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Black people are actually Jew[s]: The historical origins of Kanye Wests inflammatory comments – JTA News – Jewish Telegraphic Agency

| October 12, 2022

(JTA) In 1892, an Oklahoma preacher born into slavery received a series of divine revelations that compelled him to launch a new church and, with it, a new religious movement in the United States: Black Israelism, better known as the Black Hebrew Israelite movement.

Kanye West links Jews to financial engineering in further antisemitic comments – The Times of Israel

| October 12, 2022

Hip hop star Kanye West made antisemitic comments in portions of a Fox News interview that were edited out of the program before it was broadcast earlier this week. The statements espousing antisemitic conspiracy theories and stereotypes came amid an uproar over a series of other anti-Jewish comments from West in recent days.

Berlin: Governing Mayor Giffey Signs Declaration Against Jew Hatred – The Berlin Spectator

| October 12, 2022

At Red City Hall, Berlins Governing Mayor Franziska Giffey signed a declaration entitled Mayors United Against Antisemitism today, in the presence of the American Jewish Committees Remko Leemhuis. The document says that antisemitism is an assault on the core values of democratic societies. Berlin, October 12th, 2022 (The Berlin Spectator) Early this morning, Remko Leemhuis, the Director of the American Jewish Committee (AJC) Berlin, appeared at Red City Hall.

Some Berkeley Law "Jew Free Zone" Updates – Reason

| October 10, 2022

Following up on Friday's post about several major student groups at Berkeley Law pledging not to invite "speakers that have expressed and continued to hold views in support of Zionism, the apartheid state of Israel, and the occupation of Palestine." (1) Ken Marcus, whose op-ed on the situation spurred the controversy, responds to his critics here. (2) Jewish Berkeley Law students talk about their reaction here. Note that Students for Justice in Palestine consulted with every affinity group at the law school before issuing the boycott pledge *except" the Jewish law students group.

Pete Davidson suddenly discovered he is 48 percent Jewish after 2017 DNA test – Reality Titbit – Celebrity TV News

| October 10, 2022

Pete Davidson had no idea he had any Jewish heritage until he took a DNA test in 2017 and discovered his ancestral roots. His mom never told him, but he is actually 48 percent Jewish, while his mom is Irish

The Belated Birth of a Jew – Jewish Exponent

| October 6, 2022

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Does UC Berkeley really have ‘Jew-free zones’? We explain – St. Louis Jewish Light

| October 6, 2022

(JTA) It seemed like a headline out of the 19th century: a warning of Jew-free zones at the University of California-Berkeley. Thats the phrase being employed by some prominent pro-Israel groups this week to describe a dispute at UC Berkeleys law school, where nine student groups recently voted to adopt by-laws that state they will not invite any visiting speakers to campus who identify as Zionist.

Patriotic Jews and the American Civil War – aish.com – Aish.com

| October 6, 2022

During the American Civil Wars, Jews served their country with steadfastness and valor. On November 19, 1863, President Abraham Lincoln addressed a broken nation over the fresh graves of thousands of Americans

‘Every Jew is a letter’ | Religious Life | jewishaz.com – Jewish News of Greater Phoenix

| October 6, 2022

As we come out of the High Holidays of 5783, I hope we can all make one last reflection on our Why, on the most important questions of who we are and what our lives are about.

I Never Feel More Jewish Than When Im Frazzled in the Kitchen – Vogue

| October 6, 2022

I had a vision of myself preparing my very first break-fast in my own apartment, and naturally, it bore no relationship to the cook I actually know myself to be. I pictured myself as a chill, serene domestic goddess with a sense of humorhalf Nora Ephron, half Laurie Colwinready to greet her guests at the door with an excellent bottle of natural wine in hand, imploring them to make themselves at home on my heartbreakingly well-curated furniture, and lighting a Byredo candle before sauntering into the kitchen to check on the tzimmes. I told myself Id make a nontraditional menu of the Jewish foods I loved best, culled from various holidayslatkes, matzo ball soup, and, for the first time, my very own challah, under the YouTube tutelage of Semitic angel Claire Saffitzand I imagined the food being so delicious that everyone at my table converted on the spot.


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