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Concern in Jewish Communities: Bodies of Corona Patients may Require Cremation

Concern in Jewish Communities: Bodies of Corona Patients may Require Cremation Rabbis in the Diaspora are facing a new threat, as more and more countries ban traditional burial of Corona victims. The Rabbi of Venice clarifies that if cremation is decreed – it must be obeyed: “Communities have not had to cope with such sensitive …

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‘I’m going to die and I want my death to be a Jewish one’

Paula kissing a mezuza

‘I’m going to die and I want my death to be a Jewish one’ Paula delved into Christianity and monasteries were her refuge during the Holocaust. But now, at 94, she’s decided that when she dies, she wants her death to be a Jewish one. by  Moshe Weisstuch | Israel HaYom | November 12, 2019 …

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“In Europe, antisemitism is in the air”

Venice conference in Venice Museum synagogue

“In Europe, antisemitism is in the air, and we have no idea what to expect in future” These are the words of French journalist Richard Darmon, who spoke with Ohr Torah Stone emissaries in Europe this week. OTS President: “In the very same place where Jewish holy books were burned, we are writing a new …

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Meeting Maimonides and his Censor in Venice

Reviewing the 1402 manuscript of Maimonides’ Mishneh Torah at the Jewish Museum of Venice

Meeting Maimonides and his Censor in Venice Rabbi Kenneth Brander | March 29, 2019 “Here we are at a conference in Venice composing a new song in the same place where Jewish books were burned 451 years ago.” I write this at the conclusion of an energizing three-day conference in Venice, Italy in which nearly 50 …

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