Can’t wait for Floyd to beat this fool and ride off into the sunset.
1. Japanese virtual water innovation. 2. Cell phone blocking near a Baltimore jail? 3. Photos of a Chilean volcano eruption. 4. “Inspectors in Israel monitor live feeds to ensure that Jews aren’t sneaking in their vegetables with the Palestinian crop.” And the economics of suspense. 5. Tsundoku. 6. Who are the junior creditors in Russia? […]
Those are among the topics Jay and I discuss with the sagacious Daniel Pipes on this week’s Need to Know. Pipes has been practically clairvoyant about the Middle East for many years and he offers his insights about the damage Obama has done. Show More Summary
In the Middle East, the main victims were Christians and Jews.
New York’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) may adopt a new policy that would allow it to ban a controversial advertisement submitted by an anti-Muslim group.
Stung by a court ruling that would force it to run a controversial ad from an anti-Muslim group on its buses, New York’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority may adopt a new policy that could let it ban the ad after all. In a letter submitted on Friday to U.S. District Judge John Koeltl in...
Last summer it occurred to some of us in the Jewish Renewal world that this year, 2015, would mark the 25th anniversary of the trip to Dharamsala chronicled in Rodger Kamenetz's The Jew in the Lotus. Wouldn't it be neat,...
ELI KAVON: Lost in translation: Why Hebrew matters ( Jerusalem Post Blog). The writer starts with Philo, the Septuagint, and the Greek-speaking Jews of Alexandria, then explains why he thinks things have changed and translations no longer suffice.
Last year, San Francisco allowed controversial signs to be displayed that were clearly anti-Muslim. The Inquisitr reported on the signs – showcasing Osama Bin Laden along with the Twin Towers burning in the background – and associating said images with Islam. Show More Summary
Shalom Auslander, creator of the new Showtime series Happyish, is a gloomy, guilt-ridden, miserable man. Professionally. That’s his schtick. Raised an Orthodox Jew, the fortysomething Auslander now makes his living peddling angsty personal essays about his tortured relationship to pornography, or to defecation, or to humanity in general. Show More Summary
Posters with the message “Killing Jews is Worship that draws us close to Allah” next to a photo of a man with a keffiyeh wrapped around his face may soon be plastered on New York City subways and buses, after a federal ruling on Tuesday...Show More Summary
A federal judge ruled this week that the Metropolitan Transit Authority must run an ad it had previously rejected for New York buses and subway cars because officials feared it could incite violence against Jews.Read full article >>
On Tuesday night, a busload of Palestinians from the West Bank and hundreds of Israeli Jews filed into the Tel Aviv Exhibition Grounds to attend a Combatants for Peace event billed as an “Israeli-Palestinian Memorial Day Ceremony: Honoring...Show More Summary
Wearing a Masaba printed tunic with white pants, Soha attended the launch of a jewellery store in Delhi on Wednesday. We knew the look felt familiar and we just had to go back a few months to find out why. :P Left, Center: at a Jewellery Store Launch in Delhi Right: At 31 October Trailer […] The post In Twos appeared first on High Heel Confidential.
Oskar Groening, dubbed the "Accountant of Auschwitz," is being tried on 300,000 counts of accessory to murder
"On Tuesday, U.S. District Judge John Koeltl ruled that New York’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) cannot stop the controversial ad from running on scores of subway cars and buses."The MTA has argued that the ad could incite...Show More Summary
Via the New York Times: A federal judge in Manhattan on Tuesday ordered the Metropolitan Transportation Authority to display an ad from a pro-Israel group on buses after the agency declined to run it last year. The group, the American...Show More Summary
A former Auschwitz guard being tried on 300,000 counts of accessory to murder has testified that it was clear to him Jews were not expected to leave the camp in Nazi-occupied Poland alive. "I couldn't imagine that" happening, former SS Sgt. Oskar Groening told the Lueneburg state court today...
Dramatic stories of Jews from Germany, Austria, Czechoslovakia, and Iraq who overcame great obstacles to reach the Land of Israel.
It appears that Obama’s anti-Israel policies may finally be taking their toll as American Jews slowly shake off the effects of the Democratic Party’s Kool-Aid.