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Bahrain FM mourns victims of Holocaust in letter to Ashkenazi – The Jerusalem Post

| February 3, 2021

Bahrain mourns the millions of lives lost in the Holocaust and stands in solidarity with survivors, Foreign Minister Abdullatif bin Rashid Al Zayani wrote to his Israeli counterpart Gabi Ashkenazi in honor of International Holocaust Remembrance Day, which was observed on Wednesday.In a rare gesture from a senior official of an Arab state, Zayani wrote that the day stands as a solemn memorial to the victims of the Holocaust and an enduring reminder of the need to uphold our universal commitment to rejecting all forms of antisemitism and hatred, so that our world may never again witness such an atrocity.Zayani called the Holocaust an abhorrent crime against humanity, and said Bahrain stands in solidarity with the survivors and their families.The Bahraini foreign minister pointed to his countrys Jewish community of about 50 people, and said that Bahrain is committed to multiculturalism and interfaith dialogue.Following the vision of His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa... we continue to sow the seeds of coexistence, demonstrating to the region and the world that there is no place for ignorance and extremism: only peace and understanding, Zayani wrote.Israel and Bahrain announced they were making peace and establishing full diplomatic ties in September, in the framework of the Trump administration-brokered Abraham Accords, which began with normalization with the United Arab Emirates.Israel, the UAE and Bahrain share an enemy in Iran, and security and intelligence cooperation between the countries laid the foundation for open diplomatic ties. Iranian leaders deny the Holocaust as a policy, with Ayatollah Ali Khamenei tweeting questions as to whether millions of Jews perished

Letters to the editor – Wicked Local

| February 3, 2021

Wicked Local Response to article onOneinForty,BRCA mutations I would like to expand on the information about BRCA mutations that was communicated in the Jan. 21, 2021, Beacon article about Lauren Corduck.

Verimatrix launches enhanced Application Protection service for Android – Help Net Security – Help Net Security

| January 22, 2021

Verimatrix announced general availability of version 2.2 of the Verimatrix Application Protection service for Android. The companys latest Code Protection service for Android applications now supports the forthcoming Android ecosystem change that will mandate the use of Android Application Bundles (AABs) in the second half of 2021. A significant shift for developers, the upcoming AAB mandate creates a need for simple, reliable software security that prevents app attacks

For the first time, a Jew of color will lead pathbreaking diversity group Be’chol Lashon – Jewish Telegraphic Agency

| January 22, 2021

(JTA) As the videos of George Floyds killing galvanized a historic wave of racial justice protests this past summer, the staff of one of the countrys leading organizations promoting Jews of color knew they had to make a big change. For two decades, Bechol Lashon had pioneered programming by and for Jews of color.

Is There a Jewish Link to Cancer? – Atlanta Jewish Times

| January 18, 2021

As 2021 arrives, the cancer world continues to remain hopeful for breakthroughs.

Early elections increase indicators of an existential threat to Israel – Middle East Monitor

| January 18, 2021

With the start of the fourth early elections in Israel, the political scene is witnessing unprecedented rifts and disputes. This could result in the surfacing of an unexpected electoral turnout due to the divisions within the Israeli right and left wings, and the internal differences between party members affiliated with the various political currents. Thus, the Israelis are concerned about a possible internal fragmentation emanating from this chaotic situation.

For the first time, a Jew of color will lead pathbreaking diversity group Be’chol Lashon – JTA News – Jewish Telegraphic Agency

| January 18, 2021

(JTA) As the videos of George Floyds killing galvanized a historic wave of racial justice protests this past summer, the staff of one of the countrys leading organizations promoting Jews of color knew they had to make a big change. For two decades, Bechol Lashon had pioneered programming by and for Jews of color

For the first time, a Jew of color will lead Jewish diversity org Be’chol Lashon – The Jewish News of Northern California

| January 18, 2021

As the videos of George Floyds killing galvanized a historic wave of racial justice protests this past summer, the staff of one of the countrys leading organizations promoting Jews of color knew they had to make a big change.

Being a Black Jewish woman in America on Jan. 6 – The Jewish News of Northern California

| January 18, 2021

The first day I moved back to my college campus, I, a Black Jewish woman, watched the news as the U.S. Capitol building was overtaken bywhite supremacists and Nazis.

New South Philly Shop Pays Homage to Traditional Jewish ‘Appetizing Stores,’ Features Artisanal Smoked Fish – Jewish Exponent

| January 18, 2021

Evan Biederman holds a Biedermans brunch board | Courtesy Lauren Biederman Lauren Biederman started working in the restaurant industry when she was 15. After bussing tables and hosting, she moved to serving and bartending, later taking courses in wine and earning several certificates. In 2017, the Killington, Vermont, native moved to Philadelphia, where she worked at Osteria and Zahav


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