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Synagogue counts its blessings on 50th anniversary – The Jewish Standard

| May 23, 2021

Milestones anniversaries, say have a way of focusing peoples attention, shining a spotlight on major events, changes, and challenges. As Beth Haverim Shir Shalom prepares to celebrate its 50th anniversary, that spirit of reflection is very much alive in the community

Treasures from Archives of Rabbi Shmuel Lew Printed in Teshura – Anash.org – Good News

| May 23, 2021

100 pages of letters and maanos from the Rebbe to Rabbi Shmuel Lew, longtime shliach and educator in London, were published in a teshura distributed by his grandchilds wedding Wednesday night. By Anash.org reporter 100 pages of letters and maanos from the Rebbe to Rabbi Shmuel Lew, longtime shliach and educator in London, were published in a teshura distributed by his grandchilds wedding Wednesday night

Rabbi taken to hospital after ‘religiously-aggravated assault’ in Essex – Echo

| May 23, 2021

A RABBI was taken to hospital after being attacked in a "religiously-aggravated assault" in Essex.

Rabbi Sally: Its time to find peace in your life – Desert Sun

| May 8, 2021

Rabbi Sally Olins, Special to The Desert Sun Published 12:36 a.m. PT May 7, 2021 It's easy during difficult times to lose your focus and forget about the positive things you have.(Photo: Kevin Valerio, pexels.com) The past year has been a trying time for all of us

Convinced he’s dead, a young man asks a rabbi to recite mourner’s prayer for him – The Times of Israel

| May 8, 2021

The film The Forbidden Wish begins with a young man entering an American synagogue the day before Yom Kippur. He encounters the rabbi, who is rehearsing his Kol Nidre sermon for the eve of the Day of Atonement. The young man asks the rabbi to recite the Kaddish, the Jewish mourners prayer.

Rabbi Druckman: Gov’t should be based on Jews, not others, no Ra’am – The Jerusalem Post

| May 8, 2021

Rabbi Haim Druckman, one of the most influential religious-Zionist rabbinical leaders, has once again ruled out a coalition including the Religious Zionist Party that would be backed and supported by the Ra'am Islamist party. Druckman said the government should be based on Jews and not others, adding It is not others who should coronate our government in reference to Ra'am or the other Arab parties, although added that the Religious Zionist Party seeks to help all citizens of the state. Druckman was speaking following a meeting of several of the most senior religious-Zionist rabbis following Taus letter and reported pressure from Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on them to agree to a minority government backed by Ra'am

How interfaith relations will pave the way for an inclusive future in the Middle East – Gulf Business

| May 8, 2021

When I interviewed Rabbi Marc Schneier in December last year, he made a prediction that the rift among the GCC states would be mended very soon. By the next time we spoke, inMarch, that prediction had borne fruit with Qatar normalising relations with the other Gulf states. Resolving conflicts and promoting greater harmony is a subject close to the rabbis heart whether that is across faiths or beyond borders

Who is speaking up for you here? – The Riverdale Press

| May 8, 2021

To the editor: (re: Weiss never speaks for me, but Bowman often does, April 29) It is not common to see an Orthodox Jew praise U.S.

TV Recap: "Sydney to the Max" – Sydney Helps Olive Overhaul Her Big Day in "The Bat Mitzvah Planner" – LaughingPlace.com -…

| May 8, 2021

In this weeks new episode of Sydney to the Max, both of their best friends turn 13. Titled The Bat Mitzvah Planner, Sydneys story finds her helping Olive plan for her special day while Max in the past tries to make Leos birthday special. Heres a recap of both sides of this episodes story

‘You made the most of your life’: Bergenfield teen given special burial in Israel – NorthJersey.com

| May 8, 2021

A stampede at a religious festival attended by tens of thousands of ultra-Orthodox Jews in northern Israel killed at least 44 people and injured about 150 early Friday, medical officials said. (April 30) AP Domestic A funeral held Sunday for Donny Morris, the 18-year-old Bergenfield man killed during a deadly religious event in Israel, drew tens of thousands of viewers still reeling from the Middle Eastern tragedy last week. In a nighttime ceremony livestreamed from Israel, speakers paid homage to Morris in a mix of Hebrew and English, remembering the Bergenfield teen as an angelic, pure soul who dedicated his last days to studying his faith abroad


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