The holiday shopping season is in full effect. Hanukkah begins the evening of Sunday, December 6 this year, which means if you’re shopping for Hanukkah observers you have about three weeks fewer to shop for gifts.Since we’re knee deep in …

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One might think that rabbinical students spend much of their days sitting in the beit midrash arguing over sections of the Talmud containing the debates of the medieval sages. That’s only partially correct. When I was in rabbinical school, I …

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Refugee Nation Launches Largest Crowdfunding Campaign in History to Raise $3 Billion and Solve Global Humanitarian Crisis Donations collected from fundraising will be used to Establish a New Country by the Year 2020 San Francisco, CA – October 15, 2015 …

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From Forbes.com This Synagogue Is Breaking Away From A 2,000 Year Old Model And Solving Judaism’s Biggest Problem By Alyson Krueger Last summer Rabbi Dovi Scheiner and his wife Esty realized they had a problem. Over the past decade they …

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David Shamah of Times of Israel reports that Amazon.com plans to expand its operations in Israel. In his Start-Up Israel newsletter, he explains what this means: In just a year and a half, Amazon has gone from simply supplying Israeli companies …

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Originally Posted in the Forward by Nathaniel Popper This article is excerpted and adapted from “Digital Gold: Bitcoin and the Inside Story of the Misfits and Millionaires Trying to Reinvent Money” by Nathaniel Popper. Charlie Shrem sits in prison in …

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Arab hackers known as Desert Falcons have stolen over 1 million files in 50 countries. It’s possible that this hacking groups could be government-backed. According to the Times of Israel website and David Shamah, Desert Falcons, which “distinguish themselves from the Gaza …

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Apple CEO Tim Cook will inaugurate Apple Israel’s new headquarters. During Tim Cook’s visit to Israel next week, Cook will meet with former President Shimon Peres and senior figures in the nation’s high-tech industry, the Israeli business daily Globes reported Thursday, …

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Want to comment on a Tablet Magazine article? From now on, you’ll have to pay money to do that. Will that work? I don’t think it will, but I’m not going to pay money to tell them that! Now, if …

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David Shamah in The Times of Israel writes about twenty Israeli firms with ideas for fans, athletes, broadcasters and trainers will participate in Future Sport 2015: Last week, some of the biggest names in British sports joined together to choose 20 …

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