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Jewish

1. of, relating to, or characteristic of Jews
2. a less common word for Yiddish
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Taubman was asked at last year's Passover-timed festival to develop an event as a fundraiser for humanitarian projects implemented by Encino-based Jewish World Watch.
The second major critique leveled by Ochs and Cartwright against Yoder concerns what they view as his failure to take seriously the "burden" of Jewish responsibility for the land of Israel.
Klapper examines girls' lives during a time of rapid change in the United States and among American Jewish communities, change marked in part by immigration and urbanization.
Likewise Maryland-based choreographer Liz Lerman says she has "an ongoing internal struggle with any idea of God," but has made several pieces with Jewish themes.
Shahak and Mezvinsky's updated new edition of "Jewish Fundamentalism" unveils more than the nature and political sway of Jewish fundamentalism in Israel; it reveals unacknowledged, and largely unknown outside Israel, properties of such phenomenon that have become an integral force in the Israeli state and, by implication, Israeli society.
Alan Levenson's anthology Thinkers: An Introduction To Modern Jewish Thinkers (0742546071 $24.
American Jewish groups are concerned about the growing political power of the Religious Right--and are organizing to counter it.
A highlight of the last months of this Pope's life was the January 18, 2005, papal audience with a large group of Jewish leaders.
Is there a definable Jewish identity in contemporary architecture?
And yet, he sits in a chair in his synagogue and gives a searing criticism of the mainstream Jewish community's approach to people of color.
As outsiders in other countries, Jewish people often faced persecution.
On that occasion church leaders repudiated the notion of Jewish guilt for the crucifixion.