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Henry Ford’s Anti-Semitism
Henry Ford’s Anti-Semitism

In 1919, Henry Ford, already a famous industrialist, purchased the Dearborn Independent (The Ford International Weekly) newspaper and used the paper as a vehicle to spread his anti-Semitic, anti-labor and anti-immigration rhetoric.

The Tragedy of the Idol
The Tragedy of the Idol

Ever since Moses saw the Israelites dancing around the Golden Calf and smashed the two tablets of the law, the 17th of Tammuz has been an inauspicious day for the Jewish people, a day on which numerous tragedies occurred. One of the famous tragic events of the 17th of Tammuz was the placing of an idol in the Temple.

Hillary and Josh
Hillary and Josh

“He [Josh] is a wonderful husband who makes me feel loved and special every day and is a fabulous father to our little princess.”

How to Handle Summer Affairs
How to Handle Summer Affairs

What do corporate picnics, weddings and family reunions all have in common? For starters, they often are planned for these summer months and it just so happens they are some of the most dreaded occasions in the single person’s life. Many of you might not know that in the past few years, August has surpassed June as the most popular wedding month.  And July is officially the month for family reunions, while many companies offer picnics in the park as a mid-summer perk. Each of these events can create anxious situations for singles but here is some helpful advice for dealing with recurring and problematic scenarios.

Try These
Try These

One of the subcategories of the mitzvah of pikuach nefesh (saving a person’s life) is taking care of one’s own health. In this vein, the National Jewish Outreach Program has been involved in a campaign encouraging people not to smoke on Shabbat.

Jennie and Seth Jennie and Seth

“Turns out that this was Seth’s first ever JDate, and that he joined the very evening that I was planning to quit! We can’t stress enough that it’s worth the time not to give up; you never know when the right person will come along.”

Can She Bake a Cherry Pie?
Can She Bake a Cherry Pie?

Dessert is often the forgotten course. It is the final frontier for many busy cooks who want to put out a nice meal but simply do not have the time. Skip the purchased cookies, chiffon cake and pre-cut fruit from the salad bar (I know you cheat and buy the fruit pre-cut!).

The Ba’al Ha’turim
The Ba’al Ha’turim

Spain in the Middle Ages was home to scholars of great renown such as Abraham ibn Ezra (1089 – c. 1164), Judah ha-Levi (1086-1145), Rabbi Moses ben Maimon (Maimonides/Rambam 1135-1204) and Rabbi Moshe ben Nachman (Nachmanides/Ramban – 1194-1270). By the middle of the 13th century, however, the welcoming attitude of the Spanish kingdoms that had allowed Jewish life to thrive, had vanished.

Catherine And The Jews
Catherine And The Jews

Catherine II (AKA Catherine the Great, 1729-1796) was born Sophia Augusta Frederica, a daughter of the ruling family of Anhalt (a German state). In 1744, she married her second cousin, who was to become Czar Peter III. Six months after Peter III ascended the throne, he was deposed and assassinated, and Catherine assumed the throne.

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