German Police Beef Up Security in Jewish Areas of Bremen
jews told not to wear kippahs in muslim neighborhoods in germany

Police on Saturday stepped up security of the Jewish community in the northern German city of Bremen amid a heightened danger from Islamist terrorists.

Italian City Celebrates Reopening of Medieval Synagogue
trani sysnagogue
The Italian city of Trani celebrated the reopening of the medieval Scolanova Synagogue.

PBS Traces 350 Years of Jewish Migrations
German Jews Warned Against Wearing Kippahs
Michael Jackson and My Yarmulke
Germany Sued for Return of Medieval Collection Sold to Nazis

China, WJC Commemorate Shanghai Ghetto Liberation
shanghai ghetto
The World Jewish Congress and China's government are preparing a joint commemoration of the 70th anniversary of the liberation of the Shanghai Ghetto.

Alleged Auschwitz Medic, Now 94, Charged as Accessory to Murder
Third of Germans Think Israeli Policies Similar to Nazis
German Man Charged as Accessory to Murder of 170,000 at Auschwitz
The Holocaust's Foremost Unsung Hero

Reincarnation in Judaism?
The concept of reincarnation most likely predates the receiving of our Torah at Mt.Sinai 3300 years ago. Curiously there is no direct mention of reincarnation in the Torah...

Is it "OK" to Celebrate New Years?
Is the Channukah Bush Kosher?
Meet Rav Parry
The Evil Inclination in the Garden

Soul Food, March 4
The saddest aspect of life right now is that science gathers knowledge faster than society gathers wisdom.- Isaac Asimov
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Today in History, March 4
1949: The Security Council of the United Nations recommended Israel for membership in the international body.
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Anti-Semitism Doubled in France in 2014
antisemitism in france
Some 851 anti-Semitic acts were registered in 2014, compared with 423 the previous year, with acts of physical violence jumping to 241 from 105.

German Police Beef Up Security in Jewish Areas of Bremen
Belgian Public Schools Becoming Jew-Free Zones?
British Councillor Suspended Over Auschwitz-Related Tweet
Fire Started in Synagogue Near Paris

Ki Tisa: Two Types of Religious Encounter
Moses tablet and the golden calf
Framing the epic events of this week's Torah portion are two objects - the two sets of tablets, the first given before, the second after, the sin of the Golden Calf.

Tetzaveh: The Core Purpose
Terumah: What Really Counts
Va'eira: Hitting The Frogs
Vayechi: When Is It Permitted To Tell a Lie?
Ki Tisa: The Sin of the Golden Calf
A nation designated by God as His chosen people carries the expectation of special behavior. They are expected to know better.

Tetzaveh: For Whom The Light Shines
Va'eira: God's Presence In Abraham
Vayechi: Shared Blessing
Vayigash: Battle, Compromise, and Prayer
Parsha in a Nutshell: Ki Tisa
ki tisa parsha
The people of Israel are told to each contribute exactly half a shekel of silver to the Sanctuary.

Parsha in a Nutshell: Tetzaveh
Parsha in a Nutshell: Terumah
Parsha in a Nutshell: Va'eira
Parsha in a Nutshell: Vayeishev


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