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The Association of Jewish Studies will hold its 46th Annual Conference in Baltimore December 14-16, 2014. SundayDecember 14, 11:15am to 12:45pm, a Roundtable Discussion titledContemporary Artists Exploring Women in Tanach and Talmud will take place at the Hilton Baltimore.

The role of women protagonists in Tanach and Talmudic narratives is dynamic, generative and frequently overlooked in traditional Biblical studies. In many instances women instigate and propel crucial narratives. The illustrious list unfolds from Eve, Lilith, Sarah and Hagar, Mrs. Potiphar, Asnath, Serach, Batya, the Daughters of Zelophehad, Rahab, Devorah, Jael: all of these women and dozens more are uniquely crucial to the biblical narrative as women. Many more are lurking in the Talmud and commentaries. Contemporary Jewish artists are beginning to explore many of these womens narratives.

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Many countries adopt causes or special interest groups to highlight and promote during given calendar months. The U.S. is particularly prolific at creating “national month” events to promote business and other interests. April is one of the few months that doesn’t have a long list of ridiculous observations, although there are a good many national month observances in the spring.Compare this to July, which actually honors Lasagna Awareness Month.

The following events, industries, causes and emotionsyes, emotionsare observed month-long in April unless otherwise indicated. Even cannabis, Florida tomatoes,celery and soft pretzels are honored…all month long.

Lest we forget the participation of other countries, here are a few international honorees, as well as some causes that are observed elsewhere:

Is there a way your business can benefit from promoting itself during “April is” National Month? April offers more than enough causes and interests to choose from. There’s something here for just about any business. It’s just a matter of figuring out how to best to use the observance or event.

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On a sunny afternoon during my first visit to Barcelona, I stood at the top of Mount Tibidabo. I looked down at the coastline and understood the longing Sephardim took with them on their exile in 1492. Our Talalay family always heard that This was our name in Spain, and that we were Sephardic in originno matter how long wed lived in Eastern Europe, specifically in Mogilev, Belarus

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Research by the Center for Near East Policy Research Center has found that the doctoral dissertation of PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas stars throughout the Palestinian Authority educational curriculum, and is the basis for Holocaust studies in the PA. The Centers Director, David Bedein, has asked Education Minister Gideon Saar and the government of Israel to demand that the PA remove the work from its schools and from its curricula. Bedein wrote that the Center is engaged in preparing a movie on the PA educational system, in the course of which it tracks that which is taught in PA classrooms.

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UN General AssemblyResolution 3379Date10 November 1975Meetingno.2400CodeA/RES/3379(Document)SubjectElimination of all forms of racial discrimination Voting summary United Nations General Assembly Resolution 3379, adopted on 10 November 1975 by a vote of 72 to 35 (with 32 abstentions), determine[d] that Zionism is a form of racism and racial discrimination. The vote took place approximately one year after UNGA 3237 granted the PLO observer status, following PLO president Yasser Arafats olive branch speech to the General Assembly in November 1974. The resolution was passed with the support of the Soviet bloc and other then Soviet-aligned nations, in addition to the Arab and Muslim majority countries

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The Mishnah or Mishna (; Hebrew: , study by repetition, from the verb shanah , or to study and review, also secondary)[1] is the first major written redaction of the Jewish oral traditions known as the Oral Torah. It is also the first major work of Rabbinic literature.[2][3] The Mishnah was redacted by Judah the Prince at the beginning of the third century CE[4] in a time when, according to the Talmud, the persecution of the Jews and the passage of time raised the possibility that the details of the oral traditions of the Pharisees from the Second Temple period (536 BCE 70 CE) would be forgotten. Most of the Mishnah is written in Mishnaic Hebrew, while some parts are Aramaic

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Talmudic Judaisms hatred for Christianity THE TALMUD AND BIBLE BELIEVERS They are all idolators, heathen, goy. They rank not only as animals like the rest of the non-Jewish human race, but as the lowest and most despised form of life.

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February 14, 2017 Fifteen months ago, I was given the honor of becoming chair of The Jewish Federations of North America. This position has given me the opportunity to listen to and learn from leaders throughout the Jewish world, and to see the Jewish community from a broader and more informed perspective.

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ByMarcus Mordecai Schwartz, Director, Matthew Eisenfeld and Sara Duker Beit Midrash; Assistant Professor, Talmud and Rabbinics Posted On February 02, 2018 | Speaking of Text: The Jewish Bookshelf | Interreligious Jews, Gentiles, and Other Animals: The Talmud After the Humanities by Mira Beth Wasserman (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2017) The most controversial tractate of the Talmud is undoubtedly Avodah Zarah, which discusses non-Jews and their religious practices. Most of the Talmudic passages in Justinas Bonaventura Pranaitiss 1898 anti-Talmudic screed, Christianus in Talmud Iudaeorum (The Christian in the Talmud of the Jews) are drawn from this tractate. A surface reading of Avodah Zarah can be a demoralizing experience for modern Jews.

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Get ready for a dynamic performance by our favorite local musician, educator, and storyteller of American roots music and culture, Lil Rev! He will be performing a one hour set of original and cover songs featuring the theme of social justice including songs from his Jews n the Blues set and more! Lil Rev is a world-class entertainer and steward of vintage song and lore. Performing with ukulele, harmonica, mandolin, guitar and banjo, Rev has an unmatched repertoire of both traditional and original song, poetry, storytelling and humor

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Photo: Mark Mulligan, Staff Photographer Hundreds of holy books from the United Orthodox Synagogues were removed from the flooded building. Hundreds of holy books from the United Orthodox Synagogues were removed from the flooded building

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Jewish American Heritage Month, celebrated each May since 2006, is a national month of recognition of the more than 360-year history of Jewish contributions to American culture. Follow this page year-round to learn more about the contributions American Jews have made to sports, film, science, medicine, technology, business, and the arts. Visit jahm.us and use the #JAHM hashtag to stay connected with Jewish American Heritage Month.

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Attempting to pin down the essence of the Sephardic spirit is akin to trying to nail Jell-O to a wall. Is it a religious outlook? A political viewpoint? An embracing of cultural traditions and mores? An overarching worldview? Or some version of all of the above?

