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Debates about migration have never been simple just look at the Hebrew Bible – Times Union

| September 16, 2022

Eds: This story was supplied by The Conversation for AP customers. The Associated Press does not guarantee the content. (THE CONVERSATION) Today, the Bible is often invoked during public debates about immigration

Joan & Alan Bernikow JCC will partner with Hebrew Public Charter School of S.I. to provide after-school progr – SILive.com

| September 16, 2022

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. The Joan & Alan Bernikow JCC of Staten Island is partnering with Hebrew Public Charter School of Staten Island to provide after-school programming for the schools students. Students at the new school will be able to enroll in the JCCs Explorers program, which will take place on site at Hebrew Public Monday through Thursday.

BUDDHIST REFLECTIONS ON THE HEBREW PSALMS: The McLeod Ganj Psalter RSV, Week 4 – Patheos

| September 16, 2022

(Ken was Ivy League and Jesuit trained, and for some years a member of the Society of Jesus. He currently lives in Dharamshala. Kens a long time Zen practitioner and a friend

Chabad couple holds UAEs largest-ever Jewish wedding on anniversary of peace deal with Israel – JTA News – Jewish Telegraphic Agency

| September 16, 2022

(JTA) Hundreds of Jews from all over the world have gathered in Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates, ahead of the two-year anniversary of its establishment of diplomatic ties with Israel.

Then the Lord God formed man from the dust of the ground. Granite Falls Advocate Tribune – Granite Falls Advocate Tribune

| September 16, 2022

Ellen Davis wrote about meeting the expectations of the land, she said, agrarians know the land, not as an inert object, but as a fellow creature that can justly expect something from us whose lives depend on it. Important in more than my Hebrew class was the comparison between the Hebrew word for ground or earth (adm) and the Hebrew word for man (dm). Understanding the land from that part of country is important because as Davis puts it, Both words are related to dm, ruddy; in the Levant, [eastern part of the Mediterranean area] brownish red is the skin tone of both the people and the earth.

The essence of it – The Jewish Standard

| September 16, 2022

Last Sunday was September 11. It seems somehow appropriate to write about it after it happened, because September 11 now is our past; it happened well within our living history, but its stopped being as visceral as it was a decade ago. Even last year, on its 20th anniversary, it seemed closer somehow; in part but not entirely because so many people in uniform the police officers and firefighters from whose ranks the first responders had come, and to which so many of them could not return came and stood in solemn silence to remember.

Not teaching math and science – another double standard for the ultra-Orthodox in Israel – All Israel News

| September 16, 2022

Headline in the Hebrew newspaper, Yedioth Ahronoth, on Sept. 13, 2022. Headline is translated as "Core studies paid the price of the (politcal) agreement" In Israel, both state and religious schools must teach core subjects such as math and science in order to be eligible for governmental funding.Failure to do so will greatly limit their financial assistance

Three Cultures Foundation offers Modern Hebrew classes for the academic year 2022/2023 – Atalayar

| September 6, 2022

After the summer, a new edition of Modern Hebrew classes begins at the Three Cultures Foundation, the only institution in Seville that teaches this language. On this occasion, a full course format will be introduced from October to June with four levels: Hebrew 1, Hebrew 2, Hebrew 3 and Hebrew 4.

Buddhist Reflections on the Hebrew Psalms: The McLeod Ganj Psalter RSV, Week 2 – Patheos

| September 6, 2022

Ken Ireland (Ken was Ivy League and Jesuit trained, and for some years a member of the Society of Jesus. He currently lives in Dharamshala. Kens a long time Zen practitioner and a friend

What Other Secrets Are Hidden in the Qumran Caves? – Israel Today

| September 6, 2022

(JNS) The Qumran caves in the Judean Desert have continued to yield amazing and unexpected treasures. To date, the following have been discovered: 1) The Dead Sea Scrolls, 2,000-year-old parchments containing most of the Hebrew Bible, 2) spices used in the making of Temple incense, 3) a jar of congealed but still viscous oil and 4) scrolls that describe the rules of a Jewish community that lived in the area, along with a great deal more. Hundreds of caves in the area have been surveyed.


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