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Portland, Oregon (PRWEB) February 28, 2014 Alice Collins Plebuch is searching for her Irish fathers Jewish birth family. Through the power of DNA, Plebuch learned two years ago that half her DNA was Ashkenazi Jew and that her proud Irish father, James Patrick Collins, was actually Jewish. I was sure something was wrong with the DNA test and it gave me a queasy feeling to think it might be correct, said Plebuch whose DNA results looked correct for her Irish mother, but not for her father. Whose DNA was showing up for her father? Plebuchs six other siblings also took DNA tests and to her relief, they were all full brothers and sisters. After looking at her brothers X chromosome in a utility that highlights genes identified as Ashkenazi, she realized the Ashkenazi Jewish DNA was on her fathers side. Plebuch then tested two of her first cousins, from both her mother and fathers side of the family, and found she shared no DNA with her cousin on her fathers side. She consulted the help of genealogists she met on a yahoo group (DNA-newbie.) With their help and research she was able to confirm that her father, born September 23, 1913 at the Fordham Hospital in the Bronx of New York City was indeed switched at birth. Since then Plebuch and her siblings have diligently searched for her fathers birth family and the lost Irish son who was switched with her father. Alice and her sister, Gerry Wiggins have sifted through hundreds of leads and thousands of DNA matches. Jim Collins, her brother, developed an iPad app DNAMatch to assist in the search for his Fathers family. He has since sold hundreds of apps to folks also looking for lost relatives. I saw the gigantic spreadsheets my sister was working with and I knew there had to be a better way, said Collins who is a mobile app developer for Stellaractive of Portland. DNAMatch4theiPad replaces large cumbersome spreadsheets, narrows down matches and makes matches easier to visualize. It accepts DNA from two major suppliers, FamilyTreeDNA.com and 23andMe.com , and lets you cross match their data, provides easier queries and manages multiple projects. I created DNAMatch to help my sisters with our search for missing relatives, but it can be used by Jewish families searching for family scattered by the holocaust, adoptees and of course genealogists. Collins warns that DNAMatch is a small part of true search. There is still a lot of detective work that needs to happen to find lost relatives,” said Collins who encourages people to read his documentation at DNAMatch4ipad.com and on the iTunes store before purchasing the app. The app sells for $7.99 at the iTunes Store https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/dnamatch4ipad/id695164642?mt=8.
LRRK2 Gene Tied to Eastern Europeans By JTA Published February 26, 2014. A study sponsored by The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinsons Research will investigate a genetic mutation found more often in Ashkenazi Jews. The Parkinsons Progression Markers Initiative, a large-scale biomarker study, is expanding to study individuals with genetic mutations associated with Parkinsons disease. Among those mutations is the LRRK2, which accounts for a greater number of Parkinsons cases among certain ethnic populations and families, notably Jews of Eastern European descent. The study will enroll 250 people with the LRRK2 mutation and Parkinsons and a like number with the mutation but without Parkinsons. Genetic mutations account for 5 percent to 10 percent of all Parkinsons cases, but a study of these individuals may reveal disease traits that apply to all Parkinsons patients. The Fox Foundation has secured 15 industry partners and co-funding sponsors for the initiative. They include Abbott Laboratories, Biogen, BMS, Covance, Eli Lilly, GE Healthcare, Genentech, GSK, Merck, Pfizer and Roche. The study will take place at 32 clinical sites around the world.
