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‘Miracle’ Door That Prevented Yom Kippur Massacre at German Synagogue to Become Work of Art – Algemeiner

| December 14, 2019

Flowers and candles are seen outside the synagogue in Halle, Germany, Oct. 10, 2019, after two people were killed in a shooting

President and CEO of JFNA Eric Fingerhut goes one-on-one with the CJN – Cleveland Jewish News

| December 14, 2019

Eric D. Fingerhut, president and CEO of Jewish Federations of North America, spoke about FedLab, the global Jewish agenda of JFNA, and his personal affiliations as a Jew, during a wide-ranging interview with the Cleveland Jewish News. Fingerhut, who was in Cleveland on Dec

20 Biggest Crime Stories of the Year – 24/7 Wall St.

| December 14, 2019

By John Harrington and Samuel StebbinsDecember 13, 2019 7:08 pm As 2019 fades into history, America ruefully looks back on another year of mass murders, bias-inspired crimes, child and sex abuse cases, fraud involving the privileged class, and other misdeeds. Using media sources such as The New York Times, National Public Radio, and The Associated Press, 24/7 Wall St. reviewed hundreds of popular news stories to create a list of the years biggest crime stories

Chapter 6 From inspiration to action, Sosua75 is conceived – Dominican Today

| December 14, 2019

Renn Loren Returning to our ongoing series feature story, we covered a lot of ground in the first 5 Chapters of Hugh Bavers life and his journey to Sosua. Beginning with his adoption and early childhood years, we learned of his developing love for the sport of baseball and commitment to his Jewish upbringing. Significantly influencing his future steps, now coming more clearly into focus is how the Dominican Republic and the Jewish origins of the region ultimately attracted him here

Want to celebrate Hanukkah? These Atlanta synagogues and temples are hosting events – MDJOnline.com

| December 13, 2019

Hanukkah, also known as the Festival of Lights, commemorates the Maccabees win over the Syrian Greek army and the subsequent miracle of rededicating the holy temple in Jerusalem and restoring its menorah, or lamp. This year, it will start at sundown Dec

Religious Freedom Celebrated on Holiday Tour – Newport This Week

| December 13, 2019

Touro Synagogue will be decorated for the holidays and docents will educate visitors on the evolution of Chanukah during the open house tour. (Photo by Michael Melford) The Historic Houses of Worship Holiday Traditions tour will take place on Dec. 23 from noon to 3 p.m.

5 Non-Drinking Things to do This Weekend in Detroit – Detroitisit

| December 13, 2019

5 Non-Drinking Things to do This Weekend in Detroit is a roundup of our favorite ways to indulge and adventure without drinking.

Fears mount that New Jersey shooting was anti-Semitic attack – 10TV

| December 13, 2019

JERSEY CITY, N.J. (AP) Fears that a deadly shooting at a Jewish market in Jersey City was an anti-Semitic attack mounted on Wednesday as authorities recounted how a man and a woman deliberately pulled up to the place in a rental van with at least one rifle and got out firing. A day after the gunbattle and standoff that left six people dead the two killers, a police officer and three people who had been inside the store state and federal law enforcement officials warned they have not established the motive for the attack.

The top 10 Jewish stories of 2019 – JTA News

| December 11, 2019

(JTA) For many Jews around the world, theres probably no love lost for 2019. As the year draws to a close, the Jewish community continues to grapple with the continued rise of global anti-Semitism one major community in Europe is facing the possible election as prime minister of a man who many Jews consider an anti-Semite

A Rare 3rd-Century Synagogue, and Its Even Rarer Mosaic – Mosaic

| December 7, 2019

In 2014, archaeologists discovered the ruins of a synagogue from the 3rd century CE in the ancient town of Majdulia.


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