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1. Turnout for Jerusalem Gay Pride Parade Sets Record
July 21, 2016

Security was very tight Thursday in Jerusalem for the city's annual gay pride parade, after an ultra-Orthodox Jew stabbed a teenage girl to death at last year's march. About 25,000 people marched this year, a record turnout for the event. Two men kicked off the parade by getting married under the traditional Jewish wedding canopy, followed by marchers waving rainbow flags, beating drums and hoisting banners with the Star of David. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu did not appear at the march, but sent a message declaring that all people are equal. "The march... (read more)

2. Hassidic Jewish Practice of Arranged Marriages
November 14, 2013

Hassidic Jewish Practice of Arranged Marriages By Frederick Hoehn, copyright 2012. 09/25/12 Last night, on Turner Classic Movies, on Cox Cable, they spoke to the effect that it’s about Yom Kippur season, so they chose to present some movies about Jewish culture. The movie I saw starred Rod Steiger in the role of a Hassidic Rabbi, and Maximilian Schell as an Orthodox Jew seeking to establish Israel in the land of Palestine. (So, the movie was probably from about the 1940’s). The son of one of those fathers tells the son of the other father that Hassidic Jews have ar... (read more)

Author: Frederick Hoehn

3. About Bat Mitzvah Kippahs
October 23, 2013

Kippahs are a type of cap that is very essential to the Jewish community during their religious ceremonies. It is perhaps the most identifiable mark of a Jew. Kippahs are usually worn by men and there are also variants that are worn by women occasionally. The Kippahs are very important to them. The Bat Mitzvah Kippahs and the bar mitzvah kippahs can be easily acquired from the local market. However, one can choose to buy them online and also customize them as there are a few web services that offer those. Where to buy The Fence gate Repair and the bar mitzvah kippahs are usually very cheap.... (read more)

Author: Sam Freedman

4. Obama's Change - A Brand of Evil
July 07, 2013

Every period of time in this world has had its despots, and tyrants who forced their particular brand of evil on those they ruled. To insult the Jews, Antiochus Epiphanes (Antiochus IV) slew a pig in the most sacred spot in the world for Jewish people, the Holy of Holies. Herod wanting to please the Romans hoisted up the Roman Eagle over the door of the Temple; which was a clear defilement in the eyes of every Jew. Later Roman Emperor Nero began killing Christians for sport and to entertain his willing blood thirsty citizens. Fast forward to modern despots. There are so ma... (read more)

Author: Michael Bresciani

5. The Significance of Jewish Heritage Tours for Pilgrims and Customs Buffs
March 27, 2013

One of the oldest and most prominent faiths on the planet emerged in Israel-- Judaism. This faith is basically defined as the viewpoint and way of life of the Jewish people. On top of this, Judaism has become an important part of other lifestyles around the globe given the Jewish people's Diaspora. If you have been a Jew since birth or converted into Judaism from another faith, you will be interested regarding the faith's origins and will wish to retrace your steps. Bonding with fellow Jews in your society, and adopting the holy holidays also helps you be at peace with your religious disp... (read more)

Author: Constance Todd

6. Jewish Heritage Tours: What It Can Offer
March 01, 2013

Israel is among the most intriguing spots to check out on the planet, not only for its long history but also its significance to three major religions. You don't have to be a Christian, a Moslem, or a Jew to appreciate its many religious attractions. Anybody who plans to visit a nation that offers distinct historic learning experiences will surely enjoy the journey. You can book well-planned Jewish heritage tours to better admire the nation, without wasting any time. A visit to the historical city of Jerusalem, looked at by Israelis as their rightful capital, is part of the package. This ... (read more)

Author: Constance Todd

7. Review-All My Love, Detrick
February 19, 2013

All My Love, Detrick, Roberta Kagan, 2012, Kindle e-book This is a love story set in Nazi Germany. Detrick is an Aryan, living in Berlin, who, for years, has worked in the bicycle repair shop of Jacob Abdenstern. Accompanying Jacob home one night, Detrick meets Leah, his daughter. There is an instant attraction between them. They have to keep their romance very quiet, because, in Nazi Germany, any public affection between an Aryan and a Jew is very illegal. Detrick is extremely uninterested in anything to do with the Nazi Party. Karl, Leah's brother, is one of those accustomed t... (read more)

Author: Paul Lappen

8. jewish
February 02, 2013

Jewish jewelry is quite possibly the most popular way for Jews to seem and also experience tremendous, even though displaying their absolutely love for their religion and folk. When ever a Jew needs to express that they are happy, they will don this form of jewellery. Most certainly, the earth of trend and jewellery for Jewish people is at a position where exactly the contemporary designs meet common languages, specially Hebrew.In buy for jewellery to be labeled as a Jewish piece, it has to include things like motifs from this religion. For illustration, the Menorah which is the formal symbols... (read more)

