Author Archives: Beth Israel

Unequivocally Fighting for Israel

In the culture wars of the Second Commonwealth of Israel, the theocratic revolution of the Hasmoneans was triumphant. No longer would Hellenism prevail, only a strict, hardline interpretation of Judaism would be tolerated. On Chanukah, we recite the V’Al HaNissim … Continue reading

PM Harper addresses the Knesset

Yasher koach, Prime Minister Harper! http://www.ctvnews.ca/video?clipId=278141 You can see Rabbi Friedman with Ministers Baird and Kenney at 21:48.

Chanukah with UofA Hillel

On Tuesday 26th November, Rabbi Friedman gