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Ask great questions and other core principles of journalism and Judaism – Forward

| December 4, 2021

This is an adaptation of Looking Forward, a weekly email from our editor-in-chief sent on Friday afternoons. Sign up here to get the Forwards free newsletters delivered to your inbox. Our free printable weekly magazine is back! Download stories about Gabby Giffords Bat Mitzvah, Stephen Sondheims legacy, Hanukkahs true meaning and much more

Cartman Converts to Judaism on ‘South Park,’ After Decades of Tormenting Jews – Jewish Exponent

| December 4, 2021

An adult Eric Cartman (Trey Parker) is now a rabbi on South Park: Post COVID. (Screenshot via Paramount Plus via JTA.org) By Andrew Lapin One of televisions most notorious cartoon antisemites is now an Orthodox rabbi

There is no one way to do a b’nei mitzvah – The Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle

| December 4, 2021

A congregant had a request, said Rabbi Joel Dinin. The man, in his 80s, wanted to participate in an adult bar mitzvah ceremony at Milwaukees Lake Park Synagogue.

Opinion | The National Debate Over Abortion Laws – The New York Times

| December 4, 2021

To the Editor: Re Why the Feminist Movement Needs Pro-Life People (Opinion, nytimes.com, Nov.

The newly renovated Jewish Community Center of Omaha is hosting its annual Jewish Film Festival – KMTV – 3 News Now

| December 4, 2021

OMAHA. NEB.

So much to be grateful for at this time of year – Jewish Community Voice

| December 4, 2021

FEDERATION 411 By ohtadmin | on December 01, 2021 With Thanksgiving and Chanukah so close to one another this year, it feels like the perfect time to take stock of all that I am grateful for. These are holidays that are laden with tradition and that comes with a sense that we are more connected to one another and to our histories during these celebrations. Its a feeling that I try to carry with me throughout the year, acknowledging all that I am thankful forthe people, the community, and the strength of our Judaism.

Hundreds of Hanukkah Kits Sent to Jews Living in Arab Countries – Algemeiner

| December 4, 2021

JNS.org Hundreds of kits containing Hanukkah items, such as menorahs and dreidels, were recently sent to Jews living in Arab countries who must observe their Judaism secretively.

An open letter to Rabbi Serfaty of Amsterdam – The Times of Israel

| December 4, 2021

To: Rabbi M. SerfatyRabbi, The Portuguese-Spanish Synagogue, Amsterdam30.11.2021 Rabbi Serfaty, Shalom.Yesterday I was overwhelmed by the emails I received showing me the letter from the 28th of November that you sent to Professor Yitzchak Melamed in the USA.

Fight like Judah Maccabee’s sister for abortion rights J. – The Jewish News of Northern California

| December 4, 2021

This piece originally ran on TC Jewfolk. On the third day of Hanukkah, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Dobbs v

"To those who celebrate." What’s up with that? – Religion News Service

| December 4, 2021

(RNS) Lets call it Facebook Theology. Over the past year, I have noticed an interesting trend on social media. A religious holiday comes, and people will post appropriate photographs and graphics, and offer the following greeting: Happy (name of holiday) to those who celebrate


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