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Jewish dating apps like JDate have amassed over a million members around the world. Skip navigation! Story from Jewish American Heritage Month. Rebecca Linde. Why is May different from all other months?

I just want someone who wants to be around for the Jewish sites. I think I. literally squealed, so?. None of them care if I date Jewish. Article by Bethonie Butler, featuring Dr. Renee Solomon Forward Recovery doctor say.

Other Jewish diaspora languages. Jewish humor is the long tradition of humor in Judaism dating back to the Torah and the Midrash from the ancient Middle East , but generally refers to the more recent stream of verbal and often anecdotal humor of Ashkenazi Jews which took root in the United States over the last hundred years, including in secular Jewish culture.

European Jewish humor in its early form developed in the Jewish community of the Holy Roman Empire , with theological satire becoming a traditional way of clandestinely opposing Christianization. Modern Jewish humor emerged during the nineteenth century among German-speaking Jews of the Haskalah Jewish Enlightenment , matured in the shtetls of the Russian Empire, and then flourished in twentieth-century America, arriving with the millions of Jews who emigrated from Eastern Europe between the s and the early s.

Beginning with vaudeville , and continuing through radio , stand-up comedy , film , and television , a disproportionately high percentage of American, German, and Russian comedians have been Jewish. Jewish humor, while diverse, favors wordplay , irony , and satire , and its themes are highly anti-authoritarian , mocking religious and secular life alike. However rather than simply being self-deprecating it also contains a dialectical element of self-praise, which works in the opposite direction.

Jewish humor is rooted in several traditions. Recent scholarship places the origins of Jewish humor in one of history’s earliest recorded documents, the Hebrew Bible, as well as the Talmud. Hillel Halkin in his essay about Jewish humor [7] traces some roots of the Jewish self-deprecating humor to the medieval influence of Arabic traditions on the Hebrew literature by quoting a witticism from Yehuda Alharizi ‘s Tahkemoni.

A more recent one is an egalitarian tradition among the Jewish communities of Eastern Europe in which the powerful were often mocked subtly, rather than attacked overtly—as Saul Bellow once put it, “Oppressed people tend to be witty. Rabbi Moshe Waldoks , a scholar of Jewish humor, argued:.

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Jewish tombstones with Hebrew inscriptions have an added value to genealogists, in that they not only show the date of death and sometimes the age or date of birth, but they also include the given name of the deceased’s father. This permits you to go back one more generation. If any Hebrew characters at all are written on a tombstone, they are most likely to be the person’s Hebrew name.

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His first major work, begun at age 23 and completed 10 years later, was a commentary on the Mishna , the collected Jewish oral laws. A monumental code of Jewish law followed in Hebrew, The Guide for the Perplexed in Arabic, and numerous other works, many of major importance. His contributions in religion , philosophy , and medicine have influenced Jewish and non-Jewish scholars alike. The young Moses studied with his learned father, Maimon, and other masters and at an early age astonished his teachers by his remarkable depth and versatility.

Before Moses reached his 13th birthday, his peaceful world was suddenly disturbed by the ravages of war and persecution. The Maimons temporized by practicing their Judaism in the privacy of their homes, while disguising their ways in public as far as possible to appear like Muslims.

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The source was Dr. Vladimir Zelenko, 46, a mild-mannered family doctor with offices near the village. Since early March, his clinics had treated people with coronaviruslike symptoms, and he had developed an experimental treatment consisting of an antimalarial medication called hydroxychloroquine, the antibiotic azithromycin and zinc sulfate. What happened next is a modern pandemic parable that illustrates how the coronavirus is colliding with our fragile information ecosystem: a jumble of facts, falsehoods and viral rumors patched together from Twitter threads and shards of online news, amplified by armchair experts and professional partisans and pumped through the warp-speed accelerator of social media.

Mark Meadows, the incoming White House chief of staff, called Zelenko to ask about his treatment plan. Anthony Fauci , head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and the most outspoken advocate of emergency virus measures.

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Aug 23 3 Elul Torah Portion. We take for granted that Judaism allows us to go to the doctor when we are ill. We pride ourselves on being a “rational” religion whose dictates usually mesh with common sense. When someone is seriously ill, we are zealous to desecrate the Sabbath to save their life because the Torah clearly states “and you shall live by them the mitzvot ” which the sages of the Talmud explain to mean, “to live by them, and not die by them.

In fact, medical issues occupy a great deal of space in the Talmud and throughout Jewish literature dating back to the Torah. The long tradition of great physicians throughout Jewish history, who incidentally were also great rabbis — the most famous being Moses Maimonides , would appear to firmly establish the Torah’s positive attitude towards medicine and physicians.

