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Single Jew in the Gulf? A dating website can help you find your partner – The Jerusalem Post

| November 3, 2021

Communities of Jews live in the Gulf states, strengthening their Jewish identity together in the Arab majority countries - and growing larger.

The Jew who became a priest and will be buried as a Jew – The Jerusalem Post

| November 3, 2021

Later this week, a Jewish Holocaust survivor who became a Catholic priest in Poland, moved to Israel and served the Christian community here for nearly four decades, will be buried in Poland as a Jew alongside his mother and sister who were murdered by the Nazis. Having grown up in a religious Jewish household, Father Gregor Pawlowski, born Jacob Zvi Griner, was saved during the Holocaust by dint of papers he obtained stating he was Catholic, and he eventually was baptized and ordained as a priest. He eventually moved to Israel stating that he was part of the Polish people but that he was part of another nation first, the Jewish people, with whom he felt an ongoing attachment and among whom he wished to live.

The end of exile: Iraqi Jew recalls escape from Baghdad 70 years ago – Ynetnews

| November 3, 2021

A young boy in uniform stands with his arm raised in a mock salute, his gaze steady. The boys expression is partially eclipsed as the sunlight hits only one side of his face, but he appears to be staring back out at the photographer

Is Max Fried Baseball’s Second Greatest Jewish Pitcher Ever? – Jewish Journal

| November 3, 2021

Max Fried is on a trajectory to become the second best Jewish pitcher in history, after his idol, Sandy Koufax. Frieds 14-7 record and 3.04 ERA in the regular season helped the Braves win the National League pennant. In the second game of the World Series, the Houston Astros shelled Fried for six runs and seven hits in five innings in the Braves 7-2 loss.

Last Jew of Kabul Making His Way to Israel, Rescuers Say

| October 20, 2021

JERUSALEM The man known as the last Jew of Kabul could soon be heading to Israel, after agreeing to grant his estranged wife a religious divorce in a Zoom call a precondition for smooth entry to the Holy Land. Zebulon Simentov, who fled Afghanistan last month after the Taliban takeover, landed Sunday in Turkey on what his rescuers say is a final stop before traveling to Israel, perhaps as soon as this week. It caps a weeks-long odyssey that included an escape from his homeland as well as a videoconference divorce procedure meant to ensure he will not run into trouble with Israeli authorities.

Rescuers: Last Jew of Kabul making his way to Israel – ABC News

| October 20, 2021

JERUSALEM -- The man known as the last Jew of Kabul could soon be heading to Israel, after agreeing to grant his estranged wife a religious divorce in a Zoom call a precondition for smooth entry to the Holy Land. Zebulon Simentov, who fled Afghanistan last month after the Taliban takeover, landed Sunday in Turkey on what his rescuers say is a final stop before traveling to Israel, perhaps as soon as this week. It caps a weekslong odyssey that included an escape from his homeland as well as a videoconference divorce procedure meant to ensure he will not run into trouble with Israeli authorities

Being Jewish | What is "being Jewish"? This web site is …

| October 20, 2021

Sections on this Site:How to Keep Shabbat The Basics of Being JewishLearning About JudaismBecoming Religious, and Your FamilyThe Jewish Cycle of LifeFrequently Asked QuestionsWho Is a Jew?Life, the Afterlife, and the SoulThe Jewish G-d: Whats He Like?History of our TraditionsThe Unchanged Tradition of JudaismThe Commandments of the TorahConversion IssuesThe Jewish Holidays of the YearAre Non-Orthodox Jews Still Jews?With Hashems help, more to come!How to Keep Shabbat Shabbos: A Personal ContractShabbos (Shabbat) as a sign.

Rescuers: Last Jew of Kabul making his way to Israel

| October 20, 2021

JERUSALEM (AP) The man known as the last Jew of Kabul could soon be heading to Israel, after agreeing to grant his estranged wife a religious divorce in a Zoom call a precondition for smooth entry to the Holy Land. Zebulon Simentov, who fled Afghanistan last month after the Taliban takeover, landed Sunday in Turkey on what his rescuers say is a final stop before traveling to Israel, perhaps as soon as this week.

‘Jew in the City’ Founder Rips ‘My Unorthodox Life’ for …

| October 20, 2021

Allison Josephs has had it with Hollywood's portrayal of the Orthodox Jewish community, and believes "My Unorthodox Life" is the latest contributor to negative stereotypes she calls downright dangerous. We got the "Jew in the City" founder outside the Peninsula Hotel in NYC, and she had some stern reactions to the controversial new Netflix series about Julia Haart -- CEO of modeling agency Elite World Group -- who left her Haredi community in 2013

Learning to speak Yiddish is the ultimate act of resistance to Jew hatred – Forward

| October 20, 2021

When my dad was growing up in Leningrad in the former Soviet Union, hed beat up the neighborhood kids for calling him a zhyda pejorative term for Jew thats akin to kike.


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