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My Sweet Canary and Cloudy Sunday Streaming Globally in Commemoration of Holocaust Remembrance – The Pappas Post

| January 10, 2021

Hellenic Film Society USA (HFS) is streaming two Jewish-themed Greek films throughout the month of January to mark Holocaust Remembrance.

Holocaust Remembrance Day of the Greek Jewry on Jan. 21 via Zoom – The National Herald

| January 10, 2021

NEW YORK This year, the annual Holocaust Remembrance Day of the Greek Jewry will be held virtually via Zoom on January 21, 6 PM EST. The event features The Good Shepherds, an exhibition by the Jewish Museum of Greece in cooperation with The American Friends of the Jewish Museum of Greece

The luck of the black-eyed peas | Vanburen | thecabin.net – Log Cabin Democrat

| January 4, 2021

If you are like most families in the south you are accustomed to the annual tradition of eating black-eyed peas on New Years Day. Thought to bring good luck, the origin of the practice dates way back. Some historians trace the practice back to its possible Jewish roots

Israeli Black Panthers, Moroccan Jews and their social movement against discrimination – Yabiladi in English

| January 4, 2021

When Moroccan Jews immigrated to Israel in 1940s, they were promised a better life. Hundreds of them left the Kingdom to start a new life in the country

5 lucky New Year’s traditions + how to do them in Birmingham – Bham Now

| January 4, 2021

Author Beth Cunningham - December 28, 2020December 29, 2020Wishing you a happy and lucky year, Bham. Photo via @hermez777 on Unsplash I dont know if any fresh start will ever be as anticipated as January 1, 2021.

Oak Parker Shares Sephardic-Inspired Cuisine in The Marblespoon Cookbook – The Jewish News

| December 16, 2020

William Shakespeare wrote King Lear, Macbeth and Antony and Cleopatra during the bubonic plague of 1605. During the current pandemic, Oak Park mother of three, Vera Newman, 28, wrote, styled and photographed The Marblespoon Cookbook. Released in time for Chanukah by Menucha Publishers, it is a stunning anthology of recipes and a tribute to her childhood growing up in the vibrant Sephardic Jewish community of Panama City, Panama.

Nothing is more comforting than steamy hot soup, especially this traditional Moroccan bowl – The Boston Globe

| December 16, 2020

Every week, theres a fresh pot of soup simmering on a back burner on my stove. At first, there seems to be enough to feed an army.

Another Chanukah miracle: Morocco and Israel | Opinion | jewishaz.com – Jewish News of Greater Phoenix

| December 16, 2020

Theres a special place in my heart for Morocco.

Saved from Corona by the Merit of the Gaon – Yeshiva World News

| December 16, 2020

The amazing dream and the tefila that was accepted * The remarkable Gaon, head of the Sanhedrin in the time of Napoleon * New from the House of Machon Yerushalayim Only a few months ago, at the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, many Jewish communities throughout the world were hit hard, including the Jewish community in France, especially the community in Strasbourg. One of the rabbis of the Sephardic community in the city, also known as one of its outstanding Torah scholars, contracted the virus and was hospitalized in serious condition.

The enlightening tale behind the festival of Hanukkah – Khaleej Times

| December 16, 2020

The miracle of Hanukkah occurred approximately 22 centuries ago on the 25th day of Kislev 3591, when the Hashmonaim, family of Kohanim, reconquered the Holy Temple from the Greeks, regained their freedom to practice sacred duties, and found pure oil that miraculously burned for eight days. Observance of Hanukkah begins Our sages recognised the importance of this miracle and declared Hanukkah as "Days of Praise and Thanksgiving to the Almighty"


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