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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Jewcy News

(The following is the text of the address that I delivered at the 26th yahrzeit of Rabbi Meir Dovid Kahane (18 Cheshvan) which was held at the Marriott East Hotel, the site of the Rabbi’s assassination 26 years ago) 

I thank you all for coming tonight to remember the majestic life and legacy of Rabbi Meir Kahane, zt'l. Some of you here are too young to remember that fateful night in which an Islamic terrorist took the life of Rabbi Kahane at this very hotel. For others such as myself, those few frenetic moments that took place just after 9 pm on the evening of November 5th, 1990 are seared into our collective memory banks forever.

In a multitude of ways, it is difficult to believe that 26 years have passed since we were left bereft

Third Annual Shabbat Project, Nov. 11-12, gathers over a million Jews of diverse backgrounds for events to inspire and unite

Following one of the most bitter, divisive and exhausting presidential races in the history of the United States, the Jewish world took a well-deserved collective deep breath this past Shabbat.

The 2016 global Shabbat Project – now in its third year – outdid its predecessors on all fronts, reaching 1,150 cities in 94 countries around the world, and attracting

Mediterranean Eggplant Dip (Babaganoush)

By: Miriam Szokovski

Babaganoush is a Mediterranean eggplant dip, commonly served at Shabbat meals with salads and Middle Eastern dips like hummus, tahini and matbucha. It’s not difficult to make, and you can tweak it to your family’s preferences.

I find that one eggplant yields approximately one cup of babaganoush, so if you’re feeding a crowd, you might want to double the recipe.

Prick the eggplant on all sides and bake at 400° F for about

Cheshvan 17

On this date in 1919, a New York Times headline declared "Einstein Theory Triumphs." Albert Einstein (1879-1955) was a German-born physicist whose theory of relativity revolutionized the scientific approach to time, space, matter, energy and gravity. Einstein claimed that his defining moment came at age five when his father showed him a compass, and young Albert was intrigued by the mysterious, invisible force acting upon it. Einstein succeeded in explaining principles of

I currently attend a college in the U.S., and lately there has been much controversy surrounding “safe spaces,” where students can retreat to avoid the overwhelm caused by triggering words and ideas. Many insist on their importance, while others contend that they hamper dialogue and free speech.

I was wondering, what is the Jewish perspective on safe spaces and the overabundance of political correctness on campuses these days? Should professors and other lecturers not speak about certain