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Brief facts about Ghadir Event

facts about Ghadir Event

According to Mouood, quoting by Erfan.ir: Brief facts about Ghadir Event Ghadir literary means small lake or pond. Ghadir is the name of a place that comes on the way from Makkah to Medina. It is 3 miles further than Johfa towards Medina. There existed a small pond at this …

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U.S. Jews’ political views

U.S. Jews political views

According to Mouood, quoting by pewresearch: 8. U.S. Jews political views Pew Research Center surveys, including the 2020 study, show that Jews are among the most consistently liberal and Democratic groups in the U.S. population. Seven-in-ten Jewish adults identify with or lean toward the Democratic Party, and half describe their …

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U.S. Jews’ connections with and attitudes toward Israel

attitudes toward Israel

According to Mouood, quoting by pewresearch: 7. U.S. Jews’ connections with and attitudes toward Israel Eight-in-ten U.S. Jews say caring about Israel is an essential or important part of what being Jewish means to them. Nearly six-in-ten say they personally feel an emotional attachment to Israel, and a similar share …

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Have the people of Lot returned from the heart of history?

people of Lot returned

Have the people of Lot returned from the heart of history? Lot’s people angered and avenged God for exposing the sin of sodomy and ignoring Lot’s warnings. Now, after thousands of years, we see that those people have risen from the heart of history again and from time to time …

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Anti-Semitism and Jewish views on discrimination

Anti-Semitism and Jewish views

According to Mouood, quoting by Pewresearch: 6. Anti-Semitism and Jewish views on discrimination Jewish Americans generally perceive a rise in anti-Semitism. More than nine-in-ten U.S. Jews surveyed say there is at least some anti-Semitism in America, and three-quarters say there is more anti-Semitism in the U.S. today than there was five years …

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Jewish community and connectedness

Jewish community and connectedness

According to Mouood, quoting by Pewresearch: 5. Jewish community and connectedness CORRECTION (May 20, 2021): Due to a typographical error, a previous version of the table “About half of U.S. Jews feel ‘a great deal’ of belonging to the Jewish people” misstated the percentage of Conservative Jews who feel some sense of …

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Report on the deterrent effect of Iranian missiles

Report on the deterrent effect of Iranian missiles

Articles: Iran’s missile maneuver in Ain al-Assad / Report on the deterrent effect of Iranian missiles The missile strike on Ain al-Assad showed that if the power for Americans has the consequences of totalitarianism, Iran’s missiles are ready to prevent those complications. Fars News Agency Political Group – In the …

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Racism of ‘Jerusalem Day’ march is Israeli mainstream: Analysts

‘Jerusalem Day’

According to Mouood, quoting by Aljazeera: Racism of ‘Jerusalem Day’ march is Israeli mainstream: Analysts Sunday’s march saw thousands of Israelis march through the Old City, attacking a number of Palestinians. By Linah Alsaafin Published On 1 Jun 2022 1 Jun 2022 For Palestinian residents, Sunday’s far-right “Jerusalem Day” flag …

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Marriage, families and children

Mariage, families and children

According to Mouood, quoting by Pewresearch: 4. Marriage, families and children About two-thirds of U.S. Jewish adults are either married (59%) or living with a partner (7%). Among those who are married, many have spouses who are not Jewish. Fully 42% of all currently married Jewish respondents indicate they have a non-Jewish …

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A sip of the spring of wisdom; Time to reflect

Seek knowledge

A sip of the spring of wisdom; Time to reflect The sixth Imam of the Shiites, Jafar Sadeq (AS), says: Seek knowledge and adorn it with patience and respect; moreover, be humble towards the one who is taught by you. Kafi, Volume 1, Page 36 see more

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