Fresco of Approving of bylaw of Society of Jesus depicting Ignatius of Loyola receiving papal bull Regimini militantis Ecclesiae from Pope Paul 3. This group bound themselves by a vow of poverty and chastity, to "enter upon hospital and missionary work in Jerusalem, or to go without questioning wherever the pope might direct".
They called themselves the Company of Jesus, and also Amigos En El Senor or "Friends in the Lord," because they felt "they were placed together by Christ." The name had echoes of the military (as in an infantry "company"), as well as of discipleship (the "companions" of Jesus). A fourth employee — Margaret Muffler, an accountant — made a similar complaint in the case filed in St. Ignatius of Loyola, who after being wounded in a battle, experienced a religious conversion and composed the Spiritual Exercises to closely follow Christ. The fresco was created by Johann Christoph Handke in the Church of Our Lady Of the Snow in Olomouc after 1743. Primary Signals the Beginning of the EndBye-Bye, Contested Convention: Donald Trump Wins Ind. Based on the findings of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), "It's clear that Iran could produce a nuclear weapon very quickly should it wish to do so", said Stephen Rademaker of the Bipartisan Policy Center in Washington. She said Chrismer gave her a poor evaluation in retaliation for a disability and age discrimination complaint she filed against him. Iran has produced 3345 kilograms of uranium enriched to 3.5 per cent, according to the agency.
Certain fees he began adding aren't allowed under state law, Lohman alleged."Everything they're suggesting I totally deny," Chrismer, who is in his third four-year term as elections director, said Monday. A Western diplomat who asked to remain anonymous said that one major obstacle revealed by the Moscow talks relates to the underground facility for uranium enrichment in Fordo, near the city of Qum. It must be a money motivation."In her suit, Mary Benefield alleged that Chrismer created a sexually hostile work environment by stalking her, groping her as she handed paperwork to him, and making "unwanted and offensive" comments about her clothing and body. The Iranians were surprised that delegates from the six powers managed to maintain a united front throughout the discussions. Speaking at a conference of the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, Yadlin said he favored exhausting all other options before striking Iran's nuclear facilities, but stressed, "The flying time of a missile from Tehran to Tel Aviv is seven minutes and the temptation for first strike is huge." "If they can't be contained when they don't have nuclear weapons, how can they be contained when they do?" (Ha'aretz)Israeli Inventor Unveils New Printing System- David ShamahBenny Landa has a new technology he believes will become the next industry standard. At this week's Drupa international trade show in Dusseldorf, the world's largest printing equipment exhibition, Landa displayed his latest innovation - a nanotechnology-based print system, which he says provides cheaper, higher quality, more efficient, and more environmentally-friendly printing. But for larger print jobs, offset printing is considered the cheapest method of producing 5,000 or more copies. The new system reduces the cost per page of digital printed matter to meet or beat the price of offset printing, Landa said. The first digital printer was designed and built by Landa at Indigo, which was bought by HP in 2000. As an HP unit, Indigo went on to dominate the world market; three out of four commercial digital printing presses sold today are made by HP. At the heart of the process is a new ink invented by Landa, comprised of pigment particles only tens of nanometers in size.
This enables images that are ultra-sharp, very glossy, more colorful, and longer-lasting than can be attained with other printing processes. The time posted automatically on all Arutz Sheva articles, however, is Israeli time.)The Future of the Jews - Daniel GordisJust after World War II when Hitler had annihilated one-third of the world's Jews, including 90% of Eastern Europe's Jews, no sane, level-headed person could have imagined that 67 years later we would have what we have. A democracy fashioned by immigrants, most of whom had never lived in a functioning democracy.