The answer, of course, is, It depends on whom you speak with, because, as the age-old tradition goes: Speak to two Jews and youll get three opinions. However, everyone interviewed for this article agreed that there is a definite uptick in Jews from all backgrounds wanting to learn more about Sephardic traditions that go beyond the basic, Dont Sephardim eat rice on Passover?

The Classical Sephardic WorldviewLos Angeles Rabbi Daniel Bouskila is director of the Sephardic Educational Center (SEC), which reaches out to young Jews and focuses on a Jewish way of life inspired by the teachings of Maimonides, known as the Classical Sephardic Worldview. With headquarters in Jerusalem and centers around the world, the SEC is focused on building a new generation of spiritual and community leaders that can be modern, progressive and inclusive, but still follow halachah (Jewish law).

For Bouskila and other Sephardic religious leaders, this is the Sephardic spirit, a philosophy that embraces all Jews. Im 53, Bouskila told the Journal, and when I was growing up, Sephardic Judaism was at best a cultural footnote. It was, Heres what Sephardim eat, and heres a museum exhibit on their colorful dress or a henna celebration, but there was no discussion of Sephardic ideology, philosophy or halachic rulings.

Bouskila went to Jewish day schools, and Yeshiva University and learned nothing of Sephardic traditions. It just didnt exist anywhere, he says. It wasnt part of the historical narratives of teaching Jewish history.

Today, though, he says, there are programs, events and panels all over the world that focus on Sephardic texts and Sephardic rabbis and their teachings.

Is the Sephardic spirit a religious outlook? A political viewpoint? An embracing of cultural traditions and mores An overarching worldview? Or some version of all of the above?

Next week (March 15-17), the SEC is co-sponsoring Seattle-born and New York-based Rabbi Marc D. Angel as the scholar in residence at the Sephardic Temple Tifereth Israel on Wilshire Boulevard. Angel will speak on, among other things, the Classical Sephardic Worldview. And on March 18, Angel and Bouskila will co-sponsor an educators conference together with de Toledo High School Rabbi Devin Villarreal for teachers in Los Angeles Jewish day schools on how to incorporate Sephardic history, halachah and customs into the Jewish day school system.

I do think theres a growing awareness among Sephardim to reclaim their own roots to get back to the strength of their cultural traditions, Angel told the Journal in a telephone interview from New York. And there is also a growing interest among non-Sephardim. Its not just about the food and music anymore. [Sephardim] also have strong intellectual traditions in Jewish law and philosophy that are all part of the equation.

Part of that equation is a Sephardic tradition that doesnt follow the Ashkenazi mold of Orthodox, Conservative, Reform, Reconstructionist and other streams of Judaism.

[Sephardim] have basically had a philosophy that I call intellectually vibrant, compassionate and inclusive, Angel says. Trying to synthesize the general principles that bring it all together, Id say its 1. Joy in life; 2. A very optimistic religious worldview; 3. A strong sense of solidarity with the Jewish people as a whole; and 4. A sense of personal self worth or interiority.

Growing up in a Sephardic community in Seattle among Turkish Jews and Jews from the Island of Rhodes, Angel says, I didnt know there was such a thing as Jewish guilt until I moved to New York. In Seattle, life was happy, religion was joyous and everyone was family-oriented.

This, Angel says, stems from Sephardic Jews coming mainly from Muslim countries, where they lived in sunny climates and had sunny views of life. Things like Jewish humor and Jewish guilt dont apply to us. Ashkenazim came from cold places like Poland and Russia, and living in a Christian world was very different to living in a Muslim world.

Bouskila says even the definition of Sephardim needs to be clarified. I dont ever use the term Mizrachi (Easterners) he says. Theres absolutely no precedent for the term in Jewish history, Sephardic history, in halachah or in the prayer book.Rather, he says, it was a term born with Ashkenazi Zionism. He notes that when the Iraqi-born Rabbi Ovadia Yosef Israels Chief Sephardic Rabbi from 1973 to 1983 spoke of the halachah of Sephardim, he meant the whole umbrella of Sephardim, not just those who descended from Spain.

Solutions to Political and Religious ProblemsLos Angeles immigration attorney Neil Sheff is also the international president for the SEC, and has been involved with the organization since its inception in 1980.

He believes its Sephardim who could be at the forefront of solving some of both Israels and the Diasporas most pressing problems.

Sephardim often have a really keen experience in terms of how they lived with, related to, dealt with and coexisted with Muslim populations, but unfortunately, Israeli society and government has never looked to the Sephardic community for insight into that. A lot of people say if there were Sephardic Jews in charge of either the government or the peace process, we would probably have found a way to get together with our neighbors a long time ago.

Sheff, along with Bouskila and Angel say the classical Sephardic approach to problems also could heal the terrible rifts when it comes to issues ranging from stringent views on kashrut, the role of women, fertility issues and the Who is a Jew debate and concerns over conversion.

If the traditional, classical Sephardic approach to Who is a Jew and conversion would be followed, we would have much more happiness in the Jewish world and we wouldnt have these constant fights among different denominations, Sheff says. Unfortunately, especially the more right you go in Orthodoxy, each tries to outdo the other one so they add on requirements that have no basis in law. The Sephardic approach is moderate. It just requires you to show your allegiance and do a few things, but doesnt require you to become an ultra-Orthodox Jew in order to be counted as a Jew.

If the traditional classical Sephardic approach to Who is a Jew and conversion would be followed, we would have much more happiness in the Jewish world and we wouldnt have these constant fights among different denominations. Neil Sheff

However, Angel says he believes Sephardim in Israel are moving toward more Ashkenazic/Charedi models. Regrettably, in Israel and the Diaspora, this [Classical Sephardic Worldview] tradition is breaking down, so Sephardim, even if theyre not formally identifying with Orthodoxy, Conservatism or Reform, they are being drawn to into these types of orbits a more extremist model, Angel says.

This is where organizations like the SEC can come into play, Sheff says. He agrees with Angel, saying there is greater polarization in both Ashkenazic and Sephardic communities, with a shift in more extremism mostly to the right of the spectrum. Theyre basically trying to keep up with the Joneses on how black they can be in their dress and outlook and thought processes.

