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The Victory of Judaism Over Germanism by Wilhelm Marr (1879)

Wilhelm Marr was actually the person who popularized the term “anti-semitism” and this book provides us some insights into jewish-German relations toward the end of the 19th century. Link Share now! Source 00

The Zionist assault on Judaism

If we take the straightforward dictionary definition of antisemitism rather than the tendentious IHRA one, we find that Zionism itself exhibits signs of anti-Jewish ideology.  Merriam-Webster defines antisemitism as “hostility toward or discrimination against Jews as a religious, ethnic, or racial group.” On this score, Zionism minced no words. In its foundational doctrine “the negation […]

My Flight From Judaism To Christ

Uncategorized My Flight From Judaism To Christ June 23 2021 Watch: ‘Censor-Free!’ HERE! ___________________________________More +BN Vids! Why I Left Judaism Here! America’s Death Wish Here! Apocalypse Now! Here! +BN Classics! Seeds Of America’s Collapse Here! Are You A Boy Or Are You A Girl? Here! +BN Vids Archive! HERE!___________________________________Support The Brother Nathanael Foundation!Br Nathanael Fnd […]

Brazilian musician shines a light on the intersection of sexuality and Judaism

Alma via JTA — Brazil is a diverse and complex country. For 32-year-old Assucena Assucena, who is trans and Jewish — of Moroccan and Sephardic descent — that complexity is intensified. To be Jewish in Brazil already means that you’re one of an estimated 120,000 Jews living in a predominantly Catholic country with a deep […]

Shavuot: Judaism’s Wedding

As Passover becomes a glimmer of the past, we now look to celebrate our next Holy Day, Shavuot, embracing Torah and dancing just like a wedding. In fact, Shavuot means weeks and to swear an oath. The Torah tells us to count seven “weeks” from the second day of Passover until the fiftieth day, which […]

Bolshevism is Judaism (Zionism)

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The debate over Judaism and Zionism that roiled, then unified University of Iowa

JTA — When the University of Iowa student senate debated a bill to give special representation to Jews on campus, Nick Nachtman voted no. Other minority groups had been given their own seats in the Undergraduate Student Government, chosen by their respective student organizations. The Jewish senator would be chosen by students at Hillel. In Nachtman’s […]

When Islam and Judaism Make Friends…

APRIL 03, 2021 BY GILAD ATZMON by Gilad Atzmon On Thursday evening at 8pm, every Israeli news channel broadcasted live primetime televised speech delivered by the new Israeli kingmaker, Mansour Abbas, the Leader of the Israeli Islamic party, Ra’am.   [embedded content] “Now is the time for change,” the conservative Muslim leader told his Hebrew-speaking audience, […]

The debate over Judaism, Zionism that roiled the University of Iowa

When the University of Iowa student senate debated a bill to give special representation to Jews on campus, Nick Nachtman voted no.  Other minority groups had been given their own seats in the Undergraduate Student Government, chosen by their respective student organizations. The Jewish senator would be chosen by students at Hillel. In Nachtman’s view, […]

‘My community came from Iran, where they practiced Judaism in secret for 200 years’

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Israel election results: ‘Liberal Judaism raises its voice’ as first Reform rabbi makes it into Knesset

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Iceland adds Judaism to list of state-recognized religions

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Iceland recognizes Judaism as an official state religion

Iceland has finally recognized Judaism as a religion. The process took over a year and, despite being home to a small Jewish community, Iceland has never before acknowledged the religion. Recognition was finally awarded on March 8. The country has only one rabbi, Avi Feldman, who initiated the Chabad Lubavitch of Iceland in 2018. Feldman […]

Iceland recognizes Judaism as a religion

Iceland has finally recognized Judaism as a religion, as of March 8. The process took over a year and, despite being home to a Jewish community, Iceland has never before acknowledged the religion. The country has only one Rabbi, Avi Feldman, who initiated the Chabad Lubavitch of Iceland in 2018. Feldman and the community members […]

Is oath-taking permitted in Judaism

March 15, 2021 by Rabbi Raymond Apple Read on for article Ask the Rabbi. Rabbi Raymond Apple OATHS Q. I recently heard that a rabbi declined to take an oath in a law court, claiming it was contrary to his religious belief, and insisted on making an affirmation. Surely taking an oath is permitted by […]

Immigrating to Israel made me renounce Judaism

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Natan Slifkin: Rationalist Judaism

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Neal Shusterman on Judaism, the Pandemic, and his Latest Book