An army that keeps us so safe, we go days on end without even thinking about our enemies.It's worth remembering that the Jews have a future because the Jews have a state. Imagine, too, that you are exactly who you are now: thoughtful, educated, worldly, rational. And then, someone says to you, Tell me about the future of the Jews.So you survey the world in January 1946.
You cast your eyes toward Eastern Europe, which not much earlier had been the worlds center of Jewish life, learning, literature and culture.
Eastern European Jewry is gone.Though we commonly say that Hitler annihilated one third of the worlds Jews, that number is technically correct but misses the point.
The number that really matters is that after Hitler, 90 percent of Eastern Europes Jews had been murdered.Prior to the war, there had been some 3,200,000 Polish Jews. As far as Polish Jewry was concerned, Hitler had won.Hitler won in Hungary, too, and throughout Eastern Europe. There are a few Jews left there, of course, but many of those who did survive will for a long time be living under Soviet rule, which, if youd had a crystal ball, youd know was going to get infinitely worse long before it got any better. Today, at AIPACs annual Policy Conference, for example, thousands of American Jews (and many non- Jews, as well) ascend the steps of Capitol Hill to speak to their elected officials about Israel. They do so with a sense of absolute entitlement (in the best sense of the word), with no hesitation.But between 1938 and 1945, how many Jews ascended those steps to demand that at least one bomb be dropped on the tracks to Auschwitz, or that American shores be opened to at least some of the thousands of Jews who had literally nowhere to go? During the worst years that the Jews had known in two millennia, virtually no Jews went to Capitol Hill or the White House.
There was the famous Rabbis March of October 1943, in which some 400 mostly Orthodox rabbis went to the White House (though FDR refused to meet with them), but that was about it.In January 1946, American Jews did not interview for positions on Wall Street wearing a kippa, and did not seek jobs on Madison Avenue informing their prospective employers that they would not work on Shabbat.
The self-confidence of American Jews that we now take so for granted was almost nowhere to be found back then.
With European Jews going up smokestacks, American Jews mostly went about their business, fearful of rocking the boat of American hospitality. There was, of course, one other place where there was a sizable Jewish population Palestine. Tens of thousands of British troops were stationed in Palestine, not only to keep the peace, but to make sure that Jews did not immigrate and change the demographic balance of the country.
Most Jews today can name not even one of the ships that sank, carrying their homeless Jews with them. You might have believed that a covenant promised some Jewish future, but it would have been hard to argue it was a bright one.Now fast-forward 66 years, to 2012.Where do we find ourselves today? Jewish life in Europe, while facing renewed anti-Semitism in some places, is coming back to life. There are Jewish cultural festivals in Poland (though staged largely by non-Jews, since there are few Jews left). Soviet Jews are largely out, and those who remain have synagogues, schools, camps and community centers.
And across the ocean, the success and vibrancy of American Jewish life is legendary.There was no way to expect any of this in 1946, no reason to even imagine it.How did it happen? Sixty-six years ago, no sane, level-headed person could have imagined that we would have what we have. A language brought back to life, and bookstores filled with hundreds of linear feet of books in a language that just a century ago almost no one spoke.


All true, and they demand our continued attention, but at the same time, we dare not lose sight of what weve built. Yom Haatzmaut is, without question, one of those moments.Daniel Gordis is senior vice-president and Koret Distinguished Fellow at the Shalem Center in Jerusalem. His most recent book,Saving Israel: How the Jewish People Can Win a War that May Never End (Wiley),won the 2009 National Jewish Book Award. He has created a perfect moral inversion where the aggressor becomes the victim and the victim becomes the aggressor. Where those who try to defend themselves against the threat of annihilation become the threat to world peace. They're supplying them with tens of thousands of rockets, thousands of which have already been fired on our cities, our homes.
They're putting in more and more sophisticated weapons there and are developing more and more deadly weapons in Iran. And they're quite open about their express purpose of wiping Israel off the face of the earth. They have a peculiar and bizarre belief that the hidden Imam, a religious leader who disappeared a thousand years ago, would come back just about now in a hail of fire where a catastrophic exchange is required for his reappearance. Delivering the eulogy at the boy's funeral, Sharpton told the mourners:"Talk about how Oppenheimer in South Africa sends diamonds straight to Tel Aviv and deals with the diamond merchants right here in Crown Heights. All we want to say is what Jesus said: If you offend one of these little ones, you got to pay for it. Stirred by such rhetoric, hundreds of Crown Heights blacks took violently to the streets for three days and nights of rioting. Sharpton reacted to the chaos by stating, We must not reprimand our children for outrage, when it is the outrage that was put in them by an oppressive system.
Further, he repeatedly bellowed to the rioters, "No justice, no peace!" According to Norman Rosenbaum, brother of the murdered Yankel Rosenbaum, "Based on everything we have seen and read, Sharpton never called upon the rioters to stop their anti-Semitism-inspired violence. Warner production president Greg Silverman described it as lacking in feeling and a sense of triumph, according to TheWrap.News first broke out in September that Gibson had reached a production deal with Warners to direct the film.
The American Gathering of Holocaust Survivors and their Descendants called the choice a moral lapse of judgment.It is good to see Warner Bros.
But we told our American friends as well as the Europeans that we would have expected the threshold for successful negotiation to be clear, namely that the P5+1 will demand clearly that, number one, no more enrichment to 20 percent," Barak said."All the already enriched 20 percent material out of the country to a neighboring trusted country.
That will be a total change of direction for the world."I really see it as a major change for the whole world. TobinAfter so many years of being wrong about the Palestinians being ready to make peace with Israel, it is difficult to take New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman's Middle East advice columns seriously.
PA leader Yasir Arafat turned down Ehud Barak's offers of a state in 2000 and 2001 and answered it with a terror war that cost more than 1,000 Israelis their lives courtesy of killers like Barghouti. The problem is that, unlike Sadat, the Palestinians aren't actually willing to live in peace alongside the Jewish state. Thank you for this gift, for which I can never truly repay you.  I will instead repay it learning, living and loving Jewishly everyday.



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