February 26, 2014 Tags: a-like-number, ashkenazi-jews, biomarker-study, clinical-sites, foundation, generated, healthcare, initiative, lrrk2, parkinsons, study-sponsored, the-initiative, which-accounts Posted in: Ashkenazi Comments Closed
Ashkenazi Women Descend Italians Ashkenazi Jewish women descended mostly from Italian converts, new study asserts http://www.geneticliteracyproject.org/2013/10/08/ashkenazi-jewish-women-desc… By: mfromcanada1
Casey Coy's Chattle (2/11/14) [Ashkenazi; Spratley Islands Other Ocean Intrigues] A quick look at something about which I was entirely unaware, that being the difference between Ashkenazi Jewish ancestry and Semites… followed by lots and… By: Casey Coyle
The Israeli writing-directing duo Aharon Keshales and Navot Papushado made a stir in 2010 when they did the improbable: breathed new life into the slasher film with their feature debut, Rabies. They try the impossible with Big Bad Wolves: a crafty, suspenseful, violent horror film that touches on the inner lives of sexual predators, the question of guilt and remorse in the human soul, and the practice of torture. A psycho-killer film turned on its head, Big Bad Wolves even manages to serve as a metaphor for the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. The movie races out of the gate with a scene out of Reservoir Dogs. Four cops investigate a serial killer who abducts, rapes, tortures, and beheads young girls. They corner the lead suspect and drag him to an abandoned industrial lot, where they try to extract a confession by that tried-and-true method: bludgeoning his back and sides with phone books. A meek, short, bookish man who teaches high school Bible studies, Dror (Rotem Keinan) protests his innocence. He’s released and the cops are punished when a video of the beatdown shows up on YouTube. Hard-nosed lead detective Micki (Lior Ashkenazi) can’t let go, and he begins stalking the teacher. In turn, he’s shadowed by Gidi (Tzahi Grad), father of one of the victims. Gidi kidnaps Dror and takes him to an isolated cottage, where he plans to finish what the cops could not. When Micki gets in the way, he takes him along. In a series of breathtaking sequences soaked with gruesome torture out of Eli Roth and shot with Coen Brothers bravado and style, Gidi and Micki take turns interrogating Dror. Eventually even Gidi’s elderly father (Dov Glickman) joins in after voicing his disappointment at Gidi’s lack of flair as a torturer. Back in his day, he boasts, the army really taught you how to torture prisoners.
February 7, 2014 Tags: a-metaphor-for, a-scene-out, bible, disappointment, generated, impossible-with, improbable, innocence, israeli, micki, reservoir-dogs, teacher-, turned-on-its, victims Posted in: Ashkenazi Comments Closed
Brian Gerrish – David Cameron Ashkenazi Jew – Tony Blair Satanist – Satanist Saville Steven Greer/Kerry Cassidy/Bill Ryan/Project Camelot/Alex Jones/Mark Dice/David Icke/Peoples Voice/Queen Elizabeth/Prince Philip/Price Charles/David Cameron/… By: Gaia Militia
Brian Gerrish – David Cameron Ashkenazi Jew – Tony Blair Satanist – Satanist Roman Catholic Saville – Video
Brian Gerrish – David Cameron Ashkenazi Jew – Tony Blair Satanist – Satanist Roman Catholic Saville Steven Greer/Kerry Cassidy/Bill Ryan/Project Camelot/Alex Jones/Mark Dice/David Icke/Peoples Voice/Queen Elizabeth/Prince Philip/Price Charles/David Cameron/… By: Gaia Militia
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Brian Gerrish – David Cameron Ashkenazi Jew – Tony Blair Satanist – Roman Catholic Satanist Saville – Video
Brian Gerrish – David Cameron Ashkenazi Jew – Tony Blair Satanist – Roman Catholic Satanist Saville Steven Greer/Kerry Cassidy/Bill Ryan/Project Camelot/Alex Jones/Mark Dice/David Icke/Peoples Voice/Queen Elizabeth/Prince Philip/Price Charles/David Cameron/… By: Gaia Militia
February 5, 2014 Tags: Ashkenazi, cassidy, david-cameron, david-icke, elizabeth, generated, kerry-cassidy, militia, prince-philip, project-camelot, queen-elizabeth, roman-catholic, satanist, voice Posted in: Ashkenazi Comments Closed
