TAMMUZ 13 1523 First printed Sefer HaChinuch – still given as a Bar Mitzva gift. 1836 President James Madison dies 1941 Jew yellow badge required in Baltic States 1942 40,000 Russian Jews are trapped 1949 7.5 earthquake Tajikistan July 10. … Continue reading What Happens on Tammuz 13
CLASHES between Islam’s two big sects, the Sunni and the Shia, take place across the Muslim world. In the Middle East a potent mix of religion and politics has sharpened the divide between Iran’s Shia government and the Gulf states, … Continue reading What is the difference between Sunni and Shia Muslims?
“While the brave Iranian women protested against hijab laws, Western feminists celebrated hijab”. — Rita Panahi, Herald Sun, Australia. Instead of a celebration of Islamist discrimination against women, the West should promote a #MeToo in the mosque, the — Read … Continue reading #MeToo in the Mosque
Tonight is Sivan 6 celebrating Shavuot..the giving of The Torah by Moses and The Comforter at Pentecost. Zechariah: It is a time that IS commanded by The L-ord to come together. Why do men take what is good and turn … Continue reading Ramadan: “A Month of Great Conquests”
Ramadan on ‘Day of Remission’ 29 ELUL last day of 7-Yr Shemittah cycle Year … Continue reading Day of Remission * Ramadan