10.01.2015

Shabat Shalom and news October 3rd. 2015
















Editor David Fakheri
سردبیر داوید فاخری
עורך דוד פאחרי


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ESPECIAL NEWS 
Students from Be'er Sheva's Ben-Gurion
 University develop treatment that may
 prevent the harmful effects of 
chemotherapy and radiation.



The team of students from Ben-Gurion University (Photo: Danny Michlis)
The team of students from Ben-Gurion University




Moses with Radiant Face 
1638 painting by José de Ribera




“'The Lord, the Lord, God, merciful and
 gracious, longsuffering, and abundant in 
goodness and truth; keeping mercy to the
 thousandth generation, forgiving iniquity
 and transgression and sin.” (Exodus 34:6–7.)

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Commentaries from Chabad.org (Orthodox)

Commentaries from Aish HaTorah (Orthodox)

Commentaries from the Jewish Reconstructionist 
Federation (Reconstructionist)

Commentaries from My Jewish Learning 
(trans-denominational)

Ha' Rav Kook 
Torah institiute




“'For seven days ... all who belong to the
 people of Israel will live in sukkot 
[thatched huts]’ (Lev. 23:42).
 This teaches that it is fitting for 
all of Israel to sit in one sukkah.”



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The Sabbath evening prayers use
 a peculiar metaphor for peace:
May You spread over us 
a sukkah of Your peace.

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Parents murdered in W. Bank shooting 

Photo: Zaka



Israel-based MediWound signs $112 million contract while Mellanox buys tech firm EZchip for $811 million, seeking to become leader in interconnect solutions.
Mellanox (Photo: Reuters )
Mellanox

Netanyahu's 'Silence Speech' 
Prime minister tells UN General Assembly that since nuclear deal, Iran has only increased support for Hezbollah, Assad and Hamas 
Photo: Reuters


In first known case of Islamic 
State plot in Israel, Shin Bet 
says suspects confessed to
 training in the north in
 preparation for attack

The gun used in the suspect's training. (Photo: Shin Bet)



The gun used in the suspect's training.


BDS should target Saudis 
Op-ed: It's time to give Saudi Arabian authorities an ultimatum: Cease exporting religious extremism or face boycott.
Photo: Reuters



Hundreds of Iranian ground troops said to 

be streaming into Syria, as Russian air
 attacks on rebels continue, reportedly 
bombing CIA-backed group.
Russian attack at Kfar Nebel near Idlib


Russian attack at 
KfNebel near Idli
US-backed naval coalition seizes
 unregistered ship, carrying Iranian
 arms, including advanced anti-tank
 missiles; conflicting reports as to 
the shipments final destination.
The weapons aboard the ship (Photo: AP)
The weapons aboard the ship
New Labour leader faces anger after speech to the Labour 
Friends of Israel; Corbyn has previously referred to Hamas
 and Hezbollah as 'our friends'.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbin (Photo: AFP)

Labour leader Jeremy Corbin


With only one synagogue, no rabbi and two meat fridges 
serving as the 'kosher store,' the major problem facing
Palma de Mallorca's 200 Jews is their aging population. 
Can the island's hidden Jews, who are rediscovering
 their roots, help save this fascinating community?

The 'rabbi of the Bnei Anousim,' Nissan Ben Avraham, with his family tree (Photo: Michael Freund)
The 'rabbi of the Bnei Anousim,' Nissan Ben Avraham, with his family 
Shabbat candles at the only synagogue on the island (Photo: Ayelet Mamo Shay)
Shabbat candles at the only synagogue on the island 
The Palma de Mallorca synagogue (Photo: Ayelet Mamo Shay)
The Palma de Mallorca synagogue 
Karin, Samar and Shadi al-Touri from the
 southern city of Rahat are only nine, 12 and
 15 years old, but are already dreaming of 
becoming the next Roger Federer and Simona
 Halep as representatives of the Israeli Bedouin
 sector.
Shadi, Summer and Karin. Representing an entire sector (Photo: Dana Kopel)
Shadi, Summer and Karin. Representing an entire sector 
The al-Touri children. A sense of mission (Photo: Dana Kopel) Tal-Touri children. A sense of mission 
























Delta adds four weekly flights to Israel
Responding to demand following the termination
 of American Airlines flights to Israel, the Atlanta-
based airline added four weekly flights to its New
 York-Tel Aviv line; airline will now operate a
 total of 11 flights a week between New York and 
Tel Aviv
High-rise buildings in Manhattan (Photo: AFP)
High-rise buildings in Manhattan 






























High-rise buildings in Tel-Aviv









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WE wish you all a very
 nice and peaceful weekend

See You At Simchat-Torah 5776





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