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Dear Jew in the City- What language do Orthodox Jews speak? Sincerely, Madison Dear Madison- Thanks for your question but it’s a little like asking what language Catholics speak. (I doubt very much you’d expect all Catholics to speak Latin!)  Hebrew is the traditional language of the Jewish people – […]
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“Why Do Orthodox Jews Carry Plastic Bags” is one of the top questions trending on Google now, which is pretty weird, since that’s not the sort of thing I think we, Orthodox Jews, do a lot of. At the same time, this is not the first time this question has […]
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David Baddiel’s book, Jews Don’t Count, sets up the argument that Jews are never given the same consideration as other minorities or ethnicities. But secular Jews don’t acknowledge that the majority of this prejudice is towards Orthodox Jews, who experience more attacks, both verbal and physical, than any other Jews. […]
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I didn’t know any Orthodox Jews growing up, but I hated them. I heard bad things about them from my father and friends, watched the news, and consumed media. I’d see them when my family took trips to New York City and felt both ashamed by them and sad for […]
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If you’re up in arms about the SNL joke that aired this past weekend, claiming that Israel only vaccinates Jews against Covid, be prepared for more outrage. NBC has another apology (and hopefully further education of its writers) to make. In its new show “Nurses,” (episode 8, which aired a […]
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Elisheva Liss, is a licensed psychotherapist whose training is in marriage and family therapy. You can find her writing andhttps://www.elishevaliss.com The post A Conversation On Orthodox Jewish Marriage And Intimacy With LMFT Elisheva Liss appeared first on Jew In The City.
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As a professional recruiter, the COVID pandemic brought Dovi Halpern’s career to a total standstill. No one was hiring, he recalls. “People thought the world would end tomorrow. I was sitting around with no work to do.” And at that early stage in the pandemic, he also had no shul […]
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As a professional recruiter, the COVID pandemic brought Dovi Halpern’s career to a total standstill. No one was hiring, he recalls. “People thought the world would end tomorrow. I was sitting around with no work to do.” And at that early stage in the pandemic, he also had no shul […]
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You’ve seen Orthodox Jews flouting social distancing on the news. You’ve watched videos of some of them burning masks on the street. Much anger and resentment has been directed towards religious Jews during the pandemic, and for people willfully ignoring social distancing guidelines (this includes people from all walks of […]
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I was turning the pages of a popular Jewish periodical when I got to the book review section. I inhaled deeply and thought, here we go again. The review focused on a new memoir about the author’s rejection of his Jewish religious upbringing, and how he found happiness at last […]
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