Neal Shusterman is a Jewish literary powerhouse. During a career spanning over two decades, the award-winning author has produced multiple best-selling YA novels, including the bone-chilling “Unwind” series, the enthralling “Scythe” trilogy and the spectacular “Challenger Deep.” His latest novel, “Game Changer” (HarperCollins, 2021), is a creative tour de force that follows a teenage linebacker […]

CPAC cancels speaker who said Judaism is a ‘complete lie’

CPAC, the conservative political conference, has canceled the appearance of a speaker who has made several derogatory comments about Jews on social media. Young Pharaoh, an online commentator and promoter of conspiracy theories, was set to speak on a panel at CPAC, which is being held in Florida at the end of the month. The […]

The Non-Negotiable Judaism My Parents Gave Me

As I finish the year-long mourning period for my mother, Elaine Gerson Troy, I’m trying to integrate all the anecdotes, images and one-liners we have shared into a coherent story and viewpoint. When she died, it was unnerving to see this three-dimensional person reduced to tidbits, fleeting memories. This has been a year of reconstruction, […]

CNN anchor uses Trump lawyer’s Judaism to lampoon trial

CNN news anchor Jake Tapper taunted one of the defense lawyers for former President Donald Trump, David Schoen, after Schoen gained wide notice for covering his head with his hand whenever he drank a glass of water during the impeachment trial.  Trump attorney David Schoen has left the Senate to observe the Sabbath. At synagogue […]

Jake Cohen’s Debut Cookbook is a Love Letter to His Husband, Family and Judaism

Nice Jewish professional chef, Jake Cohen, always had a love for cooking. Rushing home every day as a teenager to watch “Barefoot Contessa,” the Ashkenazi foodie eventually took his hobby and turned it into a profession. He studied at the Culinary Institute of America, worked in test kitchens and restaurants around New York and eventually […]

Judaism’s Strange Gods

Judaism’s Strange Gods Michael A. Hoffman, II Michael Hoffman indeed goes where few dare to go. He lists a compendium of areas and concerns about Judaism, which many never even ventured into. He shows clearly and methodically, that Talmudic Judaism is not a religion of peace, but rather a religion of anti-Goyim hatred and just […]

Free Judaism classes now permanent for potential converts

Browse > Home / News / Free Judaism classes now permanent for potential converts February 7, 2021 by Rabbi Yaakov Glasman Read on for article Two years ago St Kilda Shule launched an ambitious project to provide free Judaism classes to people wishing to convert to Judaism. David Solomon and Rabbi Yaakov Glasman with the […]

The Levites and the Kohens: The Patriarchal High Priests of Judaism

The Levites are members of the Hebrew tribe of Levi. They, and their tribe, are named after Levi, the third son of Jacob, and Leah. In the past, the Levites were entrusted with religious responsibilities at the Temple of Jerusalem. They were selected for the job, partly due to their lineage, and partly due to […]

As I was converting to Judaism, I found myself in a hot tub full of neo-Nazis

Sundhöllen, a public swimming pool in Reykjavik, Iceland, is located at Barónsstígur 45a, 101. The building’s simple, unadorned exterior appears to be that of a government building, or perhaps a prison, and it gives no indication of the deep clear pools and smoky hot tubs hiding on the other side of its high white walls. […]

The tragedy for haredim from COVID has created a crisis for Judaism itself

Browse > Home / Featured Articles / The tragedy for haredim from COVID has created a crisis for Judaism itself January 29, 2021 by Melanie Phillips – JNS.org Read on for article The mayor of Antwerp, the Belgian city that is home to about 15,000 ultra-Orthodox haredi Jews, has warned that their failure to comply […]

Carlos Escude, 72, driven to Judaism by Argentine economic crisis

In April, as much of the world introduced limits on movement and commerce in an effort to halt the spread of the coronavirus, Argentinean political theorist Carlos Escude waged a one-man protest outside his home in Buenos Aires. In a video that the newspaper Perfil described as “bizarre,” Escude can be seen on the sidewalk […]

Giuliani doubles down, says Soros uses Judaism as ‘a shield and a sword’

(JTA) — President Donald Trump’s personal attorney Rudy Giuliani has a history of publicly attacking the Jewish billionaire financier and philanthropist George Soros, having previously called him the “Antichrist,” saying he was “hardly a Jew” and asserting that he wanted to destroy the government because of his “sick background.” Now the former New York mayor […]

Thanksgiving in crisis: Judaism teaches us to be grateful – Opinion

The medical, financial, social and emotional challenges, coupled with the stresses we are experiencing within civil society, have made this a hard time to focus on our blessings. How can we express gratitude at a time of such difficulty? Somehow we must. Our country is not in perfect shape, and our lives are at times […]

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