400 NEW OLIM ARRIVE THIS
WEEK FROM UKRAINE, THANKS TO WORLD’S CHRISTIANS
TEL-AVIV -- Four hundred new immigrants from Ukraine are arriving today and tomorrow at Ben-Gurion Airport on two special flights organized by the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews (“The Fellowship”), part of a surge of more than 1,000 immigrants from eight countries who have moved to Israel this summer with the organization.
FEINGOLDS DEDICATE NEW SYNAGOGUE & SEFER TORAH TO IDF
High Holiday gifts
MISHMAR HANEGEV, Israel – The soldiers of the Amirim Battalion at Mishmar HaNegev, an Israel Defense Forces (IDF) base in southern Israel, can now pray and celebrate the upcoming High Holidays in a new synagogue, complete with a Sefer Torah scroll, and beautiful outdoor garden, thanks to Friends of the Israel Defense Forces (FIDF) supporters Dr. Jeffrey and Barbara Feingold of Delray Beach, Florida.
ASK THE RABBI
Rosh HaShanah prelude
THE AKEDAH CAST – DO THEY REALLY HAVE A SAY?
By DR. RABBI RAYMOND APPLE
On the second day of Rosh HaShanah the centrepiece of the Torah reading is "Akedat Yitzchak", the Binding of Isaac. The story has three characters, not just one… not just Abraham, but Isaac and G[-]d too, and we wonder whether any of them has any real say in the unfolding events.
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23-29 Elul, 5778 Sept. 3-9, 2018 -- THE JEWISH OBSERVER, LOS ANGELES -- 610th Web Ed.
Every Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, there are those who are unable to attend a synagogue service in person. Some are ill and are unable to travel. Some, due to age, are homebound. And some who live outside of urban centers have no easy access to a synagogue.