From New World Encyclopedia Ashkenazi Jews, also known as Ashkenazic Jews or Ashkenazim, are Jews descended from the medieval Jewish communities of the Rhineland”Ashkenaz” being the Medieval Hebrew name for Germany. They are distinguished from Sephardic Jews, the other main group of European Jewry, who arrived earlier in Europe and lived primarily in Spain. Many Ashkenazim later migrated, largely eastward, forming communities in Germany, Hungary, Poland, Russia, Eastern Europe, and elsewhere between the tenth and nineteenth centuries. From medieval times until the mid-twentieth century, the lingua franca among Ashkenazi Jews was primarily Yiddish. The Ashkenazi Jews developed a distinct liturgy and culture, influenced to varying degrees, by interaction with surrounding peoples, predominantly Germans, Poles, Czechs, Slovaks, Kashubians, Hungarians, Ukrainians, Lithuanians, Letts, Belarusians, and Russians. Although in the eleventh century they comprised only three percent of the world’s Jewish population, Ashkenazi Jews accounted for 92 percent of the world’s Jews in 1931, and today make up approximately 80 percent of Jews worldwide. Most Jewish communities with extended histories in Europe are Ashkenazim, with the exception of Sephardic Jews associated with the Mediterranean region. A significant portion of the Jews who migrated from Europe to other continents in the past two centuries are Eastern Ashkenazim, particularly in the United States. Ashkenazi Jews have made major contributions to world culture in terms of science, literature, economics, and the arts. Ashkenaz is a Medieval Hebrew name for Germany. European Jews came to be called “Ashkenaz” because the main centers of Jewish learning were located in Germany. The Ashkenazi Jewish population originated in the Middle East. When they arrived in northern France and the Rhineland sometime around 800-1000 C.E., the Ashkenazi Jews brought with them both Rabbinic Judaism and the Babylonian Talmudic culture that underlies it. Yiddish, once spoken by the vast majority of Ashkenazi Jewry, is a Jewish language which developed from the Middle High German vernacular, heavily influenced by Hebrew and Aramaic. After the forced Jewish exile from Jerusalem in 70 C.E. and the complete Roman takeover of Judea following the Bar Kochba rebellion of 132-135 C.E., Jews continued to be a majority of the population in Palestine for several hundred years. In Palestine and Mesopotamia, where Jewish religious scholarship was centered, the majority of Jews were still engaged in farming. Trade was also a common occupation, facilitated by the easy mobility of traders through the dispersed Jewish communities. In the late Roman Empire, small numbers of Jews are known to have lived in Cologne and Trier, as well as in what is now France. However, it is unclear whether there is any continuity between these late Roman communities and the distinct Ashkenazi Jewish culture that began to emerge about 500 years later. In Mesopotamia and in Persian lands free of Roman imperial domination, Jewish life had a long history. Since the conquest of Judea by Nebuchadnezzar II in the early sixth century B.C.E., “Babylonian Jews” had always been the leading diaspora community, rivaling the leadership of Palestine. When conditions for Jews began to deteriorate in the western Roman Empire, many of the religious leaders of Judea and Galilee fled to the east. At the academies of Pumbeditha and Sura near Babylon, Rabbinic Judaism based on talmudic learning began to emerge and assert its authority over Jewish life throughout the diaspora. Rabbinic Judaism also created a religious mandate for literacy, requiring all Jewish males to learn Hebrew and read from the Torah. This emphasis on literacy and learning a second language would eventually be of great benefit to the Jews, allowing them to take on commercial and financial roles within Gentile societies where literacy was often quite low.
