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Apartment Construction Planned In Kensington, Brooklyn – New York YIMBY

| June 15, 2024

New York-based real estate law firm Rosenberg & Estis P.C. has secured rezoning approval for Agudist Council of Greater New York, a Brooklyn congregation, to rehabilitate its synagogue and senior center at 817 Avenue H in Kensington, Brooklyn. The site has been owned and operated by the Agudist Council since 1975.

A synagogue on the water: a journey following Amsterdam’s Jews – Ynetnews

| June 15, 2024

On the Kiddush tables at the Portuguese Synagogue (Esnoga) in Amsterdam every Shabbat morning were plates of herring, salmon, tuna and various pastries. When one member of the small community, a Dutchman of course, saw us focusing on eating herring, he wondered, "You like herring? Israelis and herring?" We responded, "There's no Shabbat without herring on our table." He then added humorously, "But herring like ours cant be found anywhere.

How To Have the Most Fun Jewish Summer Camp Reunion With Your Besties – Alma

| June 15, 2024

Hello and welcome back to Hey Almas advice column on all things Jewish life check out whatour Instagram audience had to say about this weeks issue, read on for advice from our resident deputy managing editor/bossy Capricorn Jew, andsubmit your own dilemmas anonymously here. Hey, Hey Alma, Me and three of my friends from summer camp, who havent all been together in the same city for 3 years, are finally reuniting this summer. Were looking for some fun and Jewish-adjacent activities that can both scratch that nostalgic itch while also honor the fact that were adults with like, jobs and responsibilities and stuff.

Standing Committee meeting of European rabbis opens in France – The Jerusalem Post

| June 7, 2024

At the Jewish Community Center in Lyon, France, two weeks ago, the meeting of the Standing Committee of the Conference of European Rabbis took place. Dozens of chief rabbis, heads of rabbinical courts, and judges from most European countries gathered under the leadership of the conference's president, Rabbi Pinchas Goldschmidt, and the chairman of the standing committee, Rabbi Menachem Gelley, to discuss various issues concerning Jewish communities in Europe. Rabbi Pinchas Goldschmidt, in his opening remarks, stated, "The member states of the European Union need to talk less and do more to protect the Jews of Europe." He provided a comprehensive review of the conference's activities with EU institutions and member governments and the manifesto published by the conference ahead of the EU elections, urging European leaders to commit to combating antisemitism with renewed vigor and determination.

He saw the horrors of Dachau. Now, this WWII veteran warns against Holocaust denial – Franklin News Post

| June 7, 2024

DUNWOODY, Ga. Victory over Germany was in sight for the Allies on April 29, 1945, as the 42nd Infantry Division stormed toward Munich. Pfc

Remembering the Holocaust as Gaza Starves – CounterPunch.org – CounterPunch

| June 7, 2024

Photograph by Nathaniel St. Clair On May 4, as war and famine raged in Gaza, Amsterdam marked Remembrance Day, an annual commemoration of those who resisted the Nazi occupation, with special emphasis from the citys organizing committee on the Jews who perished in the onslaught.

He saw the horrors of Dachau. Now, this WWII veteran warns against Holocaust denial – Opelika Auburn News

| June 7, 2024

DUNWOODY, Ga. Victory over Germany was in sight for the Allies on April 29, 1945, as the 42nd Infantry Division stormed toward Munich. Pfc

The Greek Diaspora Around the World – GreekReporter.com – Greek Reporter

| June 7, 2024

Greek dancing at the Greek Festival in Atlanta.

"Ukrainian Shabbat" in Israel: Jewish religious memory and the war in Ukraine – UJE – Ukrainian Jewish Encounter

| June 7, 2024

Posted In: Commentary, Commentary and Analysis We meet "Queen of Shabbat" to the tunes of Sephardic Jews in the small synagogue of our newly constructed subdivision with a view of Mount Carmel.

Lamplighters Preschool to Exhibit Engaging Art Experience | Community | thejewishnews.com – The Jewish News

| May 30, 2024

Three years ago, Lamplighters Preschool opened its doors in Royal Oak, offering a fresh and innovative approach to early childhood education for Jewish families throughout Detroit. As the only Reggio Emilia-inspired Jewish preschool in the city, Lamplighters a department of the Royal Oak Chabad headed by Rabbi Moishie and Mushky Glitsenstein has quickly become a beacon of progressive Jewish education, emphasizing creativity, community and cultural pride. At Lamplighters, children are encouraged to express themselves through art, play and hands-on activities, fostering academic skills and a deep connection to their Jewish heritage.


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