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Posts Tagged: History of Shabbat

March 10, 2023 1:29 pm
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Shabbat Is the Gift That Keeps Giving

Oscar Wilde is purported to have said that “to love oneself is the beginning of a lifelong romance.” I had always thought this was a...

World

Palestinian Prime Minister Announces New Reform Package

Newly installed Palestinian Prime Minister Mohammad Mustafa announced a package of reforms on Tuesday aimed at strengthening the Palestinian Authority (PA) amid increased global pressure for a revival of political...

Israel

Israeli Hostage Families Make Passover Plea for Return of Missing Loved One...

Relatives of Israeli hostages held in Gaza will mark the start of the Jewish holiday of Passover, a week-long festival that...

Middle East

Drone, Rocket Attacks Targeted US Forces in Iraq, US Officials Say

US forces in Iraq and Syria faced two separate rocket and explosive drone attacks in less than 24 hours, Iraqi security sources and US officials told Reuters on Monday, the...

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