Jewish Journal

  • Virus for peace

    Gabor Sarosi

    August 17, 2012 | 9:37 am

    It seemed to be a regular nightshift at the Natanz and Fordo nuclear facilities in Iran. Scientists were working on their computers, technicians were checking if everything goes well in order to raise the Islamic Republic into the priviliged group of nations having nuclear weapons... read on

  • The artificial legend of Galicia

    Ian Shulman

    August 6, 2012 | 12:30 pm

























    “Русини, Поляки, Жиди, Німці, Австрійці, Мадяри, Вірмени, Цигани, Греки і Татари впродовж століть спільно творили... read on

  • Döbling, Vienna’s promised land

    Ian Shulman

    August 6, 2012 | 12:27 pm

    The Jewish Vienna used to be (and probably still remains) a diverse and immense world. Even though brothers should sit together, as the song ‘shevet yachim hamyaha’ suggests, the district I tried to portrait in the article ‘Brooklyn’s only true sister’ was certainly not able to... read on

  • Brooklyn’s only true sister

    Ian Shulman

    August 6, 2012 | 12:09 pm

    Sister cities or twin cities is an extremely fascinating, but almost meaningless puzzle. Indeed, there are cities with almost sisterly relations, tightly connected through history, names, personalities and legends. But ‘sister cities’ are essentially pairs of cities, connected... read on

  • Jewish Football club Cracovia in Poland

    Michał Zajda

    August 6, 2012 | 12:05 pm

    Every self-respecting football fan knows perfectly which team is the oldest one, however not everyone knows its history. Cracovia has been renowned for its openness and tolerance, especially towards the Jews who gave foundations to the club and provided many activists and football... read on

  • The Need of Balance

    Gábor Sárosi

    July 25, 2012 | 1:14 pm

    The main suspect of last week’s terrorist attack in Bulgaria had a quite big file of involvement in activities of different terrorist groups. He was held for 2 years in Guantanamo, but - being a Swedish citizen - he was sent back to Sweden, where charges were not pressed against... read on

  • Creation vs Weightlifting - the omnipotence paradox

    Gábor Sárosi

    July 25, 2012 | 1:11 pm

    Can God create a stone too heavy for him to lift up?

    This is the famous “omnipotence paradox”. If the answer is yes, He can, then His weightlifting-power is limited, if the answer is no, He can’t, than His creating-power is limited. Either way, God is not omnipotent.
    There are a... read on

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