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The Granddaughter of a Cambodian Princess Just Had a Bat Mitzvah – Jewish Week

| January 20, 2020

(JTA) Members of the Cambodian royal family gathered last month at the Raffles Hotel Le Royal in Phnom Penh for a celebration. There was music, traditional Cambodian dance performances and plenty of food. The occasion

Where Could United Airlines Fly Its Airbus A321XLRs? – Simple Flying

| January 20, 2020

United Airlines ordered 50 Airbus A321XLR aircraft from Airbus just last month.

Making waves in his new home, life begins on the north coast – Dominican Today

| January 20, 2020

Renn Loren From Interviews with Hugh Baver Returning where we last left off with our feature story, arriving at the decision to relocate to the Dominican North Coast was not an easy one for Hugh Baver. Considering all the pros and cons, he was torn between following through on his Dominican vision and missing the close proximity of his adult children, grandchildren, and friends in the Boston area

‘Never again’: Service to remember the horrors of Auschwitz – Milford Mercury

| January 20, 2020

A SPECIAL service to mark the 75th anniversary of the liberation of the Nazi concentration camp Auschwitz is taking place later this month. 2020 marks 75 years since the end of the Second World War, a war which revealed the worst in humanity as Nazi Germany sought to destroy amongst others the entirety of the Jewish population of Europe. The service is taking place on Monday, January 27, at 7pm in St Marys Church, Carew Cheriton.

Tiffany Haddish: The ‘word of God’ is the ‘best gift’ – FOX 11 and FOX 41

| January 20, 2020

Tiffany Haddish thinks the word of God is the best gift you can give someone. The 40-year-old actress was gifted a Bible with a diamond cross on the cover from Beyonc and Solange Knowles mother Tina Knowles Lawson during her birthday bat mitzvah last month, which she hosted to celebrate her Netflix special Tiffany Haddish: Black Mitzvah. And although Tiffany is Jewish, she still appreciated the present she received, because she says sharing your beliefs with someone is a blessing.

‘We will only be moved as bodies’: Israel and Bedouins face off in the Negev – Middle East Eye

| January 20, 2020

Mohammad Danfiri stands at the edge of his Bedouin familys sheep enclosure in the Negev Desert, looking out at a pair of cell phone towers at the top of a nearby hill. They are situated in an open spot between one end of his village and the other - an area, he explains, where an extension of Israels major eastern highway will be built.

Happenings what’s coming up in Northeast Ohio starting Jan. 17 – News-Herald.com

| January 20, 2020

Here is a brief rundown of some coming entertainment options in Northeast Ohio. Make submissions for consideration via email to entertainment@morningjournal.com or entertainment@news-herald.com.

Skirball Cultural Center Founder and President Rabbi Uri Herscher on Passing the Baton to Bet Tzedeks Jessie Kornberg – Jewish Journal

| January 15, 2020

Its hard to imagine that the 15-acre site housing the Skirball Cultural Center at the base of the Santa Monica Mountains didnt exist 24 years ago. The landmark center that opened in 1996 and links West Los Angeles and the San Fernando Valley has become a permanent fixture alongside the Getty museum in the Los Angeles landscape, and to date has drawn nearly 10 million visitors. But the vision for this remarkable structure that boastsa permanent museum alongside regularly changing exhibitions, film events, music and theater performances and cultural programs belongs to 78-year-old Rabbi Uri Herscher, its founding president and chief executive.

First Herbalist Conference in Israel Comes Under BDS Attack – COLlive – Chabad News

| January 15, 2020

An Israeli conference for herbalists has come under attack by the boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) movement; Crown Heights resident Sara-Chana Silverstein is the only Jewish Herbalist from the US still planning to speak. Full Story Algemeiner.com An inaugural Israeli conference for herbalists has come under pressure from supporters of the Palestinian-led boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) campaign, though organizers plan to continue with the gathering and raise awareness of plant medicine.

My Jewish father found sanctuary in that town – The Age

| January 15, 2020

Dennis Martin, Brighton The home owner says she was flying the flag on her house in Beulah because of her German heritage. She should know that it is illegal to do so in Germany and is punishable by up to three years in jail. While the police were waiting on legal advice and the local council, state and federal governments have condemned the flying of this flag, no immediate action was taken


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