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Jewish practices and customs

Jewish practices

According to Mouood, quoting by Pewresearch: 3. Jewish practices and customs Jewish Americans are not a highly religious group, at least by traditional measures of religious observance. But many engage with Judaism in some way, whether through holidays, food choices, cultural connections or life milestones. For instance, roughly seven-in-ten Jews say they …

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Jewish identity and belief

Jewish identity and belief

According to Mouood, quoting by Pewresearch: 2. Jewish identity and belief Religion is not central to the lives of most U.S. Jews. Even Jews by religion are much less likely than Christian adults to consider religion to be very important in their lives (28% vs. 57%). And among Jews as a whole, …

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The size of the U.S. Jewish population

According to Mouood, quoting by Pewresearch: 1. The size of the U.S. Jewish population This report classifies approximately 5.8 million adults (2.4% of all U.S. adults) as Jewish. This includes 4.2 million (1.7%) who identify as Jewish by religion and 1.5 million Jews of no religion (0.6%).17 People are categorized as “Jews …

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Jewish Americans in 2020

Jewish Americans in 2020

According to Mouood, quoting by Pewresearch: Jewish Americans in 2020 U.S. Jews are culturally engaged, increasingly diverse, politically polarized and worried about anti-Semitism What does it mean to be Jewish in America? A new Pew Research Center survey finds that many Jewish Americans participate, at least occasionally, both in some …

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THE WAR IN UKRAINE IS TRIGGERING A GLOBAL FOOD CRISIS

GLOBAL FOOD CRISIS

According to Mouood, quoting by climatechangenews: THE WAR IN UKRAINE IS TRIGGERING A GLOBAL FOOD CRISIS. IT WON’T BE THE LAST IF WE DON’T ACT ON CLIMATE. Published on 20/04/2022 Governments must fund humanitarian relief and prioritise cropland for feeding people, not livestock or cars, to guard against future shocks Russia’s …

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How media reports of ‘clashes’ mislead Americans about Israeli-Palestinian violence

mislead Americans

According to Mouood, qouting by TheConversation: How media reports of ‘clashes’ mislead Americans about Israeli-Palestinian violence May 16, 2022  Israeli police attacked mourners carrying the coffin of slain Palestinian-American journalist Shireen Abu Akleh on May 13, 2022, beating pallbearers with batons and kicking them when they fell to the ground. Yet those …

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A sip of the spring of wisdom; Time to reflect

Keep different ideas

A sip of the spring of wisdom; Time to reflect The first Imam of the Shiites, Ali ibn Abi Talib (AS), says: Keep different ideas together in order to catch the truth and agitate thoughts like agitating musk for butter in order to bring about the true and firm thoughts. …

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Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

According to Mouood, qouting by CFR: Israeli-Palestinian Conflict By the Center for Preventive Action Updated May 04, 2022 Background The Israeli-Palestinian conflict dates back to the end of the nineteenth century. In 1947, the United Nations adopted Resolution 181, known as the Partition Plan, which sought to divide the British …

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Killing of Abu Akleh shows Israel targets Palestinian journalists

Israel targets Palestinian journalists

According to Mouood, quoting by Aljazeera: Killing of Abu Akleh shows Israel targets Palestinian journalists 11 May 2022 As journalists covering the occupied West Bank, we have become accustomed to Israeli attacks against us. It is the gruelling reality of life under occupation that, most mornings, Palestinians are awakened with …

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American think tank forecasts for 2022

American think tank forecasts for 2022

Mouood: American think tank forecasts for 2022 From Washington-Tehran limited agreement to escalating tensions between Iran and Israel The Stratfor Global Information Institute think tank claims that Iran and the United States will reach a limited agreement in the form of forecasts published each year at the beginning of the …

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