Jewish Journal

It’s all about the ( money ) friendship.

Dana Hadadi Israel/Europe

January 27, 2012 | 7:17 am

from the left: Magda Dorosz, Przemek Dudek, Piotr Noskiewicz
Mleczarnia Pub Wroclaw, Poland

Once being to Genova , the head of its community was continuously referring people there as: “my community” in such a warm way,  I truly got jealous. It was only until later, when we sat... read on

  • congregational rabbi to CNN

    J. Harvey Karp Israel

    January 24, 2012 | 8:55 am

    JERUSALEM – Rabbi Joel Landau, a congregational rabbi who made aliyah, used to promote Israel from his pulpit at Beth Jacob Congregation in Irvine, Calif. Now he helps produce film clips promoting Israel’s scientific and cultural achievements. Rabbi Landau’s involvement began... read on

  • Jewish Culture for the non-Jews.

    Dana Hadadi Israel

    January 19, 2012 | 12:34 pm

    2 big green eyes welcomed me in the most magical city of Cracow, Poland.
    They belonged to a blond angelic girl name Sabina. Sabina is suffering from a rare syndrome of great hunger for knowledge, and this drives her in her continuous pursuit for spiritual challenges.
    Once revealing... read on

  • Blowin’ in the wind

    Ian Shulman

    January 18, 2012 | 2:52 pm

    Starting from December 2011, the nation of violent murderers of Palestinian children has also notoriously became the nation of women- and children-hating religious fanatics. And don’t forget, they used to kill Christian children and drink their blood back in the days before we... read on

  • From a woman perspective

    Dana Hadadi

    January 17, 2012 | 9:19 am

    As a secular Israeli Jew, I see fears of the un-known minority dictate extreme measures, that to the naked eye might be perceived as liberal, but actually are violently depriving me natural interest of my own culture. (“Judaism is theirs and not mine”).
    Many cases of governmental... read on

  • True Story

    Dana Hadadi

    January 13, 2012 | 2:34 pm

    Sarah, a 27 years old secular Hungarian Jew, is going to a Hanuka party in a synagogue in her town. She immediately feels at home: “These are my kind of people”, she declares, even though, most of them are complete strangers to her.
    “What do you think bonded you there”? Dana asks,... read on

  • The honorable title for Leopold Kozłowski

    Bożena Przewoźnik

    January 10, 2012 | 7:12 am

    Chmielnik the pre-war stetl in the Świętokrzyskie Mountains now takes many initiatives
    to restore the memory about its former inhabitants. “Encounters with Jewish culture,” are organized there every year and Leopold Kozlowski - a world famous artist enriches them with his... read on

  • A Brief History of a Jewish Chmielnik

    Bożena Przewoźnik

    January 9, 2012 | 3:12 pm

    In 1630, the mayor of the city Christopher Goluchowski gave the Jews the privilege to settle there and to run a business, trade, open inns, vineyards and what` s the most important of all – the permission to built a synagogue and religious school. In accordance to this privilege... read on

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