White Horse Cafe or Bai Ma Cafe where a lot of Jewish refugees gathered in the 1930s and the 1940s is expected to reappear in Tilanqiao area, Hongkou District in Shanghai, marking the 70th anniversary of the victory of anti-fascist war.

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White Horse Cafe or Bai Ma Cafe where a lot of Jewish refugees gathered in the 1930s and the 1940s is expected to reappear in Tilanqiao area, Hongkou District in Shanghai, marking the 70th anniversary of the victory of anti-fascist war.

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With a degree from the prestigious HEC Paris business school, five years at a global consulting firm, and a three-floor dream apartment in the French capitals 10th arrondissement, Mickael Nadjar had a comfortable and prosperous life in his native France.

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Israel Gains With Emigration of French Jewish Entrepreneurs


With a degree from the prestigious HEC Paris business school, five years at a global consulting firm, and a three-floor dream apartment in the French capitals 10th arrondissement, Mickael Nadjar had a comfortable and prosperous life in his native France.

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Katka, a Catholic-born redhead who left her native Prague to study in Warsaw and, somewhat to her own amazement, fell in love with a young Orthodox Jewish man and converted. Image via JTA On the crumbling wall of a former Polish synagogue, adjacent to a one-time Jewish ritual bath converted into a car wash, a graffiti artist has painted Jews, We Miss You in Polish and German. The message, scrawled on the wall in the Polish town of Dabrowno, is an apt message in contemporary Poland, which has seen a surprising revival of Jewish life in a land that nearly saw its Jewish community eradicated, first by the Holocaust and then under decades of communist rule

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Katka, a Catholic-born redhead who left her native Prague to study in Warsaw and, somewhat to her own amazement, fell in love with a young Orthodox Jewish man and converted.

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Katka, a Catholic-born redhead who left her native Prague to study in Warsaw and, somewhat to her own amazement, fell in love with a young Orthodox Jewish man and converted. Image via JTA On the crumbling wall of a former Polish synagogue, adjacent to a one-time Jewish ritual bath converted into a car wash, a graffiti artist has painted Jews, We Miss You in Polish and German. The message, scrawled on the wall in the Polish town of Dabrowno, is an apt message in contemporary Poland, which has seen a surprising revival of Jewish life in a land that nearly saw its Jewish community eradicated, first by the Holocaust and then under decades of communist rule

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Best Jewish history walking tours in Florence Ask Giovanna Bossi Rosenfeld By: Stephen Tanenbaum

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Dottie Freeman’s name synonymous with Carroll County Farm Museum By Jacob deNobel, Times Staff Writer Story | Dec 30, 2014 For more than 20 years, there has been one name closely associated with the Carroll County Farm Museum, that of Dottie Freeman. This past August, after a 28-year career with the organization, Freeman announced her retirement, leaving behind what her co-..

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Courtesy of Film Society Lincoln Center Delivers an admirably balanced and comprehensive account of its important subject New York Jewish Film Festival Joseph Dorman, Oren Rudavsky The history of the Zionist movement is recounted in exhaustive and sometimes exhausting fashion in Joseph Dorman and Oren Rudavsky’s comprehensive documentary receiving its world premiere at the New York Jewish Film Festival.

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