I can describe the reality here, I can ask you to imagine what it's like, but no matter what I will say, it will be very hard for anyone who's not here to comprehend. In the past three days, 350 missiles have been fired to Israeli cities, most of them to southern cities. In the...
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A Comforting Song for Holocaust Remembrance Day
November 16, 2012 | 9:36 am
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This weekend, once again, the people of Southern Israel were under attack. Missiles fired from Gaza exploded in the middle of cities, and people were wounded, both physically and mentally. This weekend was also the formal beginning of winter time here. After an everlasting summer,...
August 30, 2012 | 2:13 pm
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The Israeli Air Force on Wednesday evening struck two targets in the northern Gaza Strip, in response to earlier rocket fire.
The two targets were terrorist bases, according to an IDF statement.
Earlier on Wednesday, a rocket fired from Gaza directly hit a home in the Sdot Negev Regional Council, one of around 55 rockets and mortars fired into Israel since the morning. Several people suffered from shock.
The Iron Dome anti-rocket system intercepted a rocket fired at Netivot on Wednesday.
Read more at Haaretz.com.
April 21, 2011 | 4:02 pm
As Allie Goldman’s plane was making its descent on the blazing 97-degree Midland/Odessa airport in west Texas, the landscape dotted with oil dykes looked foreign to the Dallas native even though it was the same state.
But Goldman’s work schedule for the weekend was familiar:...
March 31, 2010 | 11:42 am
NATCHEZ, Miss. — As the sun inched below the horizon in this Mississippi River town, people arrived alone or in small groups and walked up the steps of Temple B’nai Israel on Shabbat.
Only about a dozen Jewish residents remain in Natchez, a city of about 16,400 best known for its elaborate plantation homes. As younger generations moved away, the congregation hasn’t had its own full-time rabbi since 1976.
Read the full article at http://www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/ap/tx/6937924.html
April 2, 2009 | 1:23 pm
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Not that they would want me anyway, but the Jews of Dothan couldn’t pay me enough to make aliyah to the tiny Alabama town. And $50,000 certainly wouldn’t cut it.
This plot, hatched by the Blumberg Family Jewish Community Services of Dothan, to absorb moving expenses and provide an...
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Stretching along the popular beachfront area of Miami, approximately 650,000 Jewish residents support more than 100 synagogues, several Jewish community centers and abundant kosher restaurants, including authentic Thai food. The South Florida city even employs a full-time kashrut...