Unprofessional Broadcasting Network | Ashkenazi The Unprofessional Broadcasting News was in Israel/ Palesitne making a report on the complicated situation over there. By: UltraAmateuristischeOmroep UAO
What causes brain damage and inflammation in severe cases of Gaucher disease? Little is known about the events that lead to brain pathology in some forms of the disease, and there is currently no treatment available — a bleak outlook for sufferers and their families. Now, scientists at the Weizmann Institute of Science have discovered a new cellular pathway implicated in Gaucher disease. Their findings, published January 19 in Nature Medicine, may offer a new therapeutic target for the management of this disease, as well as other related disorders. Gaucher disease is a genetic disorder most prevalent among the Ashkenazi Jewish population. It is caused by a defect in a particular enzyme needed to break down a fatty substance, or lipid, called glucocerebroside. This results in the accumulation of glucocerebroside in various cells and organs, which prevents them from working properly. There are three subtypes of the disease: The most common form — Type 1 — is characterized by, among other symptoms, swelling and enlargement of the spleen and liver and disruption in the function of these organs, along with lung and bone problems. These symptoms can also affect individuals with Types 2 and 3 Gaucher disease, but what distinguishes them from Type 1 is the neurological involvement: Type 2 — the most severe form — causes extensive brain damage and death before two years of age, while Type 3 is a more progressive form of the disease that affects the brain, with patients often living into their early teens and adulthood. But what exactly causes such a massive loss of nerve cells in Types 2 and 3 Gaucher disease? It has recently come to light that a certain biochemical pathway, of which a protein called RIP3 is a key player, is involved in triggering the cell death and inflammatory processes that can have severe consequences in a number of diseases. Dr. Einat Vitner and MSc student Ran Salomon, in the lab of Prof. Tony Futerman of Weizmann’s Department of Biological Chemistry, wondered whether this could also be one of the missing links in the understanding of the chain of molecular events leading to brain inflammation and nerve cell death in Gaucher disease. To find out, they induced Gaucher disease in mice possessing the RIP3 protein, as well as in mice lacking RIP3. The scientists saw that the mice lacking the RIP3 protein demonstrated not only a significant improvement in motor coordination and brain pathology, but also improved liver and spleen function. Their lifespan was also remarkably increased, from approximately 35 days to more than 170 days. Says Dr. Vitner, “These results are exciting, as they suggest a plausible new target for therapeutic intervention for all types of Gaucher disease; they have the potential, in the future, to greatly improve the patients’ quality of life.” Indeed, although effective enzyme replacement therapy exists in which Gaucher patients are treated with injections of an intact version of the enzyme responsible for the normal breakdown of the lipid in healthy people, the cost of the lifelong treatment is approximately $200,000 per patient per year. Moreover, the enzyme is unable to get into the brain since it cannot cross the blood-brain barrier, rendering it ineffective in treating the neurological symptoms of Types 2 and 3 Gaucher disease. Hence, more affordable and alternative treatments are urgently needed. “If successful, the new target could be used as either a complementary or alternative therapy for Gaucher disease, and with RIP3 proving to be a ‘hot’ cellular pathway in various pathologies, these results may also have implications in other neurodegenerative diseases, including related diseases such as Krabbe disease, and potentially other devastating brain diseases,” says Prof. Futerman. Story Source: The above story is based on materials provided by Weizmann Institute of Science. Note: Materials may be edited for content and length.
