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Is Sex Expert Dr. Ruth Westheimer Jewish?

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Yes, sex expert Dr. Ruth Westheimer is a Jew, a holocaust survivor and a former Israeli Haganah scout and sniper. Wikipedia reports: Westheimer was born Karola Ruth Siegel in Wiesenfeld (near Karlstadt am Main), Germany, the only child of Orthodox Jews Irma (née Hanauer) and Julius Siegel. In January 1939, she was sent to Switzerland […]

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Am I Really Being Honored

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I got an email from the shul last night, informing me that I was to be honored with gelilah for the second Torah on the second day of Rosh Hashanah. Being the cynical conspiracy theorist that I am, I immediately called Harav Eliyahu Fink to ask whether this required me to sit through long periods […]

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City Faces Balancing Act as Hasidic Community Grows

Needing to abide by their traditions of modesty, Hasidic women want the city to post a female lifeguard during a women-only swim session at a municipal pool in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, and have lobbied a local councilman to take up their cause. On another front, Hasidic matzo bakeries, citing ancient Jewish law, have insisted on using […]

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White House Taps New Jewish Liaison

White House Taps New Jewish Liaison

The White House is set to name Matt Nosanchuk, a lawyer who has been prominent in advancing the Obama administration’s gay rights policies, as its new full-time Jewish liaison. JTA learned Wednesday that Nosanchuk will replace Zach Kelly, who has held the job part time since the last full-time liaison to the Jewish community, Jarrod […]

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U.S. Jews Laud Supreme Court Ruling in Favor of Gay Marriage Movement

U.S. Jews Laud Supreme Court Ruling in Favor of Gay Marriage Movement

The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday handed a significant victory to gay rights advocates by recognizing that married gay men and women are eligible for federal benefits, paving the way for same-sex marriage in California. The court, however, fell short of a landmark ruling endorsing a fundamental right for gay people to marry. The American […]

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AllJewishLinks.com Newsletter Issue # 80 – June 12, 2013

AllJewishLinks.com Newsletter Issue # 80 - June 12, 2013

Shoppers have been outraged over the discovery of an Amazon seller’s newest line of baby apparel: Jewish baby bibs. The bibs may be in possible violation of the online giant’s policy prohibiting products that glorify hatred, violence, racial, sexual or religious intolerance. Following the criticism, Amazon pulled several variations of the products. Two years since […]

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AllJewishLinks.com Newsletter Issue # 75 – April 21, 2013

AllJewishLinks.com Newsletter Issue # 75 - April 21, 2013

An Israeli college has established a journalism center named for a Wall Street Journal reporter who was kidnapped and killed in Pakistan. The Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya launched the Daniel Pearl International Journalism Institute. Pearl was on his way to an interview in Pakistan in 2002 when he was abducted and later beheaded. His last words […]

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AllJewishLinks.com Newsletter Issue # 59 – December 5, 2012

AllJewishLinks.com Newsletter Issue # 59 - December 5, 2012

After the successful restoration of the Hurva Synagogue, the Tiferet Yisrael Synagogue will be restored next by the Jerusalem Municipality. The Company for the Reconstruction and Development of the Jewish Quarter in the Old City of Jerusalem Ltd. has undertaken to rebuild the synagogue, which was destroyed by Arabs during the 1948 War of Independence. […]

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The Jewish Value of Voting

The Jewish Value of Voting

I don’t recall “The Jewish Vote” ever being such a widely discussed topic during a presidential election in my lifetime. Not only is there speculation about how American Jews will vote today, but opinion polling of Israelis is making world news as well. A Times of Israel survey of 400 adult Israelis showed they prefer GOP candidate […]

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The Sacred Brit and Other Myths

The Sacred Brit and Other Myths

Here are three cliches about circumcision.First, that it is a sacred covenant between God and the Jewish people. The fact is that whether or not you believe in the biblical narrative of Abraham and his sons, this is hardly a unique Jewish custom. Every day around the world, thousands of babies, young boys and fully […]

