Mishmash

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July 11, 2013

Abraham H. Foxman and Christopher Wolf Palgrave Macmillan, 2013 It is rather dismaying to read this book’s first hundred or so pages. The authors painstakingly describe the types of bigotry and hate speech that are spreading online and discuss the legal and practical roadblocks in preventing the dissemination of such messages. Even defining hate speech CONTINUE »

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BY Baltimore Jewish Times
July 11, 2013

Friends of the IDF (FIDF) Washington, D.C., chapter recently adopted the Israeli navy’s elite Shayetet 3 and Daburim patrol squadrons as part of the FIDF Adopt a Brigade Program. The adoption is a three-year commitment. The Adopt a Brigade Program allows supporters to truly become one with the soldiers and go beyond donating money. Adopt CONTINUE »

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July 3, 2013

Brian Reynolds:  Braxton Eric Nislow:  Huckleberry Finn Meredith Leary:  Shane and Emily Want to place an order online? Visit www.goldbergsbagels.net now.CONTINUE »

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BY Jill Markowitz
July 3, 2013

By Brian Meltzer Grand Central Publishing 2013; 448 pages The Fifth Assassin started off with a bang, literally. I was intrigued and could not wait to keep reading. However, that enthusiasm quickly diminished. The chapters were really short, generally two to four pages, which I typically like. However, every chapter jumped to a different time CONTINUE »

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BY The Associated: Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore
July 3, 2013

When it comes to medical accomplishments, Israel places near the top, according to a World Health Organization study. In its 65 years, this tiny country has developed cutting-edge technologies that have changed how doctors discover and treat diseases. Today, physicians in 60 countries are using PillCam, a miniature camera in a pill, to visualize digestive CONTINUE »