January 28, 2014 Tags: a-bleak-outlook, a-key-player, a-massive-loss, a-new-cellular, a-plausible-new, Ashkenazi, brain, events, generated, management, nature-medicine, prof-futerman-, related, science, weizmann Posted in: Ashkenazi Comments Closed
Brian Gerrish – Chemtrails, Common Purpose, Cameron Ashkenazi Jew, Savile, Blair Satanist Tested alien DNA and lie detector passed https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1bmo95zO5xU Part of the Illuminati family tree…Inbreeding… https://anonfiles.com… By: Gaia Militia
January 24, 2014 Tags: and-lie, blair, brian-gerrish, cameron, cameron-ashkenazi, chemtrails, common-, common-purpose, dna, family-tree, generated, illuminati, militia, savile Posted in: Ashkenazi Comments Closed
Why is it racism to tell the truth? Ashkenazi Jews claim by birthright they had a right to take Palestine and treat Palestinians as visitors. The promise God made to Abraham was not made to the sons of Japeth or Ham; it was made to Abraham and his sons, descendants of Shem. The Ashekenazi who say they are Jews by conversion have abandoned the principal way of determining a Jew’s heritage. All Old Testament lineages were traced through the father, not the mother. If a Christian says he/she is a Christian and hates their enemies, they are no more Christian than a Jew who says he/she is a Jew and traces their ancestry through women. The Ashekenazi have abandoned the daily sacrifice required by the Law and replaced it with the commandments of men and not God. It is said that prayers offered in the morning meet the requirement God requires of those that live under the Law. Clearly, that is not true. The Ashekenazi have allied themselves with idol worshippers and false prophets (the Mormons) and therefore not only have no birthright, but also have have set themselves apart from God. Every king and all false prophets in the Bible who allied with such were punished by the Lord. Mormons mask themselves as Christians, but are blasphemers and Ashekanazi have a lot of people fooled with their masks as well, but they are wolves in sheep’s clothing. They are the Jews who are not Jews in the Bible. You correctly said that if a person converts to Christianity, then it doesn’t matter what their Jewish ancestry is. But what does matter is that their works match their faith and that they do not pervert the inspired Word of God with man-made doctrines that exist to control others, benefit themselves, and are always fairly obvious because their fruits are always bad. It is not racism to say Ashekenazi are not Jews by promise, but as in Esther’s day, many Persians converted to Judaism out of fear and became Jews. The idea that Christians would ally themselves with a nation armed with 120 nukes crying about their neighbors who have not one single nuke because they believe God would have His temple on the blood soaked ground soaked with the blood of His Son is an anti-Christ dogma. Clearly, Paul and Revelation state there will be a new heaven and a new earth, and Zion will come out of that Heaven, not the polluted ruin that is covered with God’s Son’s blood. The Ashekenazi and false Christians have used this propaganda to profit from those poor souls that need to be freed. In this country where there is not supposed to be a religious test, let a politician say one word about the Ashekenazi or the home they stole, and that politician will never be elected. Yet our president can be called a monkey, a terrorist, the N word, and any other disgusting name and the politician who utters that evil is rewarded. I hardly think racism can be applied to the Ashekenazi who wield more power with less than 5 percent of the population of our nation of almost 300 million people. Lenin, Marx and Stalin — all engineers of mass murder and communism were all Ashekenazi Jews. I have heard that even Hitler was Ashkenazi. I don’t know.
Whether Ashkenazi Jews tend to have higher intelligence than other ethnic groups has been an occasional subject of scientific controversy. A 2005 scientific paper, “Natural History of Ashkenazi Intelligence”, proposed that Ashkenazi Jews as a group inherit higher verbal and mathematical intelligence but lower spatial intelligence than other ethnic groups, on the basis of inherited diseases and the peculiar economic situation of Ashkenazi Jews in medieval Europe. Opposing this hypothesis are explanations for the congenital illnesses in terms of the founder effect, explanations of intellectual successes by reference to Jewish culture’s promotion of scholarship and learning, and doubts about whether a group difference in intelligence really exists. One observational basis for inferring that Ashkenazi Jews have high intelligence is their prevalence in intellectually demanding fields. While Ashkenazi Jews make up only about 2% of the U.S. population, 27% of United States Nobel prize winners in the 20th century, 25% of Fields Medal winners, 25% of ACM Turing Award winners, 6 out of the 19 world chess champions, and a quarter of Westinghouse Science Talent Search winners have either full or partial Ashkenazi Jewish ancestry. However, such statistics do not rule out factors other than intelligence, such as institutional biases