A letter written by 50 rabbis sparks harsh words from Netanyahu and rights groupsThe rabbis warn that those who defy their religious ruling will be “ostracized”The letter is to be distributed across the country later this weekJerusalem (CNN) A letter signed by 50 state appointed rabbis telling Jews not to rent or sell property to non Jews prompted widespread condemnation Tuesday from Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and human rights groups.The letter warned that those who defied the religious ruling should be “ostracized.””In answer to many questions, we reply that it is prohibited by the Torah to sell a house or field in Israel to a gentile,” the letter reads.The letter is to be published in religious newspapers and distributed in synagogues across the country later this week, according to the Israeli news website Ynet.It contends that “those who sell or rent out in an area which Jews live cause great damage to his neighbors. For their way of life is different to Jews.”It is known that due to selling or renting one apartment, all the apartments of the neighbors devaluate even if the buyers or renters are nice at first .
Jon Bon Jovi, meet the Rev. Al Sharpton. (AP) Photo Galleries: Red carpet Dinner The amount of star power ratcheted up a few notches at this year’s White House Correspondents’ Association Dinner, where at least one representative from virtually every current, mainstream American pop culture phenomenon joined the swirling, overheated mass of humanity inside the Washington HIlton.
Regional collaboration When the pandemic began, the New Brunswick Multicultural Council reached out to member settlement organizations in communities across the province to launch a communications task force. Justin Ryan, the organization training and development manager, said the restrictions of the pandemic forced his team to find new ways to reach newcomers. “Historically, they could rely on dropping in, visiting and talking to the people at the local settlement agencies, who had given them a lot of advice and guidance,” he said.
Urban Assets is continuing the public engagement process for the master plan and shelter design. The first stakeholder meeting was held January 10th, 2018, the first public input meeting was held on January 17th, 2018, and the first focus group meeting was held on January 31st. The second stakeholder meeting was held on February 28th, and the second public input meeting was held on February 10th, 2018.
In my blood was about his struggle with anxiety and it was released to open up a discussion about a topic that affects millions of people he didn release it just for this conversation to be forgotten about when someone sees an opportunity to boost their followers. Again, i know it not everyone and more people that not know how to behave but he a human, a 19 year old that always goes out of his way to ensure the happiness of others, regardless of how he feels on that particular day. He literally said that the situation freaked him out, that not something to be proud of and tag in your captions.