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Two Jewish candidates in the Canadian federal election appeared before a court to challenge the chief electoral officer’s decision to schedule the upcoming national vote on Shemini Atzeret.
Smolow, of Great Neck, N.Y., has been active with Hadassah for 39 years and served as the group’s national secretary before becoming its president.
“It is time that instead of Israel receiving from the Diaspora, we should be giving... We are increasing [funding by] tens of millions of dollars, but it is not enough: We need to do more,” he said.
The program is a product of the 2018 “Campus Pitch Competition,” an initiative that gives college students the chance to pitch a new project that aims to change the dialogue about Israel on campuses.
By SHAKED KARABELNICOFF
The decision to teach Hebrew to Serbs may seem confusing at first glance due to the country’s Jewish demographics.
By RONEN SHNIDMAN
The announcement prompted some criticism about the community’s need for philanthropy to cover its security costs.
By CNAAN LIPHSHIZ/JTA
By DAVID ELIEZRIE
The president told his audience something of the history of his family, which came to Jerusalem in 1809, and concluded the tale saying: "We will remain here forever."
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
"His social media comments have been extremely disturbing," wrote BBC presenter Nicky Campbell. "We should have checked. We didn’t. I’m sorry."
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
The newspaper and other media said Farca had posted online that he wanted to mimic the gunman in the San Diego incident, "except with a Nazi uniform on."
“We are dedicated to producing well-rounded, confident, resilient individuals, with a social conscience and the sense of responsibility to become future leaders.”
By ALAN ROSENBAUM
The progressive Jewish community Beit Krakow tried unsuccessfully to obtain use of the building in 2012.
Education is a prime value for Dario Werthein, which is why he considers ORT so important.
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