and social networks. They can also give undue weight to Ashkenazi genes because people of half Ashkenazi ancestry get counted the same as people of full Ashkenazi ancestry. A more direct approach is to measure intelligence with psychometric tests. Different studies have found different results, but most have found above-average verbal and mathematical intelligence in Ashkenazi Jews, along with below-average spatial intelligence. Assuming that today there is a statistical difference in intelligence between Ashkenazi Jews and other ethnic groups, there still remains the question of whether the difference is caused by genetic or environmental factors. Researchers have determined that human genes do influence intelligence, saying the percentage of that influence may range anywhere from 40 to 60 percent. Additionally, they concluded, our brain structure and functionality – both biological factors – contribute to our level of intelligence. Using brain imaging, neuroscientists have identified differences in brain structure, specifically differences in our parieto-frontal pathways, that seem to affect our intelligence positively (or negatively, depending on the brain). “Natural History of Ashkenazi Intelligence”, a 2005 paper by Gregory Cochran, Jason Hardy, and Henry Harpending, put forth the conjecture that the unique conditions under which Ashkenazi Jews lived in medieval Europe selected for high verbal and mathematical intelligence but not spatial intelligence. Their paper has four main premises: Other scientists gave the paper a mixed reception, ranging from outright dismissal to acknowledgement that the hypothesis might be true and merits further research. In an interview with Gregory Cochran, he said: “It doesn’t have to be extremely heritable for this [intelligence inheritance] to have happened, because you only need small changes in each generation, and there might be forty generations over 1000 year. So if [Ashkenazi Jews] increased a third of an IQ point per generation, that would almost certainly be enough to make this effect happen.
January 20, 2014 Tags: Ashkenazi, ethnic, ethnic-groups, europe, europe-opposing, generated, gregory-cochran, history, intelligence, natural-history, research, science-talent, while-ashkenazi Posted in: Ashkenazi Comments Closed
Ashkenazi noun sh-k-n-z, ash-k-na- plural Ashkenazim-n-zm, -na- First Known Use: 1839 Any of the historically Yiddish-speaking European Jews who settled in central and northern Europe, or their descendants. They lived originally in the Rhineland valley, and their name is derived from the Hebrew word Ashkenaz (Germany). After the start of the Crusades in the late 11th century, many migrated east to Poland, Lithuania, and Russia to escape persecution. In later centuries Jews who adopted the German-rite synagogue ritual were called Ashkenazim to differentiate them from the Sephardic, or Spanish-rite, Jews (see Sephardi), from whom they differ in cultural traditions, pronunciation of Hebrew, and synagogue chanting as well as in the use of the Yiddish language (until the 20th century). Today they constitute more than 80% of the world’s Jews.
The cabinet is expected to back on Sunday a bill under which Israel would have only one chief rabbi, not two one of northern European origin and one of Mediterranean or Middle Eastern origin. Under the bill, the new chief rabbi would be selected without any reference to his ethnic origin. Currently, one chief rabbi is of northern European origin (Ashkenazi), and one of Mediterranean or Middle Eastern origin (Sephardi). The sole chief rabbi would head the Chief Rabbinate Council. The new law would also provide a clear delineation between the Chief Rabbinate and the rabbinical courts, which would be defined as an independent judicial institution. The bill would change the current situation under which the two chief rabbis alternate every five years, with one heading the Rabbinate Council and the other serving as chief dayan, or religious court judge, of the Higher Rabbinical Court. The bill would see the appointment of the president and deputy president of the Higher Rabbinical Court by dayanim serving at the time of the appointment, similar to the process for appointing the president and deputy president of the Supreme Court. Today, the chief rabbi is automatically the head of the Higher Rabbinical Court, even if he does not have certification to serve as a dayan. If the cabinet approves the bill, it will proceed to the Knesset for its first reading. Justice Minister Tzipi Livni, who has been pushing the legislation, called on her cabinet colleagues to pass it. In a country where there is only one president, one Supreme Court president, one prime minister and one IDF chief of staff, there is no justification to double the position of chief rabbi. We must end the archaic ethnic division among the people and bring people closer to together, she said. The State of Israel deserves a single [chief] rabbi who will unify the various parts of society, who will lead a rabbinate that provides services to the entire Jewish Israeli community, with all its ethnic groups. Honoring the tradition from each of our homes does not need to be accompanied by divisiveness.