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AllJewishLinks.com Newsletter Issue # 38 – July 11, 2012

AllJewishLinks.com Newsletter Issue # 38 - July 11, 2012

The Simon Wiesenthal Center a human rights organization and the only Jewish organization accredited to the UNESCO World Heritage Committee, proposed that  the Argentinian Jewish settlement of Moises Ville for inscription as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Since Moises Ville is a successful example of immigrant absorption. The Tal Law, which was passed in 2002 […]

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Ex-Hasidic Rapper Comes Out of Closet, Receives Support of Orthodox Fans

Ex-Hasidic Rapper Comes Out of Closet, Receives Support of Orthodox Fans

Yitz Jordan, the African American “ex-Hasidic” Jewish rapper known as Y-Love, said he is overwhelmed by the support he has received from fans, especially those in the Orthodox community, since outing himself as a gay man earlier this week. “I fully expected to lose most of my Orthodox fan base,” he wrote in an e-mail […]

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AllJewishLinks.com Newsletter Issue # 15 February 1, 2012

AllJewishLinks.com Newsletter Issue # 15 February 1, 2012

The HBO pilot “All Talk” a show that focuses on a Jewish family living in Washington will star Ben Stiller. The show whose tone is being described as “politically, religiously, culturally, intellectually and sexually irreverent” – is written by “Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close” author Jonathan Safran Foer. A historic prayer service was conducted in […]

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AllJewishLinks.com Newsletter Issue # 12 January 11, 2012

AllJewishLinks.com Newsletter Issue # 12 January 11, 2012

Over 25 members of Congregation Bnei Jacob Shaarei Zion (BJSZ) in Baltimore took part in a week-long chizuk and solidarity mission to Israel lead by the congregation’s rabbi, Rav Moshe Hauer. The group had a full itinerary that included stops in all parts of the country, be it showing solidarity in Sderot, visiting Baltimore’s sister […]

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Reinventing Rituals: June, a month of Pride and same-sex marriages

Reinventing Rituals: June, a month of Pride and same-sex marriages

June is full of irony: not only is June Pride month, but it is also the unofficial start to wedding season. So many are still fighting for equal marriage. As I write this, lawmakers in Albany are struggling to garner enough votes to make same-sex marriage legal in New York state (see resources to get involved at […]

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Purim aint what it used to be

Purim aint what it used to be

I have heard warnings from multiple people never to have sex while on E (ecstasy) because you will never enjoy sex again, I think purim is the same way, ever since leaving yeshiva – Purim hasn’t been the same. For me the quintessential purim experience is the yeshiva kind. Going collecting and than a bunch […]

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History Timeline of Jewish People in America

History Timeline of Jewish People in America

1630 Holland captures Pernambuco, Brazil from the Portuguese and invites Jewish settlement. A significant Jewish community develops in Recife.  (Recife is the 4th largest metropolitan area in Brazil with 4,136,506 inhabitants. 1649 Solomon Franco was a merchant, who was granted a weekly stipend by the Puritan authorities on the condition that he leave on the […]

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Valuing Values

Valuing Values

“[M]oral and religious views form the only basis for a belief that same-sex couples are different from opposite-sex couples,” reads the sentence at the heart of the August decision by U.S. District Court Judge Vaughn Walker declaring Proposition 8, California’s 2008 voter-approved measure banning same-sex marriage unconstitutional. Moral and religious views, Judge Walker is saying, […]

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Is Orthodox Judaism about the sex, the money or both?

Is Orthodox Judaism about the sex, the money or both?

