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Loss and Livestreams: End-of-Life in the Age of COVID – Loudoun Now

| May 22, 2020

Debra Tanner and Mark Shapiro arent part of the daily tally of Loudouns COVID-19 losses.

The Israeli police unit that built the case against Adolf Eichmann, and was forgotten – Haaretz

| May 22, 2020

On Monday, May 23, 1960, Sgt. Hannah Yacobsohn concluded her workday in the forensic services department at National Police Headquarters, located in Tel Aviv at the time. On the way to the bus that would take her home to Holon she noticed a special edition of a newspaper on sale: Adolf Eichmann was in Israel

Is the right-religious bloc starting to disintegrate? – The Jerusalem Post

| May 22, 2020

At the time this article was written, it wasnt yet clear whether the new government would be sworn in, or whether the crisis within Netanyahus right-religious bloc would finally lead to the Knesset dissolving on Thursday, leading to a fourth election. Nobody really knows whether Netanyahus preference at this juncture is to resolve the crisis and get Israels 35th government sworn in, or new elections, which opinion polls predict would probably end with a clear victory for the right-religious bloc, not least of all because the center-left bloc has broken up into pieces

An Era of ‘Philo-Semitism’? The US Will Push Countries to Love Their Jews More, Anti-Semitism Monitor Says – Atlanta Jewish Times

| May 10, 2020

WASHINGTON (JTA) Elan Carr, the State Departments anti-Semitism monitor,wants to get people in other countries to love their Jews more as a means of countering anti-Semitism. In a press call Monday to mark Jewish American Heritage Month, Carr outlined steps the United States was taking worldwide to advocate for defending Jews as violent anti-Semitism spikes, including security measures, prosecuting hate crimes and condemning anti-Semitic speech. In addition to all of those important defense measures, we are determined also to work with our allies in developing and driving Philo-Semitic narratives for their country, in the hope that we can reach the day when every society dedicates itself, as the United States has, to embrace and to treasure its Jewish community, he said.

49 Steps Towards a Kinder Heart – The Month of Iyar – Chabad.org

| May 10, 2020

Imagine you can open your eyes to see only the good in every person, the positive in every circumstance, and the opportunity in every challenge. The Lubavitcher Rebbe This year, as we count 49 days between the holidays of Passover and Shavuot, the global pandemic makes us feel vulnerable and uncertain about our future

Lost Children of the Holocaust – Yated.com

| May 7, 2020

The long-awaited opening of the secret Vatican Holocaust archive lasted just a week before the coronavirus pandemic shut it down again.

DM Bennett Green Lights Project to Create Disability Access at Cave of the Patriarchs – The Jewish Press – JewishPress.com

| May 7, 2020

Photo Credit: courtesy, Spokesperson Defense Minister Naftali Bennett has authorized a project to create a disability-access entrance to the Cave of the Patriarchs in Hebron, saying its a project that is long overdue. The time has come to move forward

After prolonged battle, Israel approves work to make Cave of the Patriarchs accessible to disabled – J-Wire Jewish Australian News Service

| May 5, 2020

Browse > Home / News / After prolonged battle, Israel approves work to make Cave of the Patriarchs accessible to disabled May 4, 2020 by Aryeh Savir - TPS Read on for article After months of battling, Defence Minister Naphtali Bennett has approved construction work on the Cave of the Patriarchs in Hebron which will make it accessible to people with disabilities.

Israeli startup can predict the spread of Covid-19 – Heritage Florida Jewish News

| May 2, 2020

(ISRAEL21c)-Israelis receiving daily coronavirus check-ins via text message can thank local startupDiagnostic Roboticsfor developing the cutting-edge questionnaire that is tracking the spread of the virus with uncanny precision and generating actionable recommendations. "Last Saturday night, we saw worrying data coming from Migdal HaEmek, Tiberias and Ashkelon," Kira Radinsky, the company's cofounder and chief technology officer, told ISRAEL21c

Let us remember what the survivors are unable to forget – Heritage Florida Jewish News

| May 2, 2020

(JNS)Holocaust survivors do not need annual ceremonies to remind them of the Nazi atrocities that they endured or of the family members that Adolf Hitlers henchmen slaughtered during World War II. No, those memories are just as inked in their hearts and minds as the numbers tattooed on their forearms


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