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Ebionite

Who were the Ebionites? What were the salient features of this form of Messianism? Was this the ORIGINAL “Apostolic Creed” or was this a later heresy developed in the second century of the Common Era? Ebionim denied that Jesus was … Continue reading

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Meet Rabbi Shlomo Riskin

Rabbi Shlomo Riskin believes that Judaism has a message for the world. “In its essence, halakha (Jewish law) is compassion,” he says. This he learned from his pious grandmother, with whom he spent every Shabbat (Sabbath) from age ten until … Continue reading

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New US MOU gives Libya ‘license to steal,’ activist says

Arutz Sheva – Israel National News JTA, 23/02/18 07:31 US agrees to Libyan request that activists say prevents ancient Jewish artifacts from leaving the country. The United States is signing an agreement with Libya that activists say legitimizes the confiscation … Continue reading

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Lebanese Journalist: Israel Excels and Arabs Have Failed a Century After Balfour

By: United with Israel Staff Feb 22, 2018 “A century after the Balfour Declaration… the Arabs have not managed to build a [a single] state that possesses knowledge, justice, and the economic, social, and human capability for confronting Zionism,” confesses … Continue reading

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Convert to Judaism or be a Noahide?

Interview with the head of Machon Shilo, Rabbi David Bar-Hayim. Non-Jews who believe in the G-d of Israel have a choice. They can undergo full conversion to Judaism or remain non-Jews, but accept the seven biblical commandments non-Jews are expected … Continue reading

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Jewish Refugees from Arab Countries

Although much is heard about the plight of the Palestinian refugees, little is said about the Jews who fled from Arab states. In 1945, there were more than 870,000 Jews living in the various Arab states. Many of their communities … Continue reading

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The Vilna Gaon and his Vision of Redemption

The Vilna Gaon and his Vision of Redemption Rabbi Samuel Yaniv Givat Shmuel In order to illuminate the beginning of the blossoming of our Redemption, G-d bestowed upon the world a wonderful soul, beloved of the people, who was accorded … Continue reading

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United Nations Compensation Commission

The United Nations Compensation Commission was created in 1991 as a subsidiary organ of the United Nations Security Council. Its mandate is to process claims and pay compensation for losses and damage suffered as a direct result of Iraq’s 1990–1991 … Continue reading

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Schumer Letter to Tillerson, RE: Iraqi Jewish Archive

Dear Secretary Tillerson, I write today out of deep concern over the recently reported decision to return over 2,700 pieces of Iraqi Judaica to Iraq next year. Four years ago, I urged then-Secretary of State John Kerry to delay and … Continue reading

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US Jews launch appeal to stop return of archive

Monday, February 12, 2018 US Jews launch appeal to stop return of archive  The Iraqi-Jewish community in the US has launched an urgent appeal for financial support in the wake of the US government’s decision to return the Iraqi-Jewish archive … Continue reading

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