Is Judaism about the sex, the money, or both… Someone once told me that everything was about sex and money, but in my opinion it’s all really about the sex and money andI am going to attempt to prove that it’s all about one or the other, in most cases both. Read More: @ frumsatire.net

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How to Become Tzniut

How to Become Tzniut

Tzniut is a Hebrew term which means modesty and humility. This trait is very important and refers to modesty both in dress and behavior. The Talmud tells us that humility is an important characteristic of Jewish people. Choose your words carefully. Avoid swearing and saying words of sexual context. In Orthodox Judaism, unmarried men and women are forbidden […]

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Spy ring’s ‘femme fatale’

Spy ring's 'femme fatale'

A ring of 11 Russian moles right out of a Cold War spy novel was smashed yesterday — and among those busted was a flame-haired, 007-worthy beauty who flitted from high-profile parties to top-secret meetings around Manhattan. Russian national Anna Chapman — a 28-year-old divorcee with a masters in economics, an online real-estate business, a […]

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Traditional Jewish food given Most Unsexy food award

Traditional Jewish food given Most Unsexy food award

Traditional Jewish food has been given the most unsexy food award at this years Food Network Awards. Judges tried multiple foods from a variety of cultures, ethnicities and religions. “I don’t get it. Why don’t they just make stew, maybe add some color. I don’t want to sound prejudiced, but eating diarrhea is definitely not […]

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I remember when our Young Israel had social dances

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I am so maddened by the shift to the right in orthodoxy. When I was a kid there was none of this crazy separation of the sexes and you didn’t see us having trouble with marriages. Did I ever tell you that I met your father at a dance put on by our local Young […]

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In the Trenches Against Abuse

In the Trenches Against Abuse

Earlier this week, I attended a fundraiser for the Aleinu Family Resource Center, a project of Jewish Family Services in Los Angeles that provides an array of specialized assistance to the Orthodox community. Aleinu provides personal counseling and parental skills education, as might be expected. It also addresses the issues we are less likely to […]

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Tichel Cuties: another Jewish Lady Gaga attempt

Tichel Cuties: another Jewish Lady Gaga attempt

I have never actually seen a Lady Gaga video, but I saw the Glee episode about it. It seems that all I know about the whole Gaga craze is from the Jewish Lady Gaga videos that have been popping up on Youtube. Below is the latest attempt; within 2 days they have received nearly 10,000 views. I […]

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How did keeping shomer negiah become a choice?

How did keeping shomer negiah become a choice?

How did it happen that keeping the laws of shomer negiah became that one thing that many frum people like to brag about picking and choosing. Frum people don’t brag about eating treife, breaking shabbos or torturing their pets, yet when it comes to touching the opposite sex it has become acceptable to be lax […]

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What to do During Yom Kippur

What to do During Yom Kippur

Yom Kippur or the Day of Atonement is a Jewish holiday dedicated to fasting and self-denial. This is when Jews abstain from food, sexual relations and everything that will give them personal pleasure. Yom Kippur is an important day on the Jewish calendar and all Jews devote their day to fasting and prayers. Prepare yourself […]

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Conversion Chronicles: Chaim Potok books are not kosher

Conversion Chronicles: Chaim Potok books are not kosher

Part of my friend’s conversion process requires that a Rabbi from the beis din he is working with to come over and meet with the family and take a look at their house. So he put away all of the sex toys, non-kosher animal blankets and old pictures of their family swimming in mixed beaches […]

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What Married Women Want More Than Sex

What Married Women Want More Than Sex

Two thousand American wives between the ages of 18 and 49 were surveyed about their sex lives by iVillage. The most alarming finding was that 77 percent reported being “somewhat to extremely happy” with their sex life, but 63 percent of them would rather sleep, watch a movie or read than have sex. Read More: […]

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Am I the only one to find sheitles sexy?

Am I the only one to find sheitles sexy?

There are plenty of arguments against sheitles, most of them revolve around sheitles looking better than the persons real hair but, this isn’t about halacha, halacha states that a married woman has to cover her hair – whether or not that hair covering is sexy, has nothing to do with the fact it’s being covered. […]

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