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We Were The Lucky Ones: Robin Weigert, Lior Ashkenazi Join Cast …

| November 19, 2022

EXCLUSIVE: Robin Weigert and Lior Ashkenazi have been cast in series regular roles on the Hulu Limited SeriesWe Were The Lucky Ones that stars Joey King. Robin will star as Nechuma, theKurcmatriarch who is the beating heart and center of the family.

Y-chromosomal Aaron – Wikipedia

| October 23, 2022

Hypothesized most recent common ancestor of the patrilineal Jewish priestly caste known as Kohanim Y-chromosomal Aaron is the name given to the hypothesized most recent common ancestor of the patrilineal Jewish priestly caste known as Kohanim (singular "Kohen", also spelled "Cohen").

Wanted for work in Israel: pimps and Ashkenazi cooks – Haaretz

| October 23, 2022

Wanted for work in Israel: pimps and Ashkenazi cooks   Haaretz

Ashkenazi Jewish Heritage and Genetic Risk | OncoLink

| October 17, 2022

Ashkenazi Jews, whose Jewish ancestors are from central or eastern Europe, have been found to have genetic mutations (changes in the genes) that increase their risk of certain cancers and disorders. Centuries ago, this population lived in one area and were isolated from other populations of people

Israeli needle-free alternative to amnio can detect thousands of mutations – The Times of Israel

| October 17, 2022

Israeli scientists are holding trials on a new method of screening for fetuses and say it could provide all the information received from an amniocentesis without the risks. Prof

Jamaican Organizations and B’nai Brith to Work Together to Highlight Little-Known Chapter of the Holocaust – bnaibrith.ca

| October 17, 2022

Oct. 13, 2022TORONTO A number of Jamaican organizations have made an agreement with Bnai Brith Canada to publicize a little-known chapter of Jewish history in Jamaica. TheJamaican Canadian Association, theJamaicaAssociation of Montreal,theJamaican Cultural Association of Nova Scotia, and the Jamaican Canadian Association of Alberta and Bnai Brith Canada will alert their members and communities to the work of York University historian Diana Cooper-Clark to inform the public about howJamaicasaved Jews fleeing the Holocaust

Work remains on Tay-Sachs and other Ashkenazi genetic disorders J. – The Jewish News of Northern California

| September 19, 2022

In 1976, a letter to the editor thanked this publication for its coverage of the genetic disease Tay-Sachs, and for regularly promoting opportunities to get tested. At the time, Tay-Sachs remained a scourge in the Jewish community

Canada’s oldest Ashkenazi congregation just recovered a 100-year-old time capsule on their milestone anniversary weekend – The Canadian Jewish News

| September 19, 2022

Congregation Shaar Hashomayim is older than Canada itself. It was founded by Jews who came from England to what is now Quebec, wanting to create their own space apart from the Spanish and Portuguese Synagogue. Decades after the congregations inception in 1846, a new building was built, in 1922, in Westmount

How to Celebrate Rosh Hashanah With the Help of London Restaurants This Year – Eater London

| September 19, 2022

Rosh Hashanah, head of the year or Jewish New Year, begins at sundown on Sunday, 25 September and is celebrated for up to two days, until sundown on Tuesday, 27 September. The ten days between the start of Rosh Hashanah and the start of Yom Kippur Day of Atonement is a time of deep reflection, punctuated, as many Jewish holidays are, with copious amounts of food. At this time of year sweet, round foods prevail to signify the hope for a kind and prosperous future

Pope criticised over running ‘supermarket of religions’ – TVP World

| September 19, 2022

As Pope Francis trip to Kazakhstan finishes on Thursday, he has come under fire from his most outspoken critic who overtly challenged the value of mega faith meetings such as the one the pontiff attended, dubbing them a supermarket of religions that undermined the status of the Catholic Church. Crowning his three-day visit, a great meeting of bishops, priests and nuns took place in the cathedral of the Kazakh capital, presided over by Pope Francis. But among the congregation also was local bishop Athanasius Schneider an arch-conservative and fervent critic of the progressive pope


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