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Security Industry Mourns the Loss of Bob Harris – Security Sales & Integration

| December 18, 2020

Harris, who succumbed to complications caused by COVID-19, was a deeply respected businessman and entrepreneur. LOS ANGELES Bob Harris, a security industry veteran and founder of Attrition Busters, passed away Dec. 7

My Word: Forgotten refugees and the proud Mizrahi heritage – The Jerusalem Post

| December 5, 2020

You might have missed it. November was Mizrahi Heritage Month and judging by the lack of publicity surrounding the events, it will take a lot more than 30 days a year to put the topic in the spotlight.Of all the things that unnecessarily divide Israeli and Diaspora Jewry or at least Jews in English-speaking countries one of the most striking is the perception that talking (or cursing) in Yiddish is the main sign of a shared cultural heritage

Feed the Body and Mind During Hanukkah – Santa Barbara Independent

| December 5, 2020

Just in time to bring a bit of brightness into a dark year, Santa Barbaras Jewish families and their friends will be firing up the menorahs at sundown on December 10 to celebrate the first night of Hanukkah, which lasts until the evening of December 18. Here are numerous ways to feed your body and mind during the eight-night Festival of Lights.

The UAE Is Rejecting Doublethink on Israel Will It Last? – National Review

| December 5, 2020

Dubai, United Arab Emirates, March 2020.(Christopher Pike/Reuters)If its model for peace is successful, the UAE could positively transform the entire Middle East and the broader Muslim world. A remarkable feature of the first months of peace between Israel and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) is the way the Emiratis have warmly embraced delegations representing Israel and American-Jewish communities. UAE leaders have urged their citizens to be hospitable and have largely been heeded.

Demonstrating Compassion in our Responses and Actions – Atlanta Jewish Times

| November 21, 2020

Uncertainty abounds amid a global pandemic and at a political crossroads. Our children and grandchildren are in various models of school face-to-face, remote, and everything in between aware that a positive COVID-19 test result can call for change at any moment. These are challenging times, to put it mildly.

This non-Jewish leader is working to clean up Polands Jewish cemeteries – The Jerusalem Post

| November 21, 2020

National Independence Day in Poland has served in recent years as a backdrop for antisemitic, xenophobic and violent incidents at nationalist rallies.Last week, thousands in Warsaw flouted the coronavirus ban on public gatherings and clashed with police who tried to disperse them. The illegal procession on Independence Day, Nov.

What to do this Weekend: Nov 18-22 – Nob Hill Gazette

| November 21, 2020

Take a break from tinkering with your turkey recipe, worrying about Senate runoffs and all other stresses in between its time for the weekend roundup. Bay Area arts and cultural institutions have plenty of offerings to keep you sane as we speed toward a very different holiday season.

The BroadsheetDAILY ~ 11/19/20 ~ Homeless for the Holidays Judge Will Rule Next Monday on Whether to Allow FiDi Shelter Plans – ebroadsheet.com

| November 21, 2020

Lower Manhattans Local News Homeless for the Holidays Judge Will Rule Next Monday on Whether to Allow FiDi Shelter Plans The Radisson New York Wall Street located at 52 William Street Hearings before State Supreme Court Justice Debra James on Monday and Tuesday left unresolved the question of whether the administration of Mayor Bill de Blasio will be allowed to implement a controversial plan to move more than 200 homeless men from a hotel on the Upper West Side to another hotel in the Financial District, which the City plans to convert into a permanent shelter. The two days of argument focused on a temporary restraining order, issued by Justice James on October 19, which barred the Citys Department of Homeless Services (DHS) from moving ahead with the plan, based on arguments from attorney Michael S.

Georgia Writers Hall Of Fame Celebrates Its 20th Anniversary In Honor Of The State’s Literary Legends – WABE 90.1 FM

| November 21, 2020

Southerners take great pride in their story-telling; a tradition enriched by the combined heritage of all of those who have lived in this region. To honor Georgias rich literary tradition, The Georgia Writers Hall of Fame was established, and this year marks its 20th anniversary. City Lights host Lois Reitzes was joined via Zoom by University of Georgia Librarian Toby Graham, distinguished author and professor Ralph Eubanks, and the Oscar and Tony award-winning playwright Alfred Uhry

Ahead of November election, growing numbers of Jews consider leaving US – The Times of Israel

| October 4, 2020

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