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Book takes Jewish children to ‘The Very Best Sukkah’ in Uganda J. – The Jewish News of Northern California

| October 15, 2022

Shoshana Nambiis a rabbinic student at Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion in New York City. A native of Eastern Uganda, she grew up in the small but powerful Abayudaya Jewish community. She recently authored a childrens book, The Very Best Sukkah, about the Jewish holiday of Sukkot and the joyful way it is celebrated in her community

Local Jews render aid to those hit by Hurricane Ian – jewishpresspinellas

| October 15, 2022

When Hurricane Ians path veered into southwest Florida instead of the Tampa Bay area, the local Jewish community reacted with compassion and generosity. Images of massive destruction and flooding emerged as the storm passed and it was clear there was a huge need to help. Within days, folks from the Tampa area gathered up thousands of pounds of supplies, from batteries and water to clothing, toiletries, cleaning supplies, canned goods and prepared meals supplies and made trips to hard-hit areas to render aid and supplies

We Need to Support Chabad of Cutler Bay – Miami’s Community Newspapers

| October 10, 2022

Grant Miller A final vote will come before the Cutler Bay Town Council at the October 19th council meeting regarding an application by Chabad of Cutler Bay to amend the zoning of a parcel of land to Institutional, so the Chabad can at last have a more fitting location.

Guest Commentary: Of Voting and Atonement – The Philadelphia Citizen

| October 10, 2022

With the final sounding of the Shofar at the end of Yom Kippur, the holiest season of the Jewish year will end Wednesday night. It began on Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year. For this 10-day period, we have been urged by our tradition to search our moral and spiritual ways, change our direction, and determine to be better people in the new year

Islamic Tahrif, Jewish Metaphors And The 99 Names Of Allah OpEd – Eurasia Review

| October 10, 2022

Tarf (distortion) is an Arabic term used by most Muslim Scholars to refer to the alterations they believe have been made to the previous revelations of God in Tawrat (Torah), Zabur (Psalms) and the Injil (Gospel). It is sometimes also used to describe Biblical metaphors. For example, Professor Rabbi Andrea L.

This is the year to be an influencer of goodness: Rabbi Levi Greenberg – El Paso Times

| October 8, 2022

Rabbi Levi Greenberg| Guest columnist Holidays are generally the same every year.

Rabbi Leonard Lewy is here to help staff chaplain at Ascension Columbia St. Marys Hospital in Ozaukee – The Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle

| October 8, 2022

Rabbi Leonard Lewy knew he wanted a career that would allow him to perpetuate Judaism and the Jewish community. His faith and culture were important to him as a second-generation Holocaust survivor

Rangers predicted XI as Malik Tillman offered redemption chance with Rabbi Matondo to start against St Mirren – Scottish Daily Express

| October 8, 2022

Giovanni Van Bronckhorst has plenty of options to choose from as Rangers look to see off St Mirren in the league.

The Rev. Sara LaWall, Rabbi Dan Fink and the Rev. Andrew Kukla: Faith leaders unite in condemning Idaho’s abortion ban – The Spokesman Review

| October 8, 2022

The Rev. Sara LaWall, Rabbi Dan Fink and the Rev. Andrew Kukla By The Rev.

Portlands Jewish Music Fest to bring music, food and fun – KOIN.com

| October 8, 2022

Although this event is a moment of celebration for the Jewish community, all are welcome to the festivities.


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