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Sandro Rosell
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Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Jewcy News

In publishing Echoes of the Holocaust, Rabbi Dr. Bernhard Rosenberg of Edison said his aim was to create a book “that would give hope, and not only sadness, to Holocaust survivors.” 

He told NJJN that he hoped the work, a collection of essays, poems, memoirs, and photos from survivors and their children and grandchildren, “would be excellent for use in a class on Holocaust literature at the university level.”

The 681-page book features essays by Rosenberg, rabbi emeritus at Congregation Beth-El in Edison, and testimonials and stories from both well-known figures and New Jersey residents. 

Among them is Abe Schwartzbard of Edison, whose parents and grandparents survived by fleeing across Russian lines from Poland. 

They met in a displaced

Members Explore Important Works of Modern Jewish Literature

Readers around the world will explore together important works of modern Jewish literature through the new Great Jewish Books Book Club, a program of the Yiddish Book Center.

“Modern Jewish literature is a vast treasure house, teeming with intense, strange, surprising, and beautiful stories, written all over the world and throughout the great upheavals of modernity,” said Josh Lambert, academic director at the Yiddish Book Center

As regular readers of the Jewish Voice are aware, this newspaper has undertaken the monumental task of organizing a worldwide boycott of all products and services manufactured or developed in France. For those not in the know, allow us to provide you with essential information. 

Besides the fact that in addition to wine, perfume and designer fashions, France is also known as one of the most anti-Semitic countries in Europe and has been for

If Jews in Muslim-majority countries have shrunk to a miniscule 50,000 souls, nearly all of them in Morocco, Turkey, and Iran, things were once different.

Indeed, until the seventeenth century Mizrahi and Sephardi Jews outnumbered the Jews of Europe. More than that, as Stillman writes in his introduction, it was in the medieval Muslim world that "many aspects of Judaism as a religious civilization were formulated, codified, and disseminated, and this includes the domains of liturgy, law, and

It is a truth universally acknowledged that…we can never get tired of Hanukkah latkes and sufganiyot (the holiday’s deep-fried jelly doughnuts). But there’s no harm in adding some culinary variety to this year’s Festival of Lights. Pastry chef Paula Shoyer offers a doughnut recipe with a twist as well as two alternative recipes that are great for Hanukkah and will satisfy any sweet tooth.

All of the recipes are courtesy of Shoyer’s “The Holiday Kosher Baker” (Sterling Epicure, November