Its precisely because of this sharp veer to the right that Sheff feels more people are seeking to learn the moderate Sephardic approach to halachah. Thats why were encouraging educators to come and learn [with us at SEC], he says.

Embracing the Cultural TraditionsAnd although Sephardic rabbis and teachers want the larger Jewish world to embrace this classical worldview, there always will be a fascination with Sephardic customs and traditions that can in fact create further inroads into Sephardic Jewish life.

At Temple Emmanuel in Beverly Hills, Rabbi Sarah Bassin decided three years ago to hold an annual Mimouna celebration (the Sephardic tradition of a feast held the day after the end of Passover), for young Jewish professionals.

We had a really diverse young professionals board and we strategically decided we wanted to highlight different subsets of Jewish culture, Bassin told the Journal. It started with a Cuban-Jewish event, then an Indian-Jewish event and that led to the Mimouna event.

On a philosophical level, I think the American-Jewish context is one where we do have all these different fusion touch points of subsets of Jewish culture, she says. Thats what America does. It takes from all these minority cultures and then they get folded in and adapted and morphed into their own Americanized version.

That, Bassin says, is part of what she hoped to cultivate and facilitate helping Ashkenazi Jews embrace the [Mimouna] experience and see that this is now something that can be part of their [overall] Jewish experience.

Embracing Sephardic culture on the academic level is also happening at UCLAdino an organization formed eight years ago to spread knowledge of Ladino the Judeo-Spanish language to students on campus and nationwide.

UCLAdino Director Max Daniel is a graduate student in Jewish Studies in the Maurice Amado Program in Sephardic Studies. Theres a large academic interest worldwide in studying Ladino, Daniel says. In addition, he says, its part of my heritage and connects me to our culture as Sephardic Jews. Daniels father was a native Ladino speaker who was born before World War II in Salonika, Greece.

At 25, Daniel is less than half Bouskilas age, but he too says he grew up with a Jewish Day school education (in Chicago) but with zero focus on Sephardic culture, philosophy or tradition. It was all Ashkenazi culture and the languages we focused on were Hebrew or Yiddish. What brings me to [the Ladino] group is that sense of reclaiming and almost relearning our heritage.

There is also a growing interest among non-Sephardim. Its not just about the food and music anymore. [Sephardim] also have strong intellectual traditions in Jewish law and philosophy that are all part of the equation. Rabbi Marc D. Angel

Daniel says it struck him that hes the first generation in his family to not grow up speaking Ladino. My ancestry and heritage is important to me and [studying Ladino] is a concrete thing I can do. It exposes me to the texts and the culture and a lot of the mediums and the emotions of the language.

Daniel believes theres a definite interest in the Ladino language and Sephardic heritage or spirit that he says could be attributed to a renewed effort by Spain and Portugal to connect with Sephardic Jews. On the academic side, they realize theyve neglected these histories and communities for some time, Daniel says.

He also believes that Jews from Sephardic communities living in the United States are now more comfortable speaking about their differences, whereas before I think they wanted to find commonalities with Ashkenazi Jews who settled here.

At Valley Beth Shalom, Rabbi Ed Feinstein says, Its our job to create as many celebrations of as many different Jewish expressions as possible. Feinstein began introducing a Sephardic High Holy Day service 10 years ago for Persian congregants, and recently implemented a monthly Sephardic Shabbat service called Tmarim.

Tmarim is run by Asher Levy, who grew up in the Valley Beth Shalom community and who studied ethnomusicology at UCLA. His family hails from Syria and his father is a rabbi. We really wanted to see what would it sound like to do an entire Sephardic service and its become a beautiful part of our repertoire, Feinstein says.

Much like Angels reference to the Sephardic joyful spirit, Feinstein says its wonderful to discover the colorful aesthetic of Sephardic Jewry. They eat bright, colorful, spicy food. Ashkenazim eat gray gefilte fish. Sephardic Jewry is a colorful corrective to the restrained aesthetic of Ashkenazic Jewry.

Feinstein believes embracing Sephardic traditions is part of American Jewrys struggle to create a new aesthetic. When we came to this country at the beginning of the 20th century, we brought all the models and the forms of Jewish life from [our] European communities, but those have now played themselves out. And were now comfortable enough in our Jewishness and ready for something brand new.

For more information on Rabbi Marc D. Angels sessions at Sephardic Temple Tifereth Israel from March 15-17, please contact http://www.SephardicTemple.org or call (310) 475-7000.

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An entry in an address book: Goldstein, Erich, Oppeln, Plakatmaler, 153 Lisoyang.

That was the one fragmentary detail about my husband Brians family that we discovered during a pleasurable Sunday afternoon with Sonja Mhlberger. Sonja and Brians mother Maude were both born in Shanghai just a few months apart in 1939. Both girls were in utero during the passage to Shanghai, born into families who took refuge from the Nazis in one of the last available havens for German Jews. After looking through many photos to see if Brian could recognize a young Maude Goldstein (he couldnt), Sonja showed us her copy of the 1939 address book where we found a listing for his Papa Erich.

Maude died when Brian was young so he never had a chance to learn much about her early childhood in Hongkou, Shanghais designated area for Jews. Sometimes referred to as the Shanghai Ghetto, it was a ghetto without walls, inhabited by Jews, Chinese, Russians, and a broad assortment of misfits and adventurers. Sonja told of a relatively happy childhood within this two and a half square kilometer area far from the land her parents missed and would return to after the war. Her recollections gave Brian some reassurance about his mothers childhood and insight into what it must have been like.

Thanks to Sonja for sharing her stories with us, for opening a window into the life led by the mother-in-law I never met. We enjoyed visiting Sonja at her home in Friedrichshagen, the southeastern community of Berlin where she has lived since 1961. Her deep roots in the region were evident from the many people who greeted her when we strolled down to the Mggelsee after our Kaffee and Apfelkuchen.

If youd like to learn more about Sonja, her story of survival in Shanghai is featured in the same Deutsche Welle German Jewish Cultural Heritage Series that our family participated in.

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in 1923 in the state of Massachusetts. He now goes by the name, Sumner Redstone.

