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OMNIQ’s Artificial Intelligence-Based Quest Shield Solution Selected by the Talmudical Academy of Baltimore – GlobeNewswire

| June 1, 2020

SALT LAKE CITY, June 01, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- OMNIQ, Inc. (OTCQB:OMQS) (OMNIQor the Company), announces that it has been selected to deploy its Quest Shield campus safety solution at the Talmudical Academy of Baltimore in Maryland. The Quest Shield security package uses the Companys AI-based SeeCube technology platform, a ground-breaking cloud-based/on-premise security solution for Safe Campus/School applications.

‘We stand in solidarity’: Jewish organizations respond to the protests over George Floyd’s death – JTA News

| June 1, 2020

(JTA) Jewish groups are expressing outrage over the death of George Floyd, a black man killed last week by a Minneapolis police officer who has subsequently been charged with second-degree murder, and solidarity with the sweeping national protests that have followed.

Around the (home) office with Finn Partners’ Go’el Jasper — and eight children – PRWeek

| May 29, 2020

Where do you work? Where is your work from home location?I am Finn Partners' managing partner and Israel country manager in Bet Shemesh, a Jerusalem suburb.

Mourning, healing, and proximity in a COVID world – Forward

| May 29, 2020

iStock Our experience of mourning during this grief-stricken period has been one of witnessing trauma layered with more trauma.

Sir Simon Schama the books that have shaped my life – Jewish News

| May 29, 2020

In the latest in our series of podcasts with Jewish people who are changing the world, Zaki Cooper talks to celebrated historian, writer and broadcaster Sir Simon Schama about his life, career and books that inspire him Sir Simon Schama is a historian and public intellectual. He is perhaps best known for his BBC series, A History of Britain, and, more recently, The Story of the Jews

Shavuot: The Holiday for the People of the Book – The Jewish Voice

| May 27, 2020

By: Rabbi Jonathan Feldman, PhD Shavuot could be considered the holiday of the book. Unlike Rosh Hashanah which has the shofar, Chanukah which has the menorah and Sukkot which has the four species and the sukkah, Shavuot has no concrete symbol

Whatever happened to the Ten Commandments? – The Jerusalem Post

| May 27, 2020

The Torah reading for Shavuot includes the Ten Commandments, following the opinion of one of the Tannaim (early Sages). This is, no doubt, the result of the rabbinic belief that the Torah was given on Mt. Sinai on Shavuot (Shabbat 86b).Even so, its very surprising that we read the Ten Commandments in public only on Shavuot and as part of the weekly portions of Yitro (Exodus 20) and Vaethanan (Deuteronomy 5).

A New Collection of the Rebbe’s Public Letters Published in Time for Shavuot – Universal and deeply personal, ‘michtavim klaliim’ set the tone for the…

| May 27, 2020

To the Sons and Daughters of Our People of Israel, Everywhere. It was with these words that the RebbeRabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson of righteous memorybegan his public letters, which were transcribed and published before major Jewish holidays each year. These letters, known as michtavim klaliim (general letters), would set the tone for the upcoming holiday

The rush to return to our sanctuaries is misplaced – Jewish Journal

| May 27, 2020

Last week, President Donald Trump called for churches, synagogues and mosques to reopen. In a press conference, the president said, In America we need more prayer, not less.

The Happiest Day of the Year is… Yes, Shavuos. Here’s Why – Yeshiva World News

| May 25, 2020

By Rabbi Yair Hoffman for 5TJT.com Most people think it is Purim or Simchas Torah but Shavuos??


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