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Ownership of Egon Schiele Drawing Lost During Holocaust to Be Decided by New York Court – ARTnews

| May 11, 2024

A 1917 drawing by Egon Schiele is at the center of a restitution case that will soon head to court in New York. The work in question, Portrait of the Artists Wife (1917), depicts Edith Schiele with her hands folded in her lap

Rabbi Yosef Zvi Rimon: Influencing the fate of millions with muscular dystrophy – The Jerusalem Post

| May 11, 2024

One Saturday night while Rabbi Yosef Zvi Rimon was teaching a group of seminary students at his house in Alon Shvut, there was a knock at the door. Tentatively, he opened it and was greeted with dozens of faces looking at him expectantly. He apologized and said that he was busy teaching a class, but they pleaded that theirs was a case of pikuach nefesh saving a Jewish life

UN Official Duped By Fake Rabbi’s Invite To Speak On ‘Morality Of Intifada’ At Anti-Israel Protest – The Daily Wire

| May 11, 2024

A United Nations official was duped by an invitation and honorarium offer from the satirical Chief Rabbi of Gaza to speak to anti-Israel protesters at Columbia University about the Morality of Intifada.

Cousin of Rabbi Meir Kahane Arrested After Driving Into Pro-Palestinian Protest in NYC – Democracy Now!

| May 11, 2024

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American envoy to Israel tells rabbi that war in Gaza is ‘very unpopular’ in the US – The Times of Israel

| May 11, 2024

In rare public comments, US Ambassador to Israel Jack Lew is filmed explaining to a prominent ultra-Orthodox rabbi in Bnei Brak the difficult position in which President Joe Biden finds himself as he tries to defend Israel in the war against Hamas. Its not easy because its a very hard war and its not a very popular war in the United States very unpopular, Lew is heard telling Hillel Hirsch

At Auschwitz, former chief rabbi Lau calls on Diaspora Jews to move to Israel – The Times of Israel

| May 11, 2024

At Auschwitz-Birkenau, Rabbi Yisrael Meir Lau calls on the thousands of Diaspora Jews there commemorating the Holocaust to immigrate to Israel. We have a home, and that is Israel. So I tell all of you wonderful Jewish youth: Come home

World Central Kitchen says it will resume operations in Gaza – NPR

| April 29, 2024

People stand next to a vehicle in Deir Al-Balah, in the central Gaza Strip, on April 2, where workers from the World Central Kitchen (WCK), were killed in Israeli airstrikes, according to the NGO. Yasser Qudihe/Middle East Images/AFP via Getty hide caption People stand next to a vehicle in Deir Al-Balah, in the central Gaza Strip, on April 2, where workers from the World Central Kitchen (WCK), were killed in Israeli airstrikes, according to the NGO. The aid group World Central Kitchen said it was resuming operations in Gaza, less than a month after seven of its staff were killed in Israeli airstrikes.

Mary Jane Rein leaves Clark University Holocaust center – The Jerusalem Post

| April 20, 2024

(JTA) - As Mary Jane Rein prepared to publicly exit her role as executive director of Clark Universitys Holocaust center, she attended a local fundraiser for Catholic schools. After 20 years, she was leaving her job at Clark on bad terms. A member of the Holocaust and Genocide Studies Ph.D.

‘The Last Yiddish Tango’ blends music with testimonies of Holocaust survivors – thejewishchronicle.net

| April 20, 2024

Pittsburghers soon will get to experience an award-winning cross-pollination of Yiddish music with testimonies from women who survived the Holocaust. To mark Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), Rodef Shalom Congregation will host on May 5 the Pittsburgh premiere of Silent Tears: The Last Yiddish Tango, whose music in 2023 hit No. 1 the first Yiddish-language album ever to do that on World Music Charts Europe.

Why Jewish Educators Must Go to Israel Now – The Times of Israel

| April 20, 2024

The days and weeks following October 7thwere some of the most difficult in the lives of Jewish educators. Those of us who had spent the past three years adapting our programs for Zoom learning, hybrid learning, pandemic learning, and any other effects of COVID-19 were now faced with the need to adjust once again, to provide both comfort and information to our learners and their families. We fielded countless calls about antisemitism in schools, planned programs, and lessons to reflect the ever-changing reality in Israel, and gave space to students to mourn and ask questions


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