Murray Rothstein owns Viacom, a Media Corporation with subsidiaries such as, MTV, the Homosexual TV show, LOGO, and Paramount Pictures.

When Murray Rothstein puts on a video at his MTV subsidiary with blacks rapping such lyrics as: Hey yo, I smoke dust and shoot cops, sell drugs on new lots, we dust brothers f**k mothers.

I dont think that Sumner Redstone, that is Murray Rothstien, really grooves into it. Its for the Goys you know, and hes making a killing on the dumb Goys who have been conditioned by MTV and all of the Jewish-controlled media to despise anything that remotely resembles Christian morality.

As for Murrays homosexual show, LOGO, dont think for a minute that if his son brought a boyfriend-lover home for dinner that Murray would be too delighted. Jews you see have an obsession that their children should marry and bear grandsons, thus conferring immortality on their Jewish progenitors. A homosexual son is not only a disgrace to a Jew, but tantamount to wiping him out of existence.

But The Show Must Go On, as the saying goes. And thus the Jewish-controlled media and their legal arm, the Jewish-run and funded, American Civil Liberties Union, (ACLU), are engaged in a relentless effort to promote public displays of perversion and decadence.

One such decadent public display is the Folsom Gay Street Fair held in Folsom County CA every year and recently on September 30 2007. The perverse public displays would outrage even the most flaming liberal.See: Folsom Gay FairAND: Folsom Outrage

WALT DISNEY PRODUCTIONS IS NOW OWNED by the Jew, Michael Eisner. Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck have been pre-empted by Eisners Jewish Agenda of promoting a multicultural America. Multiculturism is nothing less than the Jewish sabotage of a homogenous Christian culture.

Examples of Eisners promotion of multiculturism are two films that launched his career in shaping an Anti-Christian culture: The Jungle Book and Pocahontas. In both films, Eisner portrays White males as contemptible, racist, cowardly, and inept. The White heroine in The Jungle Book rejects her British-officer suitor and lets herself be wooed and won by a Jungle-boy.

In Pocahontas, Eisner has Captain John Smith discarding Christianity in favor of American Indian animism through his union with Pocahontas. This Indian princess was named by those who knew her best: little wanton, (pocahontas).

What Eisner is not telling us is that Captain John Smith never married Pocahontas as she was already married with a 3 year old son. It was John Rolfe who had married little wanton. And the Jew Eisner would never scruple to tell his audience of children that it was Pocahontas who converted to Christianity, not vice versa.

As regards The Jungle Book, it bears no resemblance whatsoever to what was originally written by Rudyard Kipling. And what is the subliminal message that Eisner wishes to inject into the sensibilities of American children which will funnel out into American culture? That the White man with his Christianity is deficient in both moral virtues and spirituality.

But will Eisner teach his children and grandchildren to give up their Jewishness and intermarry with Hindus and Blacks? Eisner and his Jewish buddies would rather die than see their sons marry Calcutta Hinuds and Schwartzas!

JEWISHNESS IS BEING SHOVED in our faces everywhere we turn. Because the Jews wish to position themselves as victims, they have exploited the Holocaust to make Americans feel protective of the poor Jewish victim of Anti-Semitism. But has anyone brought to mind that these so called victims happen to be the wealthiest sufferers the world has ever known?

Until we are able to perceive that – America will continue to be a Holocaust Remembrance society. High School Curriculums throughout America are teeming with it. Holocaust Museums and Holocaust Study Centers are in every major U.S. city. The Jews have made sure that our collective memory will not be a Christian one that America once extolled.

Our former common Christian bond has been usurped by a Jewish agenda known as The Holocaust. Are we not sick and tired of the millionaire Jew, Elie Weisel, with his continual harping on his sufferings of the Holocaust? If any one has made a killing on the Holocaust Industry, it is the millionaire Jew, Elie Weisel.

THE JEWS HAVE SO PERMEATED our world-view and self-definition, that our culture has become a Prozac-fixated society. The Jewish Science, that is, Psychoanalysis, has so infused our consciousness, that instead of the John Waynes and the Mickey Mantles as our heroes, we now have as our prime American hero, the neurotic Jew and sex-obsessive pederast, Woody Allen.

Woody Allen, (born Allan Koningberg), typifies the man bereft of absolute truth, continually searching for meaning in a meaningless world, only to give up the search with the plunging into continual sexual gratification as the salvivic consolation. The best that Woody Allen can offer us by way of an example in real life, is his illicit sexual affair with the 16 year old adopted daughter of his second wife, Mia Farrow.

CONCLUSION

AMERICA WAS ONCE A NATION that bonded its citizens together through a common Christian memory, cause, and destiny. Christian decency has now been preempted by crass depravity through the Jewish-controlled Media and its legal arm, the Jewish-run and funded, American Civil Liberties Union. (ACLU).

Our Christian heritage has been undermined by the Jewish elite who have lobbied successfully for a multicultural (translate, all belief-systems that will crowd out Christianity, society. America, once known as a Christian nation, is now is now termed, thanks to Jewish Academia, a pluralistic nation.

But pluralism and multiculturism works to the Jews advantage: Divide And Conquer! What we have now in our nation, is not primarily a pluralistic society, but rather, a Jewish America.

WE STILL HAVE A CHANCE TO RECLAIM AMERICA out of the ruinous hands of the Jews. We can begin with makes a commitment to attend Church Services regularly and discussing with like-minded friends the issues that face us.

Then we can all call upon Christ to heal our nation, to heal our souls, to heal our apathy, and to heal our debilitated state.

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The Association of Jewish Studies will hold its 46th Annual Conference in Baltimore December 14-16, 2014. SundayDecember 14, 11:15am to 12:45pm, a Roundtable Discussion titledContemporary Artists Exploring Women in Tanach and Talmud will take place at the Hilton Baltimore. The role of women protagonists in Tanach and Talmudic narratives is dynamic, generative and frequently overlooked in traditional Biblical studies. In many instances women instigate and propel crucial narratives. The illustrious list unfolds from Eve, Lilith, Sarah and Hagar, Mrs. Potiphar, Asnath, Serach, Batya, the Daughters of Zelophehad, Rahab, Devorah, Jael: all of these women and dozens more are uniquely crucial to the biblical narrative as women. Many more are lurking in the Talmud and commentaries. Contemporary Jewish artists are beginning to explore many of these womens narratives.

