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The Internet Jewish History Sourcebook
Museum of Tolerance Multimedia Learning Centre
Jewish Education Bureau (Rabbi Douglas Charing) – providing interfaith educational materials http://jewisheducationbureau.co.uk/index.htm
Jewish Ideas Daily
Guardian Weblog Special on Israel and
Memri - The Middle East Media Research
Gesher's Great Divide - issues which
divide the Jewish people in Israel
Dhimmitude (information about the Jews
under Islamic rule)
Auschwitz.dk – a Holocaust education
Ha’aretz – a left-wing Israeli newspaper
on-line in English. Current events as they happen, high quality
editorial and political commentary, literary and arts features, and a
digest of world Jewish news.
Israel Truth Online
The Abraham Fund
The Abraham Fund is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to promoting coexistence between the Jewish and Arab citizens of Israel. Through advocacy and awareness campaigns, and by sponsoring coexistence projects, The Abraham Fund fosters increased dialogue, tolerance and understanding between Arabs and Jews. A pioneer in this work, The Abraham Fund serves as a central resource for coexistence professionals worldwide.
Marsha B. Cohen's Jewish Personal
This website features links to a wide variety of links and resources for "Jewish Personal Training"--acquiring knowledge and skills for everyday Jewish living and personal growth--including classical text study; Jewish observance; Jewish news; Jewish music and film; kosher and Passover recipes; Jewish calendar, candlelighting times, a handy English/Hebrew and vice versa date converter; skills such as layning (Torah chanting) and baking challah; Hebrew and Yiddish resources, and much more. Also contains links to Marsha B. Cohen's various other web pages.
Writing an Ethical Will
Anna Olswanger offers lectures and multi-session workshops on creating an Ethical Will, a document long in use in Jewish history whose aim is to bequeath a spiritual legacy or heritage of values. The presentations appeal to professionals of all religious backgrounds who are looking for the chance to write personal essays, reminiscences, or musings, and who want to express in an Ethical Will what they have learned in life.
The Josephus Desktop
Site devoted to the life and writings of the ancient Jewish author Flavius Josephus: Including general Second Temple Period history.
Har Karkom: Mount Sinai rediscovered
What is the true story behind the biblical narration of Exodus? Where is Mount Sinai? This e-book presents new archaeological evidence unearthed by Italian Archaeologist Emmanuel Anati at Har Karkom.
The Israel Movement for Progressive Judaism (IMPJ) is Israel’s liberal Jewish religious movement, and a constituent member of the World Union of Progressive Judaism. Progressive Judaism (also known as Reform or Liberal Judaism) emerged in nineteenth century Europe and is now the largest Jewish religious movement in the world, with almost two million members in 43 countries around the globe. The World Union for Progressive Judaism also includes the Reconstructionist movement, a distinct stream of Judaism.
Haruth Communications Jewish History Page
A Vast Resource on Jewish History
Tradition Of Kindness
(Description by website author) My wife, Shoshana, was murdered by a suicide bomber. She was one of over 100 victims that were killed or injured on August 9, 2001 at the Sbarro restaurant in Jerusalem. In response to this tragedy, I formed "A Tradition of Kindness." Join our Jewish activists in Brazil, Germany, Mexico, Italy, Korea, England, Israel, Australia, South Africa, the United States, Canada and other countries. Help us to show people of all religions that Jewish kindness is demonstrated daily in every country, every city, and every town. This kindness forms the basis of the Jewish religion. Indeed, Jewish kindness is in the heart of every Jew.
Neve Shalom~Wahat al-Salam
A village in Israel established jointly by Jews and Palestinian Arabs of Israeli citizenship and engaged in educational work for peace, equality and understanding between the two peoples
Shamash Home Page
The Jewish Culture and the
Yiddish Language - a resource page from USA People Search
Orthodox Jewish website - free subscriptions to Jewish Times magazine, back issues on-line, Jewish religion, philosophy, forums and resources
Official homepage for worldwide Chabad-Lubavitch movement that promotes Judaism and provides daily Torah lectures and Jewish insights.
JEWCY is a smart and fun curated platform for ideas that matter to young Jews today, including Culture, Social Justice, and Jewish Food.
Jewish Music - Wikipedia Page
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