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Muhammad (PBUH) in Judaism, Christian and Hinduism Scriptures – Dr. Zakir Naik

Muhammad in Judaism, Christian and Hinduism Scriptures Dr. Zakir Naik In Dubai..SEE MORE Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) in Hindu scriptures http://www.irf.net/index…
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How Orthodox Judaism Led This Woman Into Sex Work

In “Cut Me Loose: Sin and Salvation After My Ultra-Orthodox Girlhood,” Leah Vincent shares her story of leaving Orthodox Judaism and experimenting recklessly…
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Conservative Judaism: Observations and Expectations

Chancellor Arnold M. Eisen of The Jewish Theological Seminary (JTS) speaks to JTS graduate Rabbi Ayelet S. Cohen (RS ’02), director of the Center for Jewish …
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Secular Jewish Israelis: How connected are you to Judaism?

http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLA66B966BE0047599 http://www.wix.com/coreygilshuster/understandconflict Want to know what Israelis and Palestinians in …
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Judaism and Science

The wOndering Jew answers two of his subscribers questions in the first episode of “It Makes Me Wonder. Submit your questions to the wOndering Jew and it may…

The Debate – Christianity VS. Judaism Part 1

The infamous debate between Rabbi Yosef Mizrachi and a paster from manhattan, simply riveting. Part One.
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Perm Branch of the Society for the Promotion of Culture among the Jews of Russia. Library-reading room. This learned society was originally founded in Saint Petersburg in 1863 by prominent and wealthy Russian Jews, with Joseph Yohel Günzburg as its most well-known co-founder and president . It attempted to educate and acculturate the Jews of Russia by providing assistance to Jewish students at Russian universities, encouraging publication and authorship of books relating to Judaism, and helping Jewish libraries, among other projects. It started out with weak membership, but interest in it grew among Jews after the pogroms of the 1880s. Branches were founded across the Russian Empire, with the most important in Moscow, Riga, Kiev, and especially Odessa. The organization was forced to close in 1929 due to the Soviet policy of closing independent political and cultural organizations. This branch was located in Perm, Russia, a large city outside the Pale of Settlement near the Ural Mountains that had a community of around 1,000 Jews in the early 20th century, which is also most likely the time of this stamp’s production.

This book stamp is from a book looted by the Nazis and sorted by Colonel Seymour Pomrenze, one of “the Monuments Men,” at the Offenbach Archival Depot.

There are two scrapbooks of archival markings from the books sorted at the Offenbach Depot in the Seymour Pomrenze Collection held by the American Jewish Historical Society (Call number P-933) There is a finding aid for the collection here The digitized scrapbooks are available here and here.

For more information on this project check the Center’s blog: 16thstreet.tumblr.com/tagged/Offenbach-Depot

Dr. Mitch Fraas, Acting Director of the Digital Humanities Forum at the University of Pennsylvania Libraries’ Special Collections Center is working on a similar project for the German book stamps based on NARA microfilm of the volumes the American Jewish Historical Society currently holds. See viewshare.org/views/mfraas/offenbach-bookplates/

The Center for Jewish History would like to acknowledge the following: The American Jewish Historical Society, who graciously allowed the use of their archival materials and digital content; Mitch Fraas, Acting Director of the Digital Humanities Forum at the University of Pennsylvania Libraries’ Special Collections Center, for his data and technical assistance in this project; David Rosenberg, Reference Services Research Coordinator, and Melanie Meyers, Senior Reference Services Librarian for Special Collections, for managing and creating the digital map; and Reference Services Intern Ilya Slavutskiy for his work on translating and mapping.

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Jews + Christians + others, an interesting question?

Jews + Christians + others, an interesting question?
Answer only if ur comfortable answering. thanks

What would u do if Doomsday came and the true God was Allah and he said that Muslims were right, and said he would punish those that tortured muslims?

Please do not say stupid stuff, and ans like a mature person

lets say something like that happens and God says that what would u say to God, n what would u do?

I mean out of all of the religions one of them is right, and if doomsday comes then One will be right and the rest will be told that they were wrong.

Please make sure ur answer makes sence before u hit submit button, and include ur religion (if you have one)

OMG. lol, I know u havent’ tortured muslims, lol, but the fact that there are 1.5 million of them killed in Iraq and the number of the widows alone is 1.5 million in Afghan,
i think we in U.S. should have done something about it.

n I know we don’t get the true news about whats going on.

About God forgiving, Here are the reasons U can take advantage of to the first answerer

*It says in Quran that a person with faith as little as an atom in heart will be able to go to Heaven

* A person who has seen good and didn’t try to stop that good thing from happening

* A person that has no knowledge of Islam and dies without any knowledge but is a good person.

* A person with mental disability

* A baby is considered a muslim until puberty or the age in which the child understands everything and can think maturely.

*Anyone that says “I believe in Allah and his messenger Muhamad n 1.24 million other prophets (jesus, moses, ibrahim etc) n 4 books (Quran, bible, torah, zaboor

Best answer:

Answer by 5 Point Messianic Calvinist
I haven’t tortured Muslims, so by your logic, I’d still be good, right?

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The Future of Judaism with Chief Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks

England’s Chief Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks delivers the 2012-13 Robbins Collection Lecture in Jewish Law and Thought at Berkeley Law. Topic: “The Future of Ju…
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why do they call judaism, judaism?

why do they call judaism, judaism?

basically, what is the meaning behind it

Best answer:

Answer by rhanjo
Judaism is the religion that most Jews in Judah follow.

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