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  2. Sholom Schwartzbard - Timenote

    Sholom Schwartzbard Birth Date: 18.08.1886 Death date: 03.03.1938 Length of life: 51 Days since birth: 50130 Years since birth: 137 Days since death: 31305 Years since death: 85 Extra names: Scholom Schwartzbard, Szolem Szwarcbard, שלום־שמואל שוואַרצבאַרד Categories: Killer, murderer, Poet, Publicist Nationality: jew Cemetery:

  3. Three fatalities identified from terror attack including ...

    The dead were identified as 73-year-old Rabbi Elimelech Wasserman, who was a judge in the rabbinical court in Ashdod, Hanna Ifergan, a 67-year-old principal of a girl’s school in Beit Shemesh, and 24 year-old Livia Dickman of Jerusalem. The other six victims were evacuated to local hospitals.

  4. Sholem Asch: Underworld Trilogy | My Jewish Learning

    The newly published translated collection Sholem Asch: Underworld Trilogy includes three of Asch’s Yiddish dramas which take place in the world of the criminals and the literal underworld. Translated by Caraid O’Brien, the “Underworld Trilogy” is comprised of: God of Vengeance (1907), Motke Thief (1917), and The Dead Man (1922).

  5. The Best Movies About Judaism and Being Jewish - Ranker

    The Very Best Jewish Poets Jewish Wrestlers The Very Best Jewish Movies Over 200 Ranker voters have come together to rank this list of The Very Best Jewish Movies Movies must have a primary focus on practicing Judaism—not just on Jewish characters. Includes documentaries.

  6. I ‘Regret’ Claim Israel Abducts, Rapes Palestinians

    “Gigi Hadid is the only major supermodel that keeps spreading blood libels about Jews harvesting organs,” Tamar Schwarzbard, the head of digital operations at the Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs, wrote on X. Have an opinion about this article?

  7. Book review #19: The Life and Times of Harry Smith

    Moving memories of folk art giant

  8. The Shalom Hartman Institute is a leading center of Jewish thought and education serving Israel and North America. Our mission is to strengthen Jewish peoplehood, identity, and pluralism; to enhance the Jewish and democratic character of Israel; and to ensure that Judaism is a compelling force for good in the 21st century.

  9. Nina Warnke | Jewish Women's Archive

    Nina Warnke is assistant professor of Yiddish Studies at the University of Texas at Austin. Her work on Yiddish theater has appeared in American Jewish History, Theatre Journal, YIVO Annual, Yiddish Theatre: New Approaches and Sholem Asch Reconsidered.

  10. Welcome to Ohav Sholom! Legacy Giving Legacy giving. Congregation Ohav Sholom is a welcoming, Modern Orthodox synagogue that is non-judgmental and open to people of all levels of Jewish observance and background. We believe in the power of our 4000 year old tradition. Torah has sustained us and it informs our worship, study, and family programs.

  11. Wenn ich einmal reich wär… Tevjes Traum: Kirche im HR

    Tevjes Traum. „Wenn ich einmal reich wär“, davon träumt der Milchmann Tevje aus einem Roman von Sholem Alejchem. In dem Musical Anatevka singt er es mit dem typischen (gesummt): O je widi widi widi widi widi bum. Anatevka heißt das kleine Schtetl, in dem Tevje gelebt hat, und es gab viele solche Städtchen in Osteuropa. In der ersten ...