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How will Justice Jackson Treat Israel and Judaism? – The Jewish Press – JewishPress.com

| April 18, 2022

Despite much vocal opposition from Republican senators, Ketanji Brown Jackson is on her way to joining the Supreme Court.

For questions about identity, I’ve written my own haggadah J. – The Jewish News of Northern California

| April 18, 2022

As a Bay Area teen, I am lucky enough to live in a community that contains bountiful diversity in all forms, but particularly religious diversity within the Jewish community. As a longtime attendee of Camp Tawonga, a camp that encourages campers to find their own spiritual paths however they affiliate with Judaism, I have grown familiar with the beauty and complexities that come with modern interpretations of inclusive religious practice.

Reform movement sends mixed messages in response to harassment report – Forward

| April 18, 2022

Photo by Getty Images The Union for Reform Judaism pledged this week to make improvements to the way it handles sexual harassment, but some members of the community say the announced changes do not go far enough. The URJ, the congregational arm of the largest Jewish denomination in North America, released an investigation in February detailing its past failures to properly respond to incidents of sexual harassment at both summer camps and its head office.

What is Pesach? A guide to the Jewish Passover holiday – EWN

| April 18, 2022

The Jewish holiday Pesach, or Passover, is the celebration of the Israelites' liberation from slavery in Egypt. FILE: Passover candles. Picture: Pixabay JOHANNESBURG - Pesach or Passover is one of Judaism's most significant and widely observed holiday.

For Jews fleeing Ukraine, Passover takes on new meaning – The Associated Press – en Espaol

| April 18, 2022

Good morning! Happy morning! Rabbi Avraham Wolff exclaimed, with a big smile, as he walked into the Chabad synagogue in Odesa on a recent morning.

Can an all-Mormon cast pull off ‘Fiddler on the Roof’? J. – The Jewish News of Northern California

| April 18, 2022

For the people involved in these productions and for many of the BYU students I spoke with this line about the messiah was particularly poignant, almost as though they saw their faith in Jesus shared by the Jewish characters they were playing. But for me, it was slightly uncomfortable to see them reading this Jewish cultural text through the lens of their own Christianity. Christianity has a particularly delicate relationship to Judaism because it emerged from it Jesus was a Jew, after all.

No Invitation to a Passover Seder? Youre Not Alone. – The New York Times

| April 18, 2022

There should be a JSwipe for Passover Seders, said Pamela Rae Schuller, referring to the popular Jewish dating app.

Douglas Todd: Can Easter, Passover and Ramadan ease the pain of war? – Vancouver Sun

| April 18, 2022

Breadcrumb Trail Links Opinion: What do Christianity, Judaism and Islam which are all marking holy festivals this week have to offer during the destruction wrought by Russia's invasion of Ukraine? Publishing date: Tanks. Missile bombardments

The rebbes simple but genius recipe – The Jewish Standard

| April 18, 2022

Last week I met Mike. We spoke about Passover and everything that comes with it (you know how it is! Its a lot of stress making sure all the preparations get done.) Before I left, I offered to help him do the mitzvah of tefillin. Rabbi, you know Im a secular Jew, he said.

Hadas Fruchter Is a New Kind of Orthodox Jewish Leader – The Wall Street Journal

| April 11, 2022

Hadas Fruchter never aspired to be a rabbi when she was growing up. She couldnt: The job didnt yet exist for Modern Orthodox women. Eager to combine her knack for making people feel loved and seen with her devotion to Judaism, she figured she would run a Jewish nonprofit and try to marry a rabbi.


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