• 5 Mind-Blowing Differences Between Sephardic & Ashkenazi Jews | Big Jewish Ideas
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    While about 93% of American Jews identify with Ashkenazi heritage, Israel and the globe are home to a diverse mix of Sephardic, Mizrahi, and other Jewish communities.

    Yet, media often presents an Ashkenormative image, overshadowing the reality that a significant number of Jews worldwide don't fit into this category.

    In North America, the major Jewish communities are Ashkenazi - with ties to countries like Germany, France, and Eastern Europe - and Sephardic, from Portugal and Spain. But that's just part of the story - globally, there exists a vibrant mosaic of other Jewish cultures, including Mizrahi Jews from the Middle East, Ethiopian Jews, and numerous others.

    Despite their unique languages, cuisines, and even some Jewish customs, all these groups share the core connection of Judaism and are part of a singular, global peoplehood.
    5 Mind-Blowing Differences Between Sephardic & Ashkenazi Jews | Big Jewish Ideas 2,901,996 views Nov 16, 2022 #Jewish #culture #people While about 93% of American Jews identify with Ashkenazi heritage, Israel and the globe are home to a diverse mix of Sephardic, Mizrahi, and other Jewish communities. Yet, media often presents an Ashkenormative image, overshadowing the reality that a significant number of Jews worldwide don't fit into this category. In North America, the major Jewish communities are Ashkenazi - with ties to countries like Germany, France, and Eastern Europe - and Sephardic, from Portugal and Spain. But that's just part of the story - globally, there exists a vibrant mosaic of other Jewish cultures, including Mizrahi Jews from the Middle East, Ethiopian Jews, and numerous others. Despite their unique languages, cuisines, and even some Jewish customs, all these groups share the core connection of Judaism and are part of a singular, global peoplehood.
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  • Saudi Arabia,UAE, Ethiopia,Iran & Egypt have officially confirmed to join BRICS

    So this is what drives the west crazy!
    This is also why they are floundering like a devil in a holy water barrel...Also against their own people!

