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Myriad worshippers find meaning in fasting

The day plays out much the same way every year, around when summer transitions into fall.

Wednesday 08/08/2018
Beth Ami rabbi commutes from LA for second year
Posted: August 08, 2018

Long commutes are nothing new for those living in Los Angeles, but Rabbi Allison Lawton’s commute may look a little different than most.

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Wednesday 06/27/2018
Prince William lays wreath at Yad Vashem
Posted: June 27, 2018

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Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, lays a wreath during a ceremony at the Hall of Remembrance in the Yad Vashem Holocaust memorial in Jerusalem on June 26, 2018. Photo by Yonatan Sindel/Flash90

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Wednesday 02/28/2018
‘Signature of prophet Isaiah’ found in Jerusalem
Posted: February 28, 2018

A historic archaeological discovery near Jerusalem’s Temple Mount may be proof of the life of the biblical prophet Isaiah, according to an article in the Biblical Archaeology Review. A broken, eighth-century BCE clay seal impression, or bulla, appears to be inscribed with the words “Belonging to Isaiah,” as well as a partial word containing letters of the word “prophet.”

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Wednesday 02/21/2018
Program bridges Jewish-Christian divide
Posted: February 21, 2018

What happens when a Christian minister and an Orthodox Jew wrestle with the most sensitive subjects, while 100,000 people eavesdrop? They discover that their faith traditions have a lot in common.

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Wednesday 02/14/2018
Poland set to pass new law criminalizing kosher slaughter
Posted: February 14, 2018

Just one week after passing a controversial law criminalizing phrases indicating Polish responsibility for crimes against Jews during the Holocaust, Poland’s ruling party has sponsored a new bill including a clause that would criminalize kosher meat slaughter. If the law is passed, anyone found guilty of slaughtering animals in accordance with traditional Jewish practice would face a prison sentence of up to four years.

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Tempe synagogue pairs nature and exercise with Havdalah and a hike
Posted: February 14, 2018

A crowd of more than 30 people milled about under an awning at the Riparian Preserve at Water Ranch in Gilbert last Saturday afternoon. Volunteers with Temple Emanuel of Tempe’s hiking club carefully laid out a veritable cornucopia of snacks and drinks as kids ran around.

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Mayor attends grand opening of the Phoenix Mikvah
Posted: February 14, 2018

After many long hours of fundraising and more than a year of construction work, the Phoenix Mikvah held its grand opening this past weekend. Members of the greater Phoenix community were able to tour the new state-of-the-art facility and learn more about it. Guests in attendance — most of them from Orthodox congregations — came from all over to celebrate.

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Wednesday 02/07/2018
For Tu B’Shevat, Christians raise more than $10,000 to plant trees in Israel
Posted: February 07, 2018

For Tu B’Shevat, the Jewish new year for trees, more than 100 Christian Zionists raised over $10,000 to plant dozens of trees in Israel’s biblical heartland. The fundraising campaign, which was spearheaded by Rabbi Tuly Weisz, founder and CEO of Israel365, organized the planting of olive trees in the Jewish community of Bat Ayin in Gush Etzion and in the Jewish section of Hebron.

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Wednesday 01/24/2018
Israel’s neighbors among most dangerous countries for Christians, new report says
Posted: January 24, 2018

Most of Israel’s neighbors, including Egypt, Jordan, Syria and the Palestinian territories, are among the most dangerous places in the world for Christians, a new report by the Christian charity group Open Doors has found.

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