Today at sundown, Jews begin the observance of Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement that signals the end of the High Holy Days, a cycle marked by reflection and apologies to the people we have wronged in the last year. While the faithful...Show More Summary
Sent during Yom Kippur, the letters also declared "Make America Great Again."
I decided to perdu some pain for dinner using most of one of the challahs I made on Friday for Yom Kippur. Or more accurately after Yom Kippur was over. So without further ado… I make a very basic custard for the bread to soak in. Usually four eggs, about a 1/2 cup of milk, […]
Alice Rothchild attended a benefit dinner for the Institute for Middle East Understanding and found it to be a fundraiser, a celebration, a showcase of the active, committed Palestinian community, and also a uniquely Yom Kippur moment. Show More Summary
David Sela made a clear statement that nothing is more important than his Jewish identity.
Amid a series of controversies that has plagued Facebook over the past few weeks, CEO Mark Zuckerberg is asking for one thing: forgiveness. The company's latest foibles include finding 3,000 ads that were bought by a Russian companyShow More Summary
Yom Kippur is the "day of atonement" for Jews, and Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg marked the holiday by asking forgiveness for both himself and his company in a Facebook post. Zuckerberg indirectly referenced Facebook in his post, writing, "Tonight concludes Yom Kippur, the holiest day of the year for Jews, when we reflect...
Mark Zuckerberg publicly apologized for Facebook's negative effects, posting a message to mark the Jewish Yom Kippur holiday on Saturday in a year in which the social network has come under fire for spreading misinformation. "For the...Show More Summary
Like other Jews during Yom Kippur, Mark Zuckerberg tried to atone for his sins and made a plea for forgiveness over the weekend, Reuters reports. Unlike most other Jews, he asked forgiveness from millions of people—not just for his personal mistakes, but also for his social media platform. "For...
Facebook’s Chief Executive Officer and founder Mark Zuckerberg asked forgiveness for Facebook mistakes in the Jewish holiday of atonement called “Yom Kippur” on Saturday. Facebook faces criticism from the broad-minded people and President...Show More Summary
(Reuters) — Facebook Inc founder and Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg asked for forgiveness for ways his work was used to divide people in a Facebook posting marking the end of Yom Kippur, the Jewish holiday of atonement on Saturday. “For the ways my work was used to divide people rather than bring us together, I […]
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has used the Jewish holiday of Yom Kippur to issue a public apology for the way his social media platform was used to divide people. The site is under intense pressure to clamp down on “fake news” that...Show More Summary
Counter demonstrators sought to block the protest, which coincided with Yom Kippur.
Yesterday was Yom Kippur, one of the High Holy Days for Jews, otherwise known as the Day of Atonement. As part of the holiday, we read down a list of sins (text available here), apologizing for the ones that we...
Ah...the national dish of American Jewry! And a traditional food with which to break the fast after Yom Kippur. But over the last generation or two it has inched its way into the Larger American consciousness, so much so...
Yom Kippur test for liberal Jews A Yom Kippur challenge for liberal Jews
Mark Zuckerberg publicly apologized for Facebook's negative effects, posting a message to mark the Jewish Yom Kippur holiday on Saturday after a year in which the social network has come under fire for spreading misinformation. "For...Show More Summary
It seems Mark Zuckerberg spent his Yom Kippur reflecting on the impact Facebook has had on the world. SEE ALSO: Zuckerberg fires back at Trump over Facebook’s role in the U.S. election Read morelogs | Comments