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Pekic/E+/Getty Images Updated February 19, 2018 Many countries adopt causes or special interest groups to highlight and promote during given calendar months. The U.S. is particularly prolific at creating “national month” events to promote business and other interests. April is one of the few months that doesn’t have a long list of ridiculous observations, although there are a good many national month observances in the spring.Compare this to July, which actually honors Lasagna Awareness Month. The following events, industries, causes and emotionsyes, emotionsare observed month-long in April unless otherwise indicated. Even cannabis, Florida tomatoes,celery and soft pretzels are honored…all month long. Lest we forget the participation of other countries, here are a few international honorees, as well as some causes that are observed elsewhere: Is there a way your business can benefit from promoting itself during “April is” National Month? April offers more than enough causes and interests to choose from. There’s something here for just about any business. It’s just a matter of figuring out how to best to use the observance or event.

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richards | February 7, 2018 On a sunny afternoon during my first visit to Barcelona, I stood at the top of Mount Tibidabo. I looked down at the coastline and understood the longing Sephardim took with them on their exile in 1492. Our Talalay family always heard that This was our name in Spain, and that we were Sephardic in originno matter how long wed lived in Eastern Europe, specifically in Mogilev, Belarus Category: Sephardic | Comments Off on Sephardic Genealogy Family Tree Tags: admin | February 7, 2018 Research by the Center for Near East Policy Research Center has found that the doctoral dissertation of PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas stars throughout the Palestinian Authority educational curriculum, and is the basis for Holocaust studies in the PA. The Centers Director, David Bedein, has asked Education Minister Gideon Saar and the government of Israel to demand that the PA remove the work from its schools and from its curricula. Bedein wrote that the Center is engaged in preparing a movie on the PA educational system, in the course of which it tracks that which is taught in PA classrooms. Category: Holocaust Denial | Comments Off on Report: Abbas Holocaust-Denial Dissertation Widely-Taught Tags: richards | February 7, 2018 UN General AssemblyResolution 3379Date10 November 1975Meetingno.2400CodeA/RES/3379(Document)SubjectElimination of all forms of racial discrimination Voting summary United Nations General Assembly Resolution 3379, adopted on 10 November 1975 by a vote of 72 to 35 (with 32 abstentions), determine[d] that Zionism is a form of racism and racial discrimination. The vote took place approximately one year after UNGA 3237 granted the PLO observer status, following PLO president Yasser Arafats olive branch speech to the General Assembly in November 1974. The resolution was passed with the support of the Soviet bloc and other then Soviet-aligned nations, in addition to the Arab and Muslim majority countries Category: Zionism | Comments Off on United Nations General Assembly Resolution 3379 Wikipedia Tags: admin | February 7, 2018 The Mishnah or Mishna (; Hebrew: , study by repetition, from the verb shanah , or to study and review, also secondary)[1] is the first major written redaction of the Jewish oral traditions known as the Oral Torah. It is also the first major work of Rabbinic literature.[2][3] The Mishnah was redacted by Judah the Prince at the beginning of the third century CE[4] in a time when, according to the Talmud, the persecution of the Jews and the passage of time raised the possibility that the details of the oral traditions of the Pharisees from the Second Temple period (536 BCE 70 CE) would be forgotten. Most of the Mishnah is written in Mishnaic Hebrew, while some parts are Aramaic Category: Talmud | Comments Off on Mishnah Wikipedia Tags: admin | February 7, 2018 Talmudic Judaisms hatred for Christianity THE TALMUD AND BIBLE BELIEVERS They are all idolators, heathen, goy. They rank not only as animals like the rest of the non-Jewish human race, but as the lowest and most despised form of life. Category: Talmud | Comments Off on TradCatKnight: Talmudic Judaisms hatred for Christianity Tags: admin | February 7, 2018 February 14, 2017 Fifteen months ago, I was given the honor of becoming chair of The Jewish Federations of North America. This position has given me the opportunity to listen to and learn from leaders throughout the Jewish world, and to see the Jewish community from a broader and more informed perspective. Category: Talmud | Comments Off on A Message from the Chair of Jewish Federations of North Tags: richards | February 7, 2018 ByMarcus Mordecai Schwartz, Director, Matthew Eisenfeld and Sara Duker Beit Midrash; Assistant Professor, Talmud and Rabbinics Posted On February 02, 2018 | Speaking of Text: The Jewish Bookshelf | Interreligious Jews, Gentiles, and Other Animals: The Talmud After the Humanities by Mira Beth Wasserman (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2017) The most controversial tractate of the Talmud is undoubtedly Avodah Zarah, which discusses non-Jews and their religious practices. Most of the Talmudic passages in Justinas Bonaventura Pranaitiss 1898 anti-Talmudic screed, Christianus in Talmud Iudaeorum (The Christian in the Talmud of the Jews) are drawn from this tractate. A surface reading of Avodah Zarah can be a demoralizing experience for modern Jews. Category: Talmud | Comments Off on Jews, Gentiles, and Other Animals jtsa.edu Tags: simmons | February 3, 2018 Get ready for a dynamic performance by our favorite local musician, educator, and storyteller of American roots music and culture, Lil Rev! He will be performing a one hour set of original and cover songs featuring the theme of social justice including songs from his Jews n the Blues set and more! Lil Rev is a world-class entertainer and steward of vintage song and lore. Performing with ukulele, harmonica, mandolin, guitar and banjo, Rev has an unmatched repertoire of both traditional and original song, poetry, storytelling and humor Category: Jewish American Heritage Month | Comments Off on Jewish Museum Milwaukee | Jewish Museum Milwaukee is Tags: admin | February 2, 2018 Photo: Mark Mulligan, Staff Photographer Hundreds of holy books from the United Orthodox Synagogues were removed from the flooded building. 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Posted By richards on March 9, 2018 Attempting to pin down the essence of the Sephardic spirit is akin to trying to nail Jell-O to a wall. Is it a religious outlook? A political viewpoint? An embracing of cultural traditions and mores? An overarching worldview? Or some version of all of the above? The answer, of course, is, It depends on whom you speak with, because, as the age-old tradition goes: Speak to two Jews and youll get three opinions. However, everyone interviewed for this article agreed that there is a definite uptick in Jews from all backgrounds wanting to learn more about Sephardic traditions that go beyond the basic, Dont Sephardim eat rice on Passover? The Classical Sephardic WorldviewLos Angeles Rabbi Daniel Bouskila is director of the Sephardic Educational Center (SEC), which reaches out to young Jews and focuses on a Jewish way of life inspired by the teachings of Maimonides, known as the Classical Sephardic Worldview. With headquarters in Jerusalem and centers around the world, the SEC is focused on building a new generation of spiritual and community leaders that can be modern, progressive and inclusive, but still follow halachah (Jewish law). For Bouskila and other Sephardic religious leaders, this is the Sephardic spirit, a philosophy that embraces all Jews. Im 53, Bouskila told the Journal, and when I was growing up, Sephardic Judaism was at best a cultural footnote. It was, Heres what Sephardim eat, and heres a museum exhibit on their colorful dress or a henna celebration, but there was no discussion of Sephardic ideology, philosophy or halachic rulings. Bouskila went to Jewish day schools, and Yeshiva University and learned nothing of Sephardic traditions. It just didnt exist anywhere, he says. It wasnt part of the historical narratives of teaching Jewish history. Today, though, he says, there are programs, events and panels all over the world that focus on Sephardic texts and Sephardic rabbis and their teachings. Is the Sephardic spirit a religious outlook? A political viewpoint? An embracing of cultural traditions and mores An overarching worldview? Or some version of all of the above? Next week (March 15-17), the SEC is co-sponsoring Seattle-born and New York-based Rabbi Marc D. Angel as the scholar in residence at the Sephardic Temple Tifereth Israel on Wilshire Boulevard. Angel will speak on, among other things, the Classical Sephardic Worldview. And on March 18, Angel and Bouskila will co-sponsor an educators conference together with de Toledo High School Rabbi Devin Villarreal for teachers in Los Angeles Jewish day schools on how to incorporate Sephardic history, halachah and customs into the Jewish day school system. I do think theres a growing awareness among Sephardim to reclaim their own roots to get back to the strength of their cultural traditions, Angel told the Journal in a telephone interview from New York. And there is also a growing interest among non-Sephardim. Its not just about the food and music anymore. [Sephardim] also have strong intellectual