    https://insiderpaper.com/saudi-arabia-iran-join-brics/
    Saudi Arabia,UAE, Ethiopia,Iran & Egypt have officially confirmed to join BRICS So this is what drives the west crazy! This is also why they are floundering like a devil in a holy water barrel...Also against their own people! https://insiderpaper.com/saudi-arabia-iran-join-brics/
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    Saudi Arabia, UAE, Ethiopia, Iran and Egypt have officially confirmed to join BRICS
    South Africa has announced that five of the six nations invited to join the BRICS bloc from January 1 have officially confirmed their participation. The
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    First Ethiopian Miss Israel Shames Black Lives Matter
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  • It has area of 1,633 km (631 sq mi), with approximately 400 kilometres (249 miles) of coastline. It is separated from Asia Minor (now Turkey) by the narrow Mytilini Strait. The island is widely known as the home of the ancient Greek poet Sappho, from whose association with homosexuality the word lesbian derives its modern meaning. It is also sometimes called the "Island of the Poets". The name Lesbos means "forested," or "woody." But the word ‘lesbian’ is derived from that same name because of the writings of Sappho.
    The writer Sappho has been perceived as other than heterosexual, though many of her works have been lost. However, there is a sculpted head of a woman from the Glyptothek in Munich, Germany, identified as "probably" a copy of Silanion's 4th-century BC imaginative portrait of Sappho ; there is a vase with the image of Sappho, circa 510 BC, in the National Museum in Warsaw, Poland.
    This little island was surrounded by no less than six countries where the early Chistian churches were planted, and the Good News was spreading westward from Israel to Asia Minor (Turkey), Greece, Macedonia, Thrace (now Bulgaria and Romania), eastward to Syria and Jordan, the north of Africa (Egypt and Ethiopia), the south of Russia (north of Turkey), and then further west to Germania (Germany), Gaul (France), Spain, Italy, Britain, Belgae (Belgium) and Hibernia (Ireland).
    Then it would spread further west to the Americas, including Canada and Latin America, and further east to Asia including Japan and Australia, further south into South Africa.
    Lesbos prospered from trade, and Mytilene was considered the busiest port in the Aegean Sea. And it later had both Christian and Muslim populations.
    THERE IS STILL WORK TO BE DONE IN THAT REGION.
    It has area of 1,633 km (631 sq mi), with approximately 400 kilometres (249 miles) of coastline. It is separated from Asia Minor (now Turkey) by the narrow Mytilini Strait. The island is widely known as the home of the ancient Greek poet Sappho, from whose association with homosexuality the word lesbian derives its modern meaning. It is also sometimes called the "Island of the Poets". The name Lesbos means "forested," or "woody." But the word ‘lesbian’ is derived from that same name because of the writings of Sappho. The writer Sappho has been perceived as other than heterosexual, though many of her works have been lost. However, there is a sculpted head of a woman from the Glyptothek in Munich, Germany, identified as "probably" a copy of Silanion's 4th-century BC imaginative portrait of Sappho ; there is a vase with the image of Sappho, circa 510 BC, in the National Museum in Warsaw, Poland. This little island was surrounded by no less than six countries where the early Chistian churches were planted, and the Good News was spreading westward from Israel to Asia Minor (Turkey), Greece, Macedonia, Thrace (now Bulgaria and Romania), eastward to Syria and Jordan, the north of Africa (Egypt and Ethiopia), the south of Russia (north of Turkey), and then further west to Germania (Germany), Gaul (France), Spain, Italy, Britain, Belgae (Belgium) and Hibernia (Ireland). Then it would spread further west to the Americas, including Canada and Latin America, and further east to Asia including Japan and Australia, further south into South Africa. Lesbos prospered from trade, and Mytilene was considered the busiest port in the Aegean Sea. And it later had both Christian and Muslim populations. THERE IS STILL WORK TO BE DONE IN THAT REGION.
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  • None of us are perfect. But Jesus perfect sacrifice on the cross at Golgotha paid the penalty of sin for us so we don't have to go to hell. He rose again and is making palaces for His believers. We are saved by His grace, not by our own works no matter how hard we try. Our sins are wiped clean from the slate, never to be remembered again. We as followers of the Master, become new creations. We can call on His Name and be born again. Washed in His blood, covered by His righteousness, illuminated by His Holy Spirit, we can follow His precepts, love, forgive, protect and defend, teach, preach, exhort, do exploits in His Name and ultimately be in heaven with Him after we're dead.
    And the devil is a defeated enemy, whose teeth were broken at the cross, so he cannot defeat us when we receive the Messiah to ourselves.
    There is a reason that many churches were planted by the apostle Paul in Turkey, Greece, Macedonia, Thrace, Italy and Spain, by his own hand and by others working with him.
    Not only the seven churches referred to in prophecy in the APOCALYPSE but many other churches referred to in his letters to the believers throughout the Graeco-Roman world.
    God wanted to save the peoples all over the world, and that included a tiny little island east of Rome, south of Thessalonika, Troas and Philippi, west of Jerusalem, Antioch and Damascus, and north of Miletus and Ethiopia.
    It was the Isle of Lesbos.
    None of us are perfect. But Jesus perfect sacrifice on the cross at Golgotha paid the penalty of sin for us so we don't have to go to hell. He rose again and is making palaces for His believers. We are saved by His grace, not by our own works no matter how hard we try. Our sins are wiped clean from the slate, never to be remembered again. We as followers of the Master, become new creations. We can call on His Name and be born again. Washed in His blood, covered by His righteousness, illuminated by His Holy Spirit, we can follow His precepts, love, forgive, protect and defend, teach, preach, exhort, do exploits in His Name and ultimately be in heaven with Him after we're dead. And the devil is a defeated enemy, whose teeth were broken at the cross, so he cannot defeat us when we receive the Messiah to ourselves. There is a reason that many churches were planted by the apostle Paul in Turkey, Greece, Macedonia, Thrace, Italy and Spain, by his own hand and by others working with him. Not only the seven churches referred to in prophecy in the APOCALYPSE but many other churches referred to in his letters to the believers throughout the Graeco-Roman world. God wanted to save the peoples all over the world, and that included a tiny little island east of Rome, south of Thessalonika, Troas and Philippi, west of Jerusalem, Antioch and Damascus, and north of Miletus and Ethiopia. It was the Isle of Lesbos.
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