the ICC? On May 2, six Holocaust survivors who were selected to light memorial torches during Israels Holocaust Remembrance Day ceremony met with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his wife, Sara. One of the survivors commented that the State of Israel is the one and only shelter for the Jewish nation.

Out of the Shadows – mishpacha.com

| May 30, 2024

AT some point, weve all studied the Inquisition how the Roman Catholic Church forced Jews, first in Spain and then in Portugal, to either convert to Christianity or leave the country.

Orthodox synagogue in Nashville with ice cream, music ‘ministries’ hits the high notes at 120 – JNS.org – JNS.org

| May 30, 2024

(May 29, 2024 / JNS) During the COVID-19 pandemic, when people were keeping their distance in Nashville, Tenn., as they were throughout the country and globally, Rabbi Saul Strosberg came up with a way to keep his community engaged. Strosberg, who leads Congregation Sherith Israel, put a freezer in the parking lot behind the Orthodox synagogue.

Inside the Texas synagogue where a radical Islamist held Jews at gunpoint for 11 hours – Haaretz

| May 30, 2024

News Life and Culture Columnists and Opinion Haaretz Hebrew and TheMarker Partnerships Haaretz.com, the online English edition of Haaretz Newspaper in Israel, gives you breaking news, analyses and opinions about Israel, the Middle East and the Jewish World.

Man arrested for Pittsburgh synagogue vandalism and possessing explosive – The Jerusalem Post

| May 30, 2024

A Pittsburgh man was arrested on Thursday for being in possession of explosive materials and for being responsible for graffiti spray-painted on a Squirrel Hill neighborhood synagogue, the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh said on Friday. William Murray, 33, is facing 34 charges for possession of explosive or incendiary materials, causing or risking catastrophe, and multiple counts of making or possessing prohibited weapons, according to the Federation

Synagogues focus on building compassion for all those suffering from the Israel-Hamas conflict – NPR

| May 30, 2024

Synagogue leaders and members are working to cultivate compassion for the many sides in the Israel-Hamas conflict. Nam Y. Huh/AP hide caption At Congregation Beth Shir Shalom in Santa Monica, Calif., Rabbi Alex Kress welcomes people to a casual Sabbath service on a recent Friday night

Another Montreal synagogue and school fired upon | City News | thesuburban.com – The Suburban Newspaper

| May 30, 2024

The Young Israel Synagogue and school on Hillsdale in Cte des Neiges-NDG was fired upon about 3 a.m. Tuesday May 28, but police were only called to the scene the afternoon of Wednesday May 29

At Vilna Shul synagogue, the souls of the dead are stirring – The Boston Globe

| May 30, 2024

The pews of the sanctuary have been pushed back and turned so that audience members will face each other, with the scaffolding in the middle. Its the first time in the Vilna Shuls history that the pews have been moved, says Dalit Horn, executive director of the Vilna Shul, but we were open to creating a stage experience that is convenient and unconventional.


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