Author: Rickie Yde

9. The Place of Jewelry in Jewish Tradition
January 19, 2013

Jewelry figures in many cultures all around the world but perhaps not quite as prominently than in the Jewish religion and traditions. Many Jewish practices discourage or absolutely forbid the use of jewelry while others not only encourage but dictate it. Either way, it is an unmistakable acknowledgement of the role that jewelry plays in the daily lives of Jewish people. Marriage Jewish halakha actually instructs Jewish husbands to buy their wives new clothes and jewelry before every yom tov. This practice is very much in keeping with what is written in the Talmud about what a man must ... (read more)

Author: David W

10. Paranoid hitler had 'messiah complex': secret uk analysis - 3D Cinema System - CHINA Customers Proj
January 08, 2013

LONDON- Adolf Hitler had a "messiah complex" and becameincreasingly obsessed with the perceived Jewish "enemy within" asWorld War II turned against Germany, according to a secret 1942assessment unveiled Friday. The British intelligence report, which lay apparently unread fromthe war until its recent rediscovery, found that the Nazi dictatorturned to "Jew-phobia" as the likelihood of defeat increased. The wartime analysis, now made public by the University ofCambridge, was commissioned by social scientist Mark Abrams andwritten by his colleague Joseph MacCurdy, a Cambridge academic. Ab... (read more)

Author: qrt etget

11. The Star of David- unique expression of biblical tradition
December 19, 2012

Are you a follower of the ancient biblical heritage? A Jew or a Christian? A lover of God and the mystery of the past? You probably love feeling the connection to your religious heritage. One of the ways to experience this bond had always been by wearing a symbol. The Star of David had been the most widely recognized symbol of Jewish identity and roots for generations. It is also called the shield of david- “Magen David” in Hebrew, which is also one of God’s titles. It is named after King David of Ancient Israel and its usage began in the middle ages. The Star geometry is of the hexa... (read more)

Author: vic barr

12. Chanukah of Jew
December 03, 2012

Chanukah commemorates the successful rebellion of the Jewish people against the Syrians in the Maccabean War of 162 BCE, but the military associations of this festival are played down. What is really being celebrated is the survival of Judaism. After the Jewish people's victory they ritually cleansed and rededicated the Temple, then re-lit the menorah or “perpetual lamp”; hence one of the other names for this celebration, the Feast of Dedication (Hanukkah means “dedication” in Hebrew). The story is told that although there was only enough consecrated oil to keep the lamp burning for one da... (read more)

Author: marry smith

13. Jewish celebrations incomplete without Jewish gifts—Chanukah
July 24, 2012

If you have a Jewish friend or if you have to attend an event of Jewish community; then you should also be aware of their gifts. Did you have any idea about Chanukah, it is a Jewish event. There is a particular set of gifts which is given to the host during this event. Gifts as menorahs, candles, serving pieces, Latke Platters, collectibles and toys can be some of the most treasured items that are given out to the host. Jew Events:- Jewish is a much closed community, it is very hard to find about them. But thanks to internet there is information about everything. You can very easily... (read more)

Author: james allen

14. Explore the beautiful and mysterious Jewish Culture and Traditions
May 23, 2012

The Jew happens to be a distinct community in the world whose history dates back to the ancient times of the Jesus Christ. They are yet another community known for their religious and cultural steadfastness and orthodoxy. Though the reformist Jew sect is different from their orthodox counterparts, they still abide by certain common rules of their sect. The Jew people have a culture and religious belief that is very interesting and worldwide many people are curious to know about their life style and the culture they practice. We will discuss about certain Jewish customs and rituals that ar... (read more)

Author: james allen

15. What the Historical Jesus Wouldve Thought About Being Called the Son of God.
March 27, 2012

This article was originally posted on my blog Jesus in the gospels is often referred to as the 'Son of God.' These days Christians take this to mean that god had a literal son, but the historical Jesus would have understood the term completely differently. The historical Jesus was a Jew. And in the context of the Jewish scriptures the title 'Son of God' specifically refers to three things: • Israel and its people • heavenly beings • and the kings of Israel Outside of the Old Testament, any Jew who remained faithful to the law of Moses and who revered Yahweh above all else... (read more)

Author: Andrew Carruth

16. R' Shlomo on Pesach Sheni and P' B'Har: Fixing the World Higher Than Creation
March 20, 2012

The holiness of a Jew working in the holy land is with our very hands to make the land more holy. When we work for 6 years, you know what happens: And the 7th year this holiness which we put in -- A Yiddele was plowing the field -- A Yiddele was putting in a flower in his garden in Ramat Gan, you think nothing happened to the holy land -- the holy land becomes more holy. You see the land is so holy? With my hands I make it more holy. Unbelievable. And when I am I tasting this holiness. In the seventh year. Just remember, it says, K?doshim THYU, be holy like everybody else {Leviticu... (read more)

Author: Rabbi Simcha Weinberg

17. NYC wedding photographers- an event planner for wedding
March 01, 2012

The NYC wedding photographers are always noted for their genuine photographic styles. The photographs once taken and combined in to an album would serenely show to people the memorable events which took place on the big day. The ceremony can be a wedding day or a birthday or a Jewish bar or bat mitzvah and whatever be the occasion the role played by the pictures is quite inevitable. Also we know how every Jew boy or girl would await for the arrival and be prepared to pose in different moves on their grand festive occasion. Now the Mitzvah is actually a Jewish function. The Bar or Bat Mitzvah i... (read more)

Author: Carol Moore90

18. Get Shabbat Candle Holders On The Internet
February 25, 2012

A Hebrew prayer shawl is a very vital item for a devout Jew who wants to pray to God acceptably throughout their day. The goal of regular prayer is to be seen as acceptable in God's eyes and to be confident that he will give his blessings, which makes it important to use a respectable tallit, or prayer shawl. The lighting of Shabbat candles every week is very important to the Jewish faith too, so you can find Shabbat candle holders in most Jewish homes. But if you reside in an area where there is a small Jewish community, you may have a hard time finding important religious items unless you... (read more)

Author: John Cory

19. Why is there such hatred towards Israel and the Jewish people? Why do so many people hate Jews?
February 18, 2012

For a reason I do not fully understand, a lot of people hate Jewish people or the Jews as they are called. When conversations come up about wealthy bankers or business owners, folks often say the owner is a Jew, I believe most of the time this is not true, and the Jewish race are just used as a scapegoat, for one’s own jealously. Many folks think that when a person is born a Jew, by some special favor of God, they are guaranteed to be in Heaven when they die. To say or believe that all Jewish people are going to Heaven, is not true at all, the Bible clearly tells us that everyone ha... (read more)

Author: Robert Benjamin

20. The Rabbi and the Elephant: How I Officiated a Cosmopolitan Interfaith Wedding in Thailand
January 09, 2012

With guests from Australia, France, Germany, Italy, Russia, Thailand and the U.S. present, Nad and Alex's wedding was easily one of the most cosmopolitan I had ever officiated. With a fairly traditional inclusive Jewish ceremony, bookended by Thai customs, it was definitely one of the most intercultural. Throw in the fact that I was upstaged by an elephant, and you have the backdrop for a great story! While one might think that the coupling of a Russian Jew and a Thai Buddhist might be a challenge, this bride and groom showed that it need not be so. This may just be because the bride, Nad... (read more)

Author: David Gruber

21. Apple bans Jew or Not Jew app in France
December 22, 2011

Technology giant Apple has removed a controversial application called 'Jew or Not Jew' from its App Store in France following objections from activists and religious groups that it is racist and violates French law. The iPhone application which was launched in early August allowed users to identify French celebrities as Jewish by dipping into a database of famous Jews, including movie stars, musicians, Nobel Prize winners and many more. A 35-year-old developer who is himself Jewish and holds both British and French nationality, said that the app was not discriminatory. The action was init... (read more)

Author: Ritika Sharma

22. Top 10 Jewish Celebrity Role Models (Living) By Ronn Torossian
November 22, 2011

Owning a PR agency, I work to build brands and create personas. We have worked with many celebrities and are well aware of the impact that “famous” people have in today’s world. As a proud traditional Jew and Zionist, I decided to create a list of the top 10 Jewish celebrity role models. Qualification for this list required more than just being Jewish – my choices are famous and also care about Judaism, Israel and upholding our faith, or some part of our faith. For this list, I have excluded nebbishes (no Woody Allens here,) and figures that are actively anti-Israel (Billy Crystal boycotted ... (read more)

Author: Ronn torossian

23. A Renowned Attorney: A Short Biography of Jay Sekulow
November 03, 2011

Jay Sekulow A renowned attorney, Jay Sekulow was born in Brooklyn, New York. He was raised Jewish, but converted to Christianity in college and now considers himself a messianic Jew. Education and Early Career Jay Sekulow graduated cum laude and went on to earn a doctor of jurisprudence from Mercer Law School, where he graduated from among the top 5 percent of his class. He also served as an editorial staff member of the Mercer Law Review while he is still a student at Mercer. Later he acquired his Ph.D from Regent University, authoring his dissertation on American Legal History. After he... (read more)

Author: Jay Sekulow

24. Shofar: What Does Jew Law Say?
September 30, 2011

Jewish Law Regarding Shofar Arthur L. Finkle June 2011 The Shofar is the focus of the Rosh Hashanah holiday. Rosh Hashanah is the Day of Blasting (Yom Teruah). The Shofar had played at various Chugim (special holidays such as Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, Sukkot, Pesach and Shavuot) and at several sacrifices. But Rosh Hashanah was a special day highlighting the Shofar. What reasons were given for sounding the Shofar throughout Judaism's long Jewish history. Numbers, 29:1 provides: "And in the seventh month, on the first day of the month, you shall have a holy convocation, y... (read more)

Author: Arthur Finkle

25. Exquisite Jewish Jewelry To Declare Your Faith How To Make A Statement With Your Accessories
September 11, 2011

As a practicing Jew, you are a member of a faith that has a living history of more than two millennia. There are many rules that you follow as part of your faith because it dictates the way to eat, live, and much more. Some people also wear israeli jewelry in order to proclaim that they are members of this ancient and glorious religion.Religious jewelry of any type is never about mere ornamentation. It is a very powerful way of declaring that you are a Jew through and through, and that you are fiercely proud of your religion’s ancient heritage and struggles. After all, this religion has had a ... (read more)

Author: Elad Hogen

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