book by the Chief Rabbi
The Jewish community in Britain has been divided in recent
months over very controversial words, written by the Chief
Rabbi. In mid 2002, Chief Rabbi of Britain, Dr. Jonathan
Sacks, revealed new ideas in his book, ‘The Dignity
of Difference: How to Avoid the Clash of Civilizations’,
which started a row among Jewish religious leaders in Britain
and overseas. Plus, a letter and a comment by Mr. Naim Dangoor.
The Beastifcation of
Pope Pius XII
For his crimes against humanity in general and the Jews
in particular, Pope Pius XII ranks second only to Hitler.
Yet, the Catholic Church is drumming up the campaign to
make him a saint, absolving him of all the misdeeds he committed.
Six Days of War - June
1967 and the Making of the Modern Middle East
A gripping account of one of the pivotal events in modern
Middle Eastern history - on the 35th anniversary of the
from the book "Al Muqaddimah"
(An introduction to History), by Ibn Khaldun more
The New Iraq- Rebuilding
the country for its people, the Middle East and the world.
The book is a superb guide to the rebirth
of the great civilisation of Iraq. Combining sensitive description
of centuries of history which offers fascinating, yet hopeful
description of Iraq more
Pageantry and Performance- The
Household Cavalry in a Celebration of Pictures
A book of photographs by Henry Dallal more
Grace After Meals-
The Union of Sepharadic Congregations has made arrangements
with Ktav Publishing House to issue a new Birkat Hamazon
booklet in an attractive full colour format more
"I am Jewish: Personal Reflections
Inspired by the Last Words of Daniel Pearl".
For the second anniversary of his death, Daniel Pearl's
parents, Professor Judea and Ruth Pearl, asked famous and
not-so-famous Jews around the world to write a short essay
on what being Jewish means to them. the book will be out
in Febuary. more
The Farhi Siddur- A
version of the 1917 edition of the Farhi Siddur has now
been reissued and translated into Arabic for the first time.
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