Rosh Hashanah infographic from Aish.com.  Rosh Hashanah is the Jewish New Year, the birthday of mankind, when we as the Almighty to write us in the Book of Life.

Rosh Hashanah infographic from Aish.com. Rosh Hashanah is the Jewish New Year, the birthday of mankind, when we as the Almighty to write us in the Book of Life.

It Begins – Thought Control: Maryland Teacher suspended and ordered to undergo mental evaluation for fictional novel about school shooting |...

It Begins – Thought Control: Maryland Teacher suspended and ordered to undergo mental evaluation for fictional novel about school shooting |...

The Shoes on the Danube Promenade, Budapest, Hungary.  A tribute to Jews murdered in the Second World War.

The Shoes on the Danube Promenade, Budapest, Hungary. A tribute to Jews murdered in the Second World War.

Jewish worshippers draped in prayer shawls perform the annual Cohanim prayer (priest's blessing) during Sukkot, or the feast of the Tabernacles, holiday at the Western Wall in the old city of Jerusalem on September 30, 2015

New Sheriff in Town: How Russia Has Yet Again Outpaced US in Middle East

Jewish worshippers draped in prayer shawls perform the annual Cohanim prayer (priest's blessing) during Sukkot, or the feast of the Tabernacles, holiday at the Western Wall in the old city of Jerusalem on September 30, 2015

Website for kids about Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, in Judaism, celebrated from sundown on September 3 until sundown on September 4, 2014.

Website for kids about Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, in Judaism, celebrated from sundown on September 3 until sundown on September 4, 2014.

This hearty winter braise is inspired by two of the most beloved dishes my safta (grandmother in Hebrew) used to make: kubbe — miniature meat-filled semolina dumplings simmered in a vegetable or meat stew — and long-cooked green beans, variously known as loubia or fasoulia

Braised Beef with Semolina Dumplings

This hearty winter braise is inspired by two of the most beloved dishes my safta (grandmother in Hebrew) used to make: kubbe — miniature meat-filled semolina dumplings simmered in a vegetable or meat stew — and long-cooked green beans, variously known as loubia or fasoulia

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