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New genetic study: More evidence for modern Ashkenazi Jews’ ancient Hebrew patrimony – Scope

| October 18, 2021

I hail from the so-called Ashkenazi branch of Jews, who account for the great majority of all Jews in the world today.

Who are the Ashkenazi Jews? (with pictures) – Info Bloom

| October 18, 2021

Ashkenazi Jews are people who are descended from the Jewish population of Central and Eastern Europe. Judaism can be both a cultural and a religious identity, and in the case of Ashkenazi Jews, it is possible for someone to be culturally or ethnically descended from the Ashkenazim without practicing Judaism, or for someone to adopt Ashkenazic traditions without being ethnically related to the Jews of Central and Eastern Europe.

Ashkenazi Jewish Genetic Panel (AJGP) | Michigan Medicine – uofmhealth

| October 18, 2021

What Are Ashkenazi Jewish Genetic Diseases? Ashkenazi Jewish genetic diseases are a group of rare disorders that occur more often in people of Eastern European (Ashkenazi) Jewish heritage than in the general population. Even though most of these diseases are severe and can cause early death, some can be treated to reduce symptoms and prolong life.

In the mind of a murderer: Can you eye an assassin? – The Jerusalem Post

| October 18, 2021

According to top investigative psychologists and criminologists, while there are murder typologies or profiles, there are no general signs that this or that person is going to become a murderer, said Dr. Dar Peleg, an expert in psychological profiling, credibility assessment and behavioral-pattern analysis who spent from 2009 until 2015 as a member of the Israel Police.

After a month in hiding, Afghanistans last Jew arrives in Turkey – Forward

| October 18, 2021

ISTANBUL Zebulon Simentov looked tired but relieved as he exited the customs and baggage claim area of Istanbuls new airport on the shores of the Black Sea Sunday morning. It had been quite a trip from his home in Kabul, where he became a minor celebrity to the international media as the last surviving Jew in Afghanistan. He was a colorful symbol of a community whose history stretches back at least 1,500 years

After Breast Cancer Twice in One Year, Early Detection and New Radiation Therapy Made All the Difference – Columbia University Irving Medical Center

| October 18, 2021

Mammograms were never something Karin Diamond tried to avoid.

Ambassador Alon Ushpiz extends greeting to India on Dussehra ahead of EAM Jaishankars visit to Israel – Free Press Journal

| October 18, 2021

Ahead of External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar's important visit to Israel, a top Israeli Foreign Ministry official on Friday said that India is a strategic partner and a very close friend as he extended warm greetings to the people on Dussehra. Ambassador Alon Ushpiz, the Director General of Israel's foreign ministry, took to Twitter to wish the people of India on the occasion of Vijaya Dashami or Dussehra which marks the triumph of good over evil.

Oppression and racism: The main determinants of Jewish immigration – Middle East Monitor

| October 18, 2021

Data recently released by Israel's immigration minister and the Jewish Agency show that Jewish immigration to Israel increased by 31 per cent in 2021. The data shows an increase of 41 per cent in immigration from the US, compared with the first nine months of 2020, as well as a 55 per cent increase from France

Yodeah And Breast Cancer Awareness – Ocean Drive Magazine

| October 2, 2021

For Haleigh Youtie, her life halted 6-months ago when she lost her mother, Eileen after an 8-year battle with breast cancer. Over her 8 year-long fight Eileen made it her mission to get all Ashkenazi Jews tested for a Breast Cancer Gene mutation, as she had the BRCA1 gene mutation herself. According to statistics, 1 in 40 Ashkenazi Jews carries a mutation of a BRCA gene, most without knowing.

Student Association hears claims about the inability to exercise free speech on campus – The Racquet

| October 2, 2021

Julia Wille, Student Government ReporterOctober 1, 2021 On Wednesday,Sept.29,theUniversity of Wisconsin-La Crosse Student Association (SA) invited guest speakers from the CounselingCenterand heard from students about free speech claims. In the student open body forum, student Erin Hinz came to talk to the SA. He came to speak in response to the event on campus last week in which the college of republicans chalked the sidewalks of campus in protest of the mask mandate at UWL


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