traditions in Jewish law and philosophy that are all part of the equation. Part of that equation is a Sephardic tradition that doesnt follow the Ashkenazi mold of Orthodox, Conservative, Reform, Reconstructionist and other streams of Judaism. [Sephardim] have basically had a philosophy that I call intellectually vibrant, compassionate and inclusive, Angel says. Trying to synthesize the general principles that bring it all together, Id say its 1. Joy in life; 2. A very optimistic religious worldview; 3. A strong sense of solidarity with the Jewish people as a whole; and 4. A sense of personal self worth or interiority. Growing up in a Sephardic community in Seattle among Turkish Jews and Jews from the Island of Rhodes, Angel says, I didnt know there was such a thing as Jewish guilt until I moved to New York. In Seattle, life was happy, religion was joyous and everyone was family-oriented. This, Angel says, stems from Sephardic Jews coming mainly from Muslim countries, where they lived in sunny climates and had sunny views of life. Things like Jewish humor and Jewish guilt dont apply to us. Ashkenazim came from cold places like Poland and Russia, and living in a Christian world was very different to living in a Muslim world. Bouskila says even the definition of Sephardim needs to be clarified. I dont ever use the term Mizrachi (Easterners) he says. Theres absolutely no precedent for the term in Jewish history, Sephardic history, in halachah or in the prayer book.Rather, he says, it was a term born with Ashkenazi Zionism. He notes that when the Iraqi-born Rabbi Ovadia Yosef Israels Chief Sephardic Rabbi from 1973 to 1983 spoke of the halachah of Sephardim, he meant the whole umbrella of Sephardim, not just those who descended from Spain. Solutions to Political and Religious ProblemsLos Angeles immigration attorney Neil Sheff is also the international president for the SEC, and has been involved with the organization since its inception in 1980. He believes its Sephardim who could be at the forefront of solving some of both Israels and the Diasporas most pressing problems. Sephardim often have a really keen experience in terms of how they lived with, related to, dealt with and coexisted with Muslim populations, but unfortunately, Israeli society and government has never looked to the Sephardic community for insight into that. A lot of people say if there were Sephardic Jews in charge of either the government or the peace process, we would probably have found a way to get together with our neighbors a long time ago. Sheff, along with Bouskila and Angel say the classical Sephardic approach to problems also could heal the terrible rifts when it comes to issues ranging from stringent views on kashrut, the role of women, fertility issues and the Who is a Jew debate and concerns over conversion. If the traditional, classical Sephardic approach to Who is a Jew and conversion would be followed, we would have much more happiness in the Jewish world and we wouldnt have these constant fights among different denominations, Sheff says. Unfortunately, especially the more right you go in Orthodoxy, each tries to outdo the other one so they add on requirements that have no basis in law. The Sephardic approach is moderate. It just requires you to show your allegiance and do a few things, but doesnt require you to become an ultra-Orthodox Jew in order to be counted as a Jew. If the traditional classical Sephardic approach to Who is a Jew and conversion would be followed, we would have much more happiness in the Jewish world and we wouldnt have these constant fights among different denominations. Neil Sheff However, Angel says he believes Sephardim in Israel are moving toward more Ashkenazic/Charedi models. Regrettably, in Israel and the Diaspora, this [Classical Sephardic Worldview] tradition is breaking down, so Sephardim, even if theyre not formally identifying with Orthodoxy, Conservatism or Reform, they are being drawn to into these types of orbits a more extremist model, Angel says. This is where organizations like the SEC can come into play, Sheff says. He agrees with Angel, saying there is greater polarization in both Ashkenazic and Sephardic communities, with a shift in more extremism mostly to the right of the spectrum. Theyre basically trying to keep up with the Joneses on how black they can be in their dress and outlook and thought processes. Its precisely because of this sharp veer to the right that Sheff feels more people are seeking to learn the moderate Sephardic approach to halachah. Thats why were encouraging educators to come and learn [with us at SEC], he says. Embracing the Cultural TraditionsAnd although Sephardic rabbis and teachers want the larger Jewish world to embrace this classical worldview, there always will be a fascination with Sephardic customs and traditions that can in fact create further inroads into Sephardic Jewish life. At Temple Emmanuel in Beverly Hills, Rabbi Sarah Bassin decided three years ago to hold an annual Mimouna celebration (the Sephardic tradition of a feast held the day after the end of Passover), for young Jewish professionals. We had a really diverse young professionals board and we strategically decided we wanted to highlight different subsets of Jewish culture, Bassin told the Journal. It started with a Cuban-Jewish event, then an Indian-Jewish event and that led to the Mimouna event. On a philosophical level, I think the American-Jewish context is one where we do have all these different fusion touch points of subsets of Jewish culture, she says. Thats what America does. It takes from all these minority cultures and then they get folded in and adapted and morphed into their own Americanized version. That, Bassin says, is part of what she hoped to cultivate and facilitate helping Ashkenazi Jews embrace the [Mimouna] experience and see that this is now something that can be part of their [overall] Jewish experience. Embracing Sephardic culture on the academic level is also happening at UCLAdino an organization formed eight years ago to spread knowledge of Ladino the Judeo-Spanish language to students on campus and nationwide. UCLAdino Director Max Daniel is a graduate student in Jewish Studies in the Maurice Amado Program in Sephardic Studies. Theres a large academic interest worldwide in studying Ladino, Daniel says. In addition, he says, its part of my heritage and connects me to our culture as Sephardic Jews. Daniels father was a native Ladino speaker who was born before World War II in Salonika, Greece. At 25, Daniel is less than half Bouskilas age, but he too says he grew up with a Jewish Day school education (in Chicago) but with zero focus on Sephardic culture, philosophy or tradition. It was all Ashkenazi culture and the languages we focused on were Hebrew or Yiddish. What brings me to [the Ladino] group is that sense of reclaiming and almost relearning our heritage. There is also a growing interest among non-Sephardim. Its not just about the food and music anymore. [Sephardim] also have strong intellectual traditions in Jewish law and philosophy that are all part of the equation. Rabbi Marc D. Angel Daniel says it struck him that hes the first generation in his family to not grow up speaking Ladino. My ancestry and heritage is important to me and [studying Ladino] is a concrete thing I can do. It exposes me to the texts and the culture and a lot of the mediums and the emotions of the language. Daniel believes theres a definite interest in the Ladino language and Sephardic heritage or spirit that he says could be attributed to a renewed effort by Spain and Portugal to connect with Sephardic Jews. On the academic side, they realize theyve neglected these histories and communities for some time, Daniel says. He also believes that Jews from Sephardic communities living in the United States are now more comfortable speaking about their differences, whereas before I think they wanted to find commonalities with Ashkenazi Jews who settled here. At Valley Beth Shalom, Rabbi Ed Feinstein says, Its our job to create as many celebrations of as many different Jewish expressions as possible. Feinstein began introducing a Sephardic High Holy Day service 10 years ago for Persian congregants, and recently implemented a monthly Sephardic Shabbat service called Tmarim. Tmarim is run by Asher Levy, who grew up in the Valley Beth Shalom community and who studied ethnomusicology at UCLA. His family hails from Syria and his father is a rabbi. We really wanted to see what would it sound like to do an entire Sephardic service and its become a beautiful part of our repertoire, Feinstein says. Much like Angels reference to the Sephardic joyful spirit, Feinstein says its wonderful to discover the colorful aesthetic of Sephardic Jewry. They eat bright, colorful, spicy food. Ashkenazim eat gray gefilte fish. Sephardic Jewry is a colorful corrective to the restrained aesthetic of Ashkenazic Jewry. Feinstein believes embracing Sephardic traditions is part of American Jewrys struggle to create a new aesthetic. When we came to this country at the beginning of the 20th century, we brought all the models and the forms of Jewish life from [our] European communities, but those have now played themselves out. And were now comfortable enough in our Jewishness and ready for something brand new. For more information on Rabbi Marc D. Angels sessions at Sephardic Temple Tifereth Israel from March 15-17, please contact http://www.SephardicTemple.org or call (310) 475-7000. Read more here: The Many Facets of the Sephardic Spirit Jewish Journal Category: Sephardic | Comments Off on The Many Facets of the Sephardic Spirit Jewish Journal Tags:

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An entry in an address book: Goldstein, Erich, Oppeln, Plakatmaler, 153 Lisoyang. That was the one fragmentary detail about my husband Brians family that we discovered during a pleasurable Sunday afternoon with Sonja Mhlberger. Sonja and Brians mother Maude were both born in Shanghai just a few months apart in 1939. Both girls were in utero during the passage to Shanghai, born into families who took refuge from the Nazis in one of the last available havens for German Jews. After looking through many photos to see if Brian could recognize a young Maude Goldstein (he couldnt), Sonja showed us her copy of the 1939 address book where we found a listing for his Papa Erich. Maude died when Brian was young so he never had a chance to learn much about her early childhood in Hongkou, Shanghais designated area for Jews. Sometimes referred to as the Shanghai Ghetto, it was a ghetto without walls, inhabited by Jews, Chinese, Russians, and a broad assortment of misfits and adventurers. Sonja told of a relatively happy childhood within this two and a half square kilometer area far from the land her parents missed and would return to after the war. Her recollections gave Brian some reassurance about his mothers childhood and insight into what it must have been like. Thanks to Sonja for sharing her stories with us, for opening a window into the life led by the mother-in-law I never met. We enjoyed visiting Sonja at her home in Friedrichshagen, the southeastern community of Berlin where she has lived since 1961. Her deep roots in the region were evident from the many people who greeted her when we strolled down to the Mggelsee after our Kaffee and Apfelkuchen. If youd like to learn more about Sonja, her story of survival in Shanghai is featured in the same Deutsche Welle German Jewish Cultural Heritage Series that our family participated in.

