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Of Tortoises and Other Jews By Hannah Yakin
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"Of Tortoises and other Jews" is the story of Hannah Yakin's childhood in Holland during the Second World War. Being the daughter of a Jewish mother and a non-Jewish father Hannah has to... More > make sense of many unexpected and unexplained situations. Hannah and Abraham Yakin live in Jerusalem, Israel. They have eight children, many grandchildren and a growing number of great-grandchildren. Their colorful website,does not only represent their own art but also that of their talented offspring.< Less
Motherland: Notes of a Persecuted Director: A Memoir about Jewish Life in the Soviet Union By Natan Gimelfarb
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This autobiography walks you through the life of Natan Gimelfarb from birth at a small Jewish village in Ukraine to unusual career success to Soviet persecution triggered by antisemitism to eventual... More > emigration to the United States. You get a unique insight into Russian and Jewish life as you step through childhood, the Great Famine, the Great Purge, World War II, university years, work and family life, and everyday joys and challenges. Part I covers Natan's life through hunger and war until graduation from the university. Part II covers his career and fight with Soviet authorities.< Less
Motherland: Notes of a Persecuted Director: A Memoir about Jewish Life in the Soviet Union By Natan Gimelfarb
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This autobiography walks you through the life of Natan Gimelfarb from birth at a small Jewish village in Ukraine to unusual career success to Soviet persecution triggered by antisemitism to eventual... More > emigration to the United States. You get a unique insight into Russian and Jewish life as you step through childhood, the Great Famine, the Great Purge, World War II, university years, work and family life, and everyday joys and challenges. Part I covers Natan's life through hunger and war until graduation from the university. Part II covers his career and fight with Soviet authorities.< Less
Student By Veniamin Anisovets
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The goal of this thesis is to investigate whether or not the Hymns on the Unleavened Bread of Ephraim the Syrian and John Chrysostom’s First Homily Against the Jews had any anti-Semitic... More > influence on the Syriac and Russian Orthodox Churches. Chapter 1 includes the following: background and statement of problem, thesis statement, purpose of the research, definition of terms, and whether or not the New Testament is anti-Semitic. Chapter 2 deals with the historical setting of the fourth century AD, and exegesis of the writings of Ephraim the Syrian and John Chrysostom. Chapter 3 concludes with answering the question of whether any influence from Ephraim and Chrysostom is positive or negative in the Hymns of the Unleavened Bread and First Homily Against the Jews.< Less
The Livingstone Presumption By Mike Sivier
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Vox Political's Mike Sivier examines the evidence in this dissection of Labour's anti-Semitism row - and comes to a shocking conclusion.
The Livingstone Presumption By Mike Sivier
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Vox Political's Mike Sivier examines the evidence in this dissection of Labour's anti-Semitism row - and comes to a shocking conclusion.
AVGVSTA By Klaudio Zic
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I.Nomads settle on the outskirts from which they randomly plunder pick-pocketing city boroughs. II.They somehow manage to obtain status that protects them from eviction – that is, in... More > post-feudal times there are in fact laws that protect outlaws: nomads have just invaded and secured their basic turf through your own laws on your own land. III.Such laws were in fact made by expert co-nomads who now do hold sway in local governments by not exposing themselves too much. Such laws seem plausible and humane but were in fact meant at destruction of civilization by any nomadic influx as convenient. IV.Convenient to whom? Ex nomads are expert in producing and perusing new – thus inexperienced – nomads: they even preemptively furnish them with similar killall laws along with copycat savage gods who demand blood. But it is not gods, of course, it is economy. Why build and cherish when you can steal one's own millennial culture overnight even in proclaiming it your own?< Less
The Trombone Man: Tales of a Misogynist By Ron J. Hutter
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Dr. Peter Kraus is a forty-something behavioral scientist who is known for his quirky innovative ideas, charming bookish manner and love for music, especially the sound of the trombone. Sadly, though... More > courteous and engaging, as well as being a good and considerate lover, he has never been successful with women. While women adore him, his dates usually end in disaster. Nonetheless, Dr. Kraus makes it no secret that he loves the company of women-in carefully measured doses. Following a particularly bad date with his on-and-off girlfriend, Bev, Peter consults his psychoanalyst, Dr. Maxine Feinschmecker, who is the only one who knows about his James Bond fantasies and unresolved oedipal issues. His sessions with Dr. Feinschmecker reveal that he is a misogynist. The Trombone Man shares the story of one man’s zany adventure through an outlandish world where political correctness and populism take on new meanings, but that may end up being more normal than he ever imagined.< Less
The Trombone Man: Tales of a Misogynist By Ron J. Hutter
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Dr. Peter Kraus is a forty-something behavioral scientist who is known for his quirky innovative ideas, charming bookish manner and love for music, especially the sound of the trombone. Sadly, though... More > courteous and engaging, as well as being a good and considerate lover, he has never been successful with women. While women adore him, his dates usually end in disaster. Nonetheless, Dr. Kraus makes it no secret that he loves the company of women-in carefully measured doses. Following a particularly bad date with his on-and-off girlfriend, Bev, Peter consults his psychoanalyst, Dr. Maxine Feinschmecker, who is the only one who knows about his James Bond fantasies and unresolved oedipal issues. His sessions with Dr. Feinschmecker reveal that he is a misogynist. The Trombone Man shares the story of one man’s zany adventure through an outlandish world where political correctness and populism take on new meanings, but that may end up being more normal than he ever imagined.< Less
Berkeley Journal of Religion and Theology, Vol. 4, No. 2 By BJRT GTU
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Berkeley Journal of Religion and Theology, Vol. 4, No. 2. This is a regular issue featuring: - PLTS 2018 Luther Lecture - Articles by Shea Watts, Anthony Jermaine Ross-Allam, Kai Moore LeFranc,... More > Jaesung Ryu, and Laura M. Dunn - Two book reviews.< Less

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