Posts Tagged ‘shall’

Serious Semite: This Too Shall Pass

Trigger Warning: The following borrowed joke is sick, but it serves a purpose, so please read on. “What is worse than finding a worm in your apple? Finding half a worm in your apple. What is worse than finding half a worm in your apple? The Holocaust.” In the last couple of months, I, along […]

Theology of Thanksgiving: Whom Shall We Thank?

Studying the history of Thanksgiving is like digging a narrow mine shaft into the complexities of the history of the English settlement and the United States. For years, various days of Thanksgiving had been pronounced at different levels of government, almost all in response to bountiful harvests or military victories, often at the same time. […]

‘And they shall contemplate the kindness of Hashem’

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And The Youth Shall Lead Us

And The Youth Shall Lead Us Above photo: From Teaching for Change. In light of the outpouring of youth activism for stricter gun laws and against the militarization of schools, Teaching for Change shares these examples of young people at the forefront of social movements throughout U.S. history. We hope these can be useful in the classroom […]

You shall not pass! Saakashvili stopped from entering Ukraine on train

     Mikheil Saakashvili, a misfortunate politician of Georgian origin who has been recently seeking to restore his Ukrainian citizenship, was ordered to leave a train heading from the Polish city Przemysl to Lviv in Ukraine. Mikheil Saakashvili, the former Georgian president and former governor of Ukraine’s Odessa region, was asked to leave a train headed […]

‘We shall remain’: Bedouin of Jabal al-Baba face an uphill battle to keep their land

Forty-two-year-old Atallah Mazara’a from the Jahalin Bedouin tribe recalls a time when residents were free to move, unhindered by concrete walls and unobtainable permits. “Life was so simple before the [separation barrier] because you could leave for vacation, for weddings; you could take your car and go to Jerusalem,” Mazara’a said. “You could pray Maghrib [prayer just after […]

Constitutional Conventions: Shall We ConCon?

To Constitutionally convene or not to Constitutionally convene: that is the question.  (And one taken up by an upcoming conference I’ll be taking part in at Harvard: conconcon.org )  Or is it?  The government’s broken, but would a Constitutional convention be broken too?  This debate among those on the left usually takes the form of: […]

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