This Week's Links

By | Apr 23, 2010
History, Latest, topics

By Michelle Albert

  • Four car bombs exploded in front of Shiite mosques in Baghdad this morning, killing 39 people and wounding 54.
  • The Rabbinical Council of America is meeting this Sunday to discuss the possibility of female leadership in Orthodox synagogues. This comes a few months after a woman was almost ordained as a rabbi by one of the RCA’s members.
  • The XX Factor reviews Sarah Silverman’s new book, The Bedwetter.
  • England’s Prime Minister, Gordon Brown, answers questions about dealing with anti-Semitism on university campuses, Israeli use of British passports in Dubai and how he feels about being the first British Prime Minister to address the Knesset.
  • Berlin’s Free University has launched an Internet database documenting more than 20,000 works of art deemed “degenerate” by the Nazis and removed from German museums in 1937.
  • In honor of Israel’s 62nd birthday, the Israeli army marched in a formation resembling Zionist founder Theodor Herzl’s head.

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