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My shul did everything right and the government still shut us down. Theyre right. – Forward

| October 8, 2020

Weve done everything right.

A Task Force to Combat Online Antisemitism? Get Real – The Times of Israel

| October 8, 2020

Creating a global inter-parliamentary task force to combat digital antisemitism a few weeks before a presidential election isnt credible, and thats putting it mildly.

Conversations with Jewish Texts Offered by B’nai Shalom’s Culture and Learning Center this October – TAPinto.net

| October 7, 2020

If you are someone who wants to take part in intriguing conversations about how Jewish texts are relevant in our daily lives, then you should check out Torah talk classes being offered by the Culture and Learning Center at Bnai Shalom in West Orange, NJ. All classes are free (except as noted below) and are open to the community.

Welcome to the Future, Third Time Around | Lander College of Arts & Sciences – Touro College News

| October 7, 2020

Despite a raging pandemic, colleges and universities took advantage of mature technologies to transition online, preserving the safety of students and faculty while maintaining true to our educational goals. Understandably, many participants in this bold enterprise lamented what was lost, even temporarily, myself included.

NYC schools in COVID-19 hot spots will close starting Tuesday: Gov. Cuomo – New York Post

| October 7, 2020

Schools in Brooklyn and Queens neighborhoods experiencing COVID-19 outbreaks will again be closed for in-person classes starting Tuesday though businesses will remain open for now, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Monday

Jewish Community Mourns the Passing of Rabbi RBO Bat-Or – Jewish Journal

| October 7, 2020

Local Los Angeles Rabbi RBO Bat-Or, passed away on Oct.

Under the sukkah with the Rabbi of Chelm, the city of holy fools J. – The Jewish News of Northern California

| October 4, 2020

TheTorah columnis supported by a generous donation from Eve Gordon-Ramek in memory of Kenneth Gordon.First day of SukkotLeviticus 22:2623:44 Its the first day of Sukkot and the Rabbi of Chelm, the city of holy fools, is sitting in his sukkah with just a few masked guests sitting 6 feet apart. Its a month before Election Day and, my oh my, have words been flying. He is in the sukkah because of todays Torah reading: The Lord spoke to Moses, saying: Say to the Israelite people: On the 15th day of this seventh month there shall be the Feast of Booths to the Lord, [to last] seven days.

The Jewish philosopher Spinoza was one of the great Enlightenment thinkers. So why was he ‘cancelled’? – ABC News

| October 4, 2020

We often think of cancel culture as a contemporary phenomenon, driven by social media and rife in our hyper-connected world. But really, punishing people for their ideas and opinions has been going on for as long as people have been thinking. Take the philosopher Baruch Spinoza

So someone you hate is sick. What Jewish tradition says about praying for them. – Forward

| October 4, 2020

So, you found out someone whom you detest is sick. Maybe its a political opponent. Maybe it is someone who you think is downright evil.

On Simchat Torah, a Jew Never Dances Alone – The Absurdity of a Quarantined Simchat Torah – Chabad.org

| October 4, 2020

And now we arrive at the point where Jewish practice attains the apex of a rich and beautiful theater of the absurd. This Simchat Torah, a Jew will take a book off the shelf, kiss it, dance with it, jump, twirl and holler with it. Alone


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