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Meet Prof. Noam Vered, the 1st woman to win the Israel Prize for Talmud – The Jerusalem Post

| April 29, 2020

When Prof.

Loving our neighbors. It’s all commentary. – The Jewish Star

| April 29, 2020

By Rabbi Dr.

Maine doctor answered the call to help at Boston field hospital – The Boston Globe

| April 29, 2020

A call went out for volunteers, and I answered. I wrote this on Friday, the day after my first shift at Boston Hope, a 1,000-bed field hospital built this month at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center to treat COVID-19 patients.

Hasidim clash with police in quarantined Beit Shemesh neighborhood – The Times of Israel

| April 29, 2020

A large crowd of Hasidim clashed with police in Beit Shemesh on Tuesday, three days into a government-mandated closure of two of the citys ultra-Orthodox neighborhoods. Dozens of black-clad men screamed Nazis as law enforcement officers attempted to shut down Ateret Yehoshua Talmud Torah, an Orthodox elementary school in the Hasidic enclave of Ramat Beit Shemesh Bet, which had remained open in violation of Health Ministry directives intended to stop the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Rabbi’s online cooking classes served with a side of Yiddishkeit – The Jewish News of Northern California

| April 29, 2020

Not many online cooking classes start with a plea to give tzedakah. But then, not many online cooking classes are taught by a Chabad rabbi.

PM Netanyahu Confirms: Schools To Re-Open On Sunday – Yeshiva World News

| April 29, 2020

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu confirmed on Monday evening that a decision has been made to re-open schools on Sunday in a limited fashion, beginning with children in kindergarten and 1st through 3rd grades. The decision is subject to change if infection rates begin to increase before then, with a situational assessment to take place on Friday.

On Yom HaZikaron, a glimpse into the tragedy and patriotism of Israels fallen soldiers – Forward

| April 29, 2020

iStock The Israeli flag flies over the Jewish Quarter in Jerusalems Old City. Israelis and Zionists around the world will mark Yom HaZikaron, this year starting on the evening of April 27. Yom HaZikaron LeHalalei Maarakhot Israel ulNifgeei Peulot HaEivah, literally: Memorial Day for the Fallen Soldiers of Israel and Victims of Terrorism

The end is actually the beginning and other life lessons from the Zabar’s lox counter – Forward

| April 26, 2020

September 1996. Its unsettling

Q & A: Making Up For What We Missed (Part I) – The Jewish Press – JewishPress.com

| April 26, 2020

Photo Credit: Jewish Press Question: The Covid-19 pandemic has put an end to almost all public gatherings; hence, much of Jewish congregational ritual has come to a halt. Is there a way to make up for everything we missed? M.

Response to coronavirus is coming together apart | Columnists – Rincn Latino

| April 26, 2020

While returning home on Saturday from mailing some letters, I pulled up behind a car at a stop light which had a bumper sticker with an American flag and the words United We Stand. The phrase comes from a longer saying, United we stand, divided we fall.


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