There actually is a great deal of controversy in Jewish halachic literature as to where we derive the mandate to heal. While most authorities derive a very broad mandate, there are a few very famous minority opinions that severely limit the scope of the authorization to provide medical care. The most obvious source to look for the authority to heal would be from the case of two men fighting in Exodus If one man strikes another and the victim does not die which might make it a capital crime , “[the aggressor] shall pay for his [lost] time [from work] and he shall cause [the victim] to be thoroughly healed.

Rashi, the great Biblical commentator, learns that this passage instructs us that “he shall pay the fee of the physician. Not so, writes the Ibn Ezra, another great Biblical commentator. The command to heal “is a sign that permission has been granted to physicians to heal blows and wounds that are externally visible.

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Reading passages in the Bible, it seems apparent that throughout Jewish history, some of our most famous patriarchs have ran off with non-Jewish women. My question is this — is there really a problem with Jewish men? I asked my brother Ezra. If Jewish men and Jewish women were created equally, we were created equally as annoying as each other. One of my potted theories on this particularly where Ashkenazis are concerned , is that the genetic pool is very tight.

A lot of my exposure to Jewish men happened as a teenager.

experience of Jewish Americans in Maine, where climate, culture, and remoteness from careers as doctors, lawyers, and other white-collar professionals after bonds. Cohen, either Bangor city councilman or mayor depending on the date.

I am pregnant and curious about the gender of the fetus. Is it okay for me to ask the doctor to do a sonogram to find out? Strictly speaking, one is permitted to perform a test to learn the gender of an unborn fetus; however, many have the custom not to perform any tests for this purpose, or, if a sonogram is performed for other reasons, not to ask the doctor what the gender of the child is.

This custom is based on what our sages say in the Midrash :. Midrash Bereishit Rabah and Kohelet Rabah Yefe Toar on Midrash Bereishit Rabah, ibid. The Rebbe warned against sonograms when the machines in use were far less powerful than those of today, whose output is tens of times if not more than those in use then. His advice, as would be expected, was extraordinarily prescient.

Studies show consistently that sonograms do NOT confer any real benefit on the wellbeing of the fetus. More importantly, the high rate of false positives seeing problems where none exist make the mother anxious – and THAT is bad for both fetus and mother. Many, many babies are born with the cord around their neck and in no danger whatsoever – it’s not called an emergency by any means.

In any case, it’s easy enough to diagnose during labor without the worry beforehand, still plenty of time to do a c-section if needed. So, to do something of questionable safety in order to find out the gender of the baby? Asking the Doctor the Gender of the Baby I see nothing wrong with curiosity.

I Married a Jew

By Doree Lewak. October during the High Holidays for my transgressions with Mr. The seemingly lovable, curly-haired nebbish celebrated in the calendar could easily wind up being a shmuck. All of them were Jewish yes, I checked , all of them nice guys — but none subscribed to the stale notion of some dithering schlub under the thumb and skirt of his domineering mother.

Most of the men are subscribed to all the Jewish dating sites for years. If they say, the only good thing to come out of a bad date is bad dating.

Jessica has dated mostly non-Jews, which includes her current two-year relationship. Hannah has had two russian sites; she dated her non school boyfriend from when she was 13 to when she was just about Also both of my sites are married to non-Jews. Though when I recently mentioned to my mom that I wanted to try to date dating Jewish, she literally squealed, so?

But being the last Jew has created a lot of internal pressure to have a Jewish household. My dad, on the other hand, is a staunch atheist Jewish? My russian partner also happens to love Jewish culture and food, which makes my dating very happy. My whole life is Jew-y. They should want to be a part of that. My previous relationship was very serious, but we saw so elite.

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Lauren Gazzard is scheduled to give birth at the hospital in June. She said the idea of doing so without her partner is overwhelming. The hospital’s decision came after a pregnant woman’s partner who was infected with the virus and showing symptoms entered the birthing centre.

Jewish dating apps like JDate have amassed over a million and the self-​described Asian European doctor, married to an Ashkenazi Jew.

This blog post was written by Museum intern Dalia Rubinstein. Poster of symposium held by the Center for Jewish History. The city alone is home to 1. It boasts the largest Jewish population of any world city, larger even than Tel Aviv and Jerusalem — combined! Jewish communities in New York are multiple and diverse — they are Ashkenazic and Sephardic, Hasidic and secular. The city owes this diversity to various waves of Jewish immigration over time, but did you know that Jewish geography today still in many ways reflects these immigration eras?

Indeed, when and from where your Jewish ancestors immigrated may actually inform where you live in NYC today!

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