Jeshurun


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Jeshurun

(jĕshyo͞o`rən), in the Bible, affectionate name for Israel. It is also spelled Jesurun.

Jeshurun

citizens abandon God; give themselves up to luxury. [O.T.: Deuteronomy 32:15]
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Israel Goldstein, rabbi of Congregation B'nai Jeshurun in New York, and head of the Zionist Organization of America and later of the American Jewish Congress.
(22) For example, Johan Saravanamuttu, Malaysia's Foreign Policy: The First Fifty Years: Alignment, Neutralism, Islamism (Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2010); Chandran Jeshurun, Malaysia: Fifty Years of Diplomacy, 1957-2007 (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: The Other Press, 2007).
Serving New Yorkers of all faiths and ethnicities, The New Jewish Home was founded as the B'nai Jeshurun Ladies Benevolent Society for the Relief of Indigent Females in 1848.
JOSE ROLANDO MATALON IS THE ARGENTINIAN-BORN SENIOR RABBI OF B'NAI JESHURUN IN NEW YORK CITY.
Contrary to various reviews and blog posts that took the filmmakers' assimilation or deracination for granted, Riv-Ellen Prell's "A Serious Man in Situ: 'Fear and Loathing in St Louis Park," AJS Review 35.2 (November, 2011), 365-376, provides a full accounting of the Coens' Jewish upbringing, including their time spent in Talmud Torah and their family's affiliation with the Conservative synagogue Adath Jeshurun.
The letter, sent Wednesday to the Congregation Kehilath Jeshurun, which Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump are a part of, was signed by Rabbi Chaim Steinmetz, Rabbi Elie Weinstock, and Rabbi Emeritus Haskel Lookstein, who oversaw the first daughter's transition.
In New York City, Rabbi Morris Jacob Raphall took to his pulpit at Congregation B'nai Jeshurun. The Orthodox rabbi declared in no uncertain terms that he was "no friend to slavery in the abstract" and even less "to the practical working of slavery", but the purpose of his sermon was not to expound on his personal feelings and opinions, but "to propound to you the word of G-d, the Bible view of slavery."
Throughout the 1880s, for example, Jews belonging to an immigrant congregation like lower Manhattan's Kahal Adath Jeshurun Anshei Lubitz on Eldridge Street regularly divided funeral expenses among outside workers like carriage drivers or gravediggers and an internal burial committee.
He received the "Brotherhood Award" from and addressed the Congregation of B'nai Jeshurun on the Upper West Side of New York.
(5) Later, at the end of Deuteronomy, when Moses bids farewell to the people and blesses them, he says of God, Then He became King in Jeshurun (Deut.
Congregants of Temple Beth El of Santa Cruz, Calif.; Tzedakah Hevra at Congregation Beth El in Sudbury, Mass.; Congregation Emanu-El B'ne Jeshurun in Wisconsin; Kehila Chadasha of Bethesda, Md.; Rodeph Shalom in Philadelphia; Temple Beth Avodah of Newton Center, Mass.; Temple Shalom of Newton, Mass.; Congregation Emanu-El in San Francisco; and Temple Israel in White Plains, N.Y..