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Zipporah Zabari, a 19-year-old from Tel Aviv, went from delivering milk in her neighborhod to Purim Queen of Tel Aviv, 1928. Have you seen any similar Purim transformations this year? ow.ly/XGAJ50gDP4l … See MoreSee Less 8 hours ago Photo The themes of Purim could be applied to a number of social justice causes, including the Civil Rights Movement. This article looks at feminist interpretations of the story that are especially pertinent today. ow.ly/XUdj50gA5kr … See MoreSee Less 1 day ago Photo

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in 1923 in the state of Massachusetts. He now goes by the name, Sumner Redstone. Murray Rothstein owns Viacom, a Media Corporation with subsidiaries such as, MTV, the Homosexual TV show, LOGO, and Paramount Pictures. When Murray Rothstein puts on a video at his MTV subsidiary with blacks rapping such lyrics as: Hey yo, I smoke dust and shoot cops, sell drugs on new lots, we dust brothers f**k mothers. I dont think that Sumner Redstone, that is Murray Rothstien, really grooves into it. Its for the Goys you know, and hes making a killing on the dumb Goys who have been conditioned by MTV and all of the Jewish-controlled media to despise anything that remotely resembles Christian morality. As for Murrays homosexual show, LOGO, dont think for a minute that if his son brought a boyfriend-lover home for dinner that Murray would be too delighted. Jews you see have an obsession that their children should marry and bear grandsons, thus conferring immortality on their Jewish progenitors. A homosexual son is not only a disgrace to a Jew, but tantamount to wiping him out of existence. But The Show Must Go On, as the saying goes. And thus the Jewish-controlled media and their legal arm, the Jewish-run and funded, American Civil Liberties Union, (ACLU), are engaged in a relentless effort to promote public displays of perversion and decadence. One such decadent public display is the Folsom Gay Street Fair held in Folsom County CA every year and recently on September 30 2007. The perverse public displays would outrage even the most flaming liberal.See: Folsom Gay FairAND: Folsom Outrage WALT DISNEY PRODUCTIONS IS NOW OWNED by the Jew, Michael Eisner. Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck have been pre-empted by Eisners Jewish Agenda of promoting a multicultural America. Multiculturism is nothing less than the Jewish sabotage of a homogenous Christian culture. Examples of Eisners promotion of multiculturism are two films that launched his career in shaping an Anti-Christian culture: The Jungle Book and Pocahontas. In both films, Eisner portrays White males as contemptible, racist, cowardly, and inept. The White heroine in The Jungle Book rejects her British-officer suitor and lets herself be wooed and won by a Jungle-boy. In Pocahontas, Eisner has Captain John Smith discarding Christianity in favor of American Indian animism through his union with Pocahontas. This Indian princess was named by those who knew her best: little wanton, (pocahontas). What Eisner is not telling us is that Captain John Smith never married Pocahontas as she was already married with a 3 year old son. It was John Rolfe who had married little wanton. And the Jew Eisner would never scruple to tell his audience of children that it was Pocahontas who converted to Christianity, not vice versa. As regards The Jungle Book, it bears no resemblance whatsoever to what was originally written by Rudyard Kipling. And what is the subliminal message that Eisner wishes to inject into the sensibilities of American children which will funnel out into American culture? That the White man with his Christianity is deficient in both moral virtues and spirituality. But will Eisner teach his children and grandchildren to give up their Jewishness and intermarry with Hindus and Blacks? Eisner and his Jewish buddies would rather die than see their sons marry Calcutta Hinuds and Schwartzas! JEWISHNESS IS BEING SHOVED in our faces everywhere we turn. Because the Jews wish to position themselves as victims, they have exploited the Holocaust to make Americans feel protective of the poor Jewish victim of Anti-Semitism. But has anyone brought to mind that these so called victims happen to be the wealthiest sufferers the world has ever known? Until we are able to perceive that – America will continue to be a Holocaust Remembrance society. High School Curriculums throughout America are teeming with it. Holocaust Museums and Holocaust Study Centers are in every major U.S. city. The Jews have made sure that our collective memory will not be a Christian one that America once extolled. Our former common Christian bond has been usurped by a Jewish agenda known as The Holocaust. Are we not sick and tired of the millionaire Jew, Elie Weisel, with his continual harping on his sufferings of the Holocaust? If any one has made a killing on the Holocaust Industry, it is the millionaire Jew, Elie Weisel. THE JEWS HAVE SO PERMEATED our world-view and self-definition, that our culture has become a Prozac-fixated society. The Jewish Science, that is, Psychoanalysis, has so infused our consciousness, that instead of the John Waynes and the Mickey Mantles as our heroes, we now have as our prime American hero, the neurotic Jew and sex-obsessive pederast, Woody Allen. Woody Allen, (born Allan Koningberg), typifies the man bereft of absolute truth, continually searching for meaning in a meaningless world, only to give up the search with the plunging into continual sexual gratification as the salvivic consolation. The best that Woody Allen can offer us by way of an example in real life, is his illicit sexual affair with the 16 year old adopted daughter of his second wife, Mia Farrow. CONCLUSION AMERICA WAS ONCE A NATION that bonded its citizens together through a common Christian memory, cause, and destiny. Christian decency has now been preempted by crass depravity through the Jewish-controlled Media and its legal arm, the Jewish-run and funded, American Civil Liberties Union. (ACLU). Our Christian heritage has been undermined by the Jewish elite who have lobbied successfully for a multicultural (translate, all belief-systems that will crowd out Christianity, society. America, once known as a Christian nation, is now is now termed, thanks to Jewish Academia, a pluralistic nation. But pluralism and multiculturism works to the Jews advantage: Divide And Conquer! What we have now in our nation, is not primarily a pluralistic society, but rather, a Jewish America. WE STILL HAVE A CHANCE TO RECLAIM AMERICA out of the ruinous hands of the Jews. We can begin with makes a commitment to attend Church Services regularly and discussing with like-minded friends the issues that face us. Then we can all call upon Christ to heal our nation, to heal our souls, to heal our apathy, and to heal our debilitated state. And: Christians NOT Jews Are Gods Chosen People! Click Here And: How Jews Think Click Here Support Brother Nathanael! HERE

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