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Now Is the Time to Start the Jerusalem Talmud! – Dive into our new … –

| September 16, 2023

Now Is the Time to Start the Jerusalem Talmud! - Dive into our new ...

Looking into Seattle’s Sephardic Jewish history – The Jerusalem Post

| September 12, 2023

SEATTLE For Raye Behar, 90, the opportunity to act as a guide on a recent sold-out tour of Sephardic landmarks in the Seattle neighborhood where she grew up was invigorating as well as nostalgic. Riding in the front of a van that carried a diverse group brought together by the Washington State Jewish Historical Society and the Seattle Sephardic Network, Behar told story after story about the Jews from Rhodes and Turkey who found themselves in Seattles Central Area in the early 20th century

Religions – Judaism: The Synagogue – BBC

| September 7, 2023

Synagogue layout and services Inside the synagogue The synagogue is the Jewish place of worship, but is also used as a place to study, and often as a community centre as well. Orthodox Jews often use the Yiddish word shul (pronounced shool) to refer to their synagogue.

All the Ways We Deny Antisemitism – TIME

| August 30, 2023

All the Ways We Deny Antisemitism   TIME

The only Jew in remote Greenland sometimes feels like ‘the last person …

| August 16, 2023

NARSAQ, Greenland (JTA) This picturesque village on the southwestern coast of Greenland where famed Viking Erik the Red first arrived more than 1,000 years ago is about as off-the-beaten-path as one can get. Sheep outnumber the towns population 20-1 and the only way to reach an airport is via helicopter or ship. Yet for Paul Cohen, an American Jew who has lived here with his wife Monika for 22 years, Narsaqs remoteness is more than offset by its stunning landscapes, clean air and laidback lifestyle

British Jews – Wikipedia

| August 16, 2023

British citizens who identify as Jewish British Jews (often referred to collectively as British Jewry or Anglo-Jewry) are British citizens who identify as Jewish. The number of people who identified as Jews in the United Kingdom rose by just under 4% between 2001 and 2021. The first recorded Jewish community in Britain was brought to England in 1070 by King William the Conqueror, who believed that what he assumed to be its commercial skills would make his newly won country more prosperous

Was Shakespeare a believing Jew? – Sun Sentinel

| August 4, 2023

Was William Shakespeare, the most famous playwright of all-time, actually a faithful Jew? At first glance the question seems preposterous

Hebrew Wikipedia – Wikipedia

| August 3, 2023

Hebrew Wikipedia (Hebrew: , IPA:[vikipedja ha()ivit]) is the Hebrew language edition of Wikipedia. This edition was started on 8 July 2003[1] and contains more than 339,000 articles as of August 2023.

The Palestinian Leader Who Survived the Death of Palestine

| August 1, 2023

Palestinian politician Hussein al-Sheikh strode into a fortified conference room in the towering Tel Aviv headquarters of Israels Defense Ministry in February 2022. Few Palestinians enter the inner sanctum of Israels military, but, as Sheikh recalled, he was greeted by the top army brass and the leadership of the secretive Shin Bet intelligence apparatus

Holocaust (miniseries) – Wikipedia

| July 28, 2023

1978 American television miniseries directed by Marvin J. Chomsky AmericanTV series or program Holocaust (full title: Holocaust: The Story of the Family Weiss) (1978) is an American television miniseries which aired on NBC over four nights, from April 16 April 19, 1978. It dramatizes the Holocaust from the perspective of the Weiss family, fictional Berlin Jews Dr

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