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    to spread the Jewish propaganda and to show the only information which is relevant to the public. Furthermore, they consider that America has become a tool in the hands of the Jews to rebuild the state of Israel and to the enrichment of the Jewish community. They also claim that the whole world is financially dependent from the Jewish nation. All of these statements lead to the fact that Jews are hostile perceived by other nations. The idea of this thesis is to show that the Jewish community largely

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    For the most part, modern Jewish history deals with the political, social and economic advancements achieved by the Ashkenazi communities in Europe, America, and later -- Palestine. Because of it's relatively small size and involvement in the affairs of "civilized" countries of Europe and America, the Sephardi branch of Judaism is rerely dealt with in the context of modern Jewish history. Their developement is however, though not as influential upon the flow of the "mainstream" history as that

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    belong here." Claiming that the Jewish homeland is somewhere else and the Jewish state is somewhere else will only complicate that problem. The Jew’s sense of cultural pride would be his downfall as opposed to most Europeans who are proud of their nationality, culture, and heritage. Sartre's book is a solid description of both anti-Semite and the victim of prejudice Jew. What makes the book as interesting as it is that it written by a non-Jew as well as from a non-Jewish point of view. The problem of

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    Essay On Dual Identity

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    the Jews, because religious Jews always put their Jewish identities before their American identities. Nowadays, however, since America has become a melting pot, as a religious Jew that lives with a dual identity, I conclude that sharing the American culture, while living as an observant Jew is more than possible. In this essay I will argue that the barriers of allegiances, limitations, and culture clashes do not exist between the American and Jewish culture. For anyone that shares... ... middle

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    Canavan disease

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    Canavan disease is a rare neurological autosomal recessive disorder that can only be inherited if both of the parents of the offspring have a certain mutated gene. This mutation makes it so that the enzyme called aspartoacylase, or ASPA for short, is absent in the brain. Aspartoacylase breaks down the compound called N-acetyl-L-aspartic acid (NAA) into materials to make myelin, or white matter. The chances of having a child with Canavan disease would be one out of four, or 25 percent. However,

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    Rich Cohen's Tough Jews add to our understanding of the development of organized crime? This book is regarding the obscure stories of Jewish gangsters, who in the '20s and '30s were in association with the Sicilians and in a lot of ways just as influential. But it's much more than merely a story of organized crime; the writer links the legends and thoughts of Jewish kids growing up amongst those gangsters to the value system of his father plus his friends, and how their attitude regarding "Tough Jews"

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    Jews And Superheroes

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    difficult times. Who was behind the creation of many of these superheroes? Who desperately needed an alter-ego? The American Jewish male; growing up in America Jewish males faced many stereotypes, most of which were concerned with the physical stature and the masculine identity. As we have discussed in class, the majority of the thoughts revolve around the idea that the Jewish male is a frail, somewhat feminine, intellect who in no way fits the description of the rugged all American male that many

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    An American Jew

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    An American Jew In this large city of ours situated on big spinning ball, inside a vast galaxy, and even larger universe. We sometimes tend to leap out into the unkown embracing and fearing life on other planets, when we can not embrace life or learn not to fear life on our own planet. We as a society have formed our own barriers when those placed upon us have been removed. We rarely see mixed neighborhoods outside of large cities. Even in our own borough we can see this; for example Borough Park

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    holocaust

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    Berta and Hugo Moses, which was one of the important Jewish centers. In January 30, 1933, the Nazi’s rose to power. As Ruth got older and older more and more bad things occurred in her homeland. In the nineteenth century Frankfurt was a cultural center of the Jewish Enlightment, it played an important role in commerce, industry, and banking. From 1817 to 1930 the population of Jews rose from 3,300 to 30,000, so this place was one of the largest Jewish centers. After the nazi’s rise to power in 1933 Jews

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    A Bintel Brief

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    they had to fulfill. Many of the Jewish people’s wages were put towards a ship fare, to get their family out of Eastern Europe and into the free America. The majority of the Jews were working in shops all over. Many of the Jews were persecuted. They weren’t allowed to have certain jobs. One instance in the book a mother wrote in for her son, who desperately wanted to be a chemist. The mother was outraged, because many people were saying that they wouldn’t hire a Jewish chemist. A lot of the immigrated

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