January 19, 2014 Tags: appointment, bill, cabinet, european, generated, higher, Jewish, jewish-israeli, mediterranean, middle-eastern, people-, rabbinate, supreme-court, time Posted in: Ashkenazi Comments Closed
Ancient Knowledge Pt 63 Lost History, Phoenicians, Alphabet, Symbology, Ashkenazi, Mythology – Video
Ancient Knowledge Pt 63 Lost History, Phoenicians, Alphabet, Symbology, Ashkenazi, Mythology a very distant look in to one of the first known civilizations, pre-dating the jews and egyptians. Please subscribe, i'm nearly homeless. Thanks if you do su… By: Joseph Garcia
Big Bad Wolves Rating: 3 stars out of 5 Starring: Lior Ashkenazi, Rotem Keinan, Tzahi Grad Directed by: Aharon Keshales and Navot Papushado Running time: 109 minutes Parental guidance: Violence, brutal torture (In Hebrew with English subtitles) In Israel, a serial killer is kidnapping young girls, raping them, torturing them, and then sawing their heads off. The police think they have the right guy, but theyre not sure. The father of the latest victim who doesnt have to be so sure kidnaps the suspect, ties him up in his basement and brings out his hammer, his pliers, his blowtorch and his rusty saw. Its an eye for an eye. Meanwhile, though, he has to take this phone call: its his mother, and shes worried about him. Is he sick? Maybe she can send over a nice bowl of soup. This is Big Bad Wolves, a blackly comic thriller named as the best film of the year by no less than Quentin Tarantino who, it pays to remember, is the guy who made Reservoir Dogs, where a cop was tortured by a psychopath who then spoke into his severed ear.
January 16, 2014 Tags: a-blackly-comic, a-nice-bowl, a-serial-killer, aharon-keshales, basement, blowtorch, brutal-torture, have-the-right, named-as-the, rating, reservoir-dogs, running, violence Posted in: Ashkenazi Comments Closed
Movie review: ‘Big Bad Wolves,’ 2 stars Photo credit: Menashe Nov, left, and Lior Ashkenazi “Big Bad Wolves” is a nasty thriller that stands out because it comes from Israel, which hasn’t been a repository for this sort of B-movie fare. The never-ending conflict there is largely subtext here, only simmering toward the surface in a couple of absurdist asides. Directors Aharon Keshales and Navot Parpushado stick close to the usual script in telling the story of a cop (Lior Ashkenazi) pursuing a murder suspect (Rotem Keinan) and the victim’s father (Tzahi Grad), who complicates things. The movie is tightly edited, filled with the sort of snappy dialogue and bursts of extreme violence that one would expect from a flick that owes an equal debt to “Saw” and Quentin Tarantino (who has professed his love for it). But “Big Bad Wolves” is dreary, anti-septic and overwhelmingly glum, marching down a predictable narrative path without much in the way of enlightening ethical inquiry. “Big Bad Wolves” Directed by Aharon Keshales, Navot Parpushado Starring Lior Ashkenazi, Rotem Keinan, Tzahi Grad Not Rated Playing at Cinema Village
January 16, 2014 Tags: Ashkenazi, cinema-village, Israel, largely-subtext, love, murder-suspect, photo, rated-playing, rotem-keinan, snappy-dialogue, sort, starring-lior, wolves Posted in: Ashkenazi Comments Closed
Posted on: 4:01 pm, January 16, 2014, by Antoinette Essa, updated on: 04:28pm, January 16, 2014 RICHMOND, VA. (WTVR): Join Keneseth Beth Israel for their 7th annual Richmond Jewish Food Festival. Once again the festival is at Weinstein Jewish Community Center, 6300 Patterson Avenue Sunday & Monday, January 19 & 20, form 11:30 7:30pm. The festival will have plenty of kosher foods prepared by congregation volunteers of the Vaad Hakashrut of Richmond. Traditional Ashkenazi and Israeli favorites like stuffed cabbage and shwarma, a large assortments of baked goods, vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free items will be available for purchase even Israeli beer and wine. In addition to food raffles will be sold for $1, prizes include a 55 Smart TV and many other great prizes. Dont want to come in, well you can order your food in advance on-line and drive-thru, one of the volunteers will bring it out to your car. To order on-line visit www.richmondjewishfoodfestival.com. Donate blood and get a $5 food voucher, Virginia Blood Services Bloodmobile will be at the WJCC on Sunday, January 19, from 12:30 4:40 and Monday, January 20, from 12 3. For more details call 804-288-7953 or visit www.richmondjewishfoodfestival.com.
Word Origin & History (pl.) “central and northern European Jews” (as opposed to Sephardim, Jews of Spain and Portugal), 1839, from Heb. Ashkenazzim, pl. of Ashkenaz, eldest son of Gomer (Gen. x.3), also the name of a people mentioned in Jer. li.27 (perhaps akin to Gk. skythoi “Scythians,” cf. Akkad. ishkuzai); in Middle Ages, applied to Germany.
What the bible said about Ashkenazi Jew – EyeOfDajjal These video its not belong to me it belong to PRESKRIBE i am just trying to help them spreading the video to others. I had ask permission to upload the vi… By: RaTheForbiddenEyeOf Dajjal
January 15, 2014 Tags: Ashkenazi, bible, dajjal, generated, not-belong, spreading-the, spreading-the-video, the-bible, upload-the, video, video-its, what-the-bible Posted in: Ashkenazi Comments Closed
The history of Ashkenazi jew/ gentile and Sephardim/ edomites in the holly scripture – EyeOfDajjal – Video
The history of Ashkenazi jew/ gentile and Sephardim/ edomites in the holly scripture – EyeOfDajjal These video its not belong to me it belong to KazakhPower i am just trying to help them spreading the video to others. I had ask permission to upload the … By: RaTheForbiddenEyeOf Dajjal
RIDGEWOOD Its been almost two months since Ed Schwartz learned he has an aggressive form of blood cancer that could kill him. The 46-year-old environmentalist from Ridgewood needs a stem cell transplant to elevate his chances of surviving his acute myeloid leukemia diagnosis from 15- to 60-percent. Temple Beth Israel on Grove Street will host a donor drive on Sunday, aimed at finding possible matches for Schwartz, who has been undergoing chemotherapy treatments since learning of his cancer. Acute myeloid leukemia is a cancer that attacks the blood-forming tissue of the bone marrow. During the donor drive, which runs from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., healthy people ages 18 to 44 will undergo a cheek swab. Volunteers must be willing to donate to any patient. Theres a catch, though: An Ashkenazi Jewish man, Schwartz needs to find a match who is also of Russian, Hungarian and Polish decent. Thats very specific, but we recently learned that out of the 22 million on the donor registry, theres not a single match for me, Schwartz said. People have been so supportive these last two months, and Im just hoping we get a good turnout, he added, because the more donors you get, the better it is for everybody. Though the last two months have been hard for him, theyve been especially difficult on Schwartzs wife, Julie, and the couples son. Since the diagnosis, Schwartz, who said this week he has good days and bad, has tried to always remain positive and keep his sense of humor about the situation.
January 2, 2014 Tags: a-cheek-swab-, a-stem-cell, donor, drive-on-sunday, generated, grove-street, israel-on-grove, million-on-the, schwartz, temple-beth, though-the-last Posted in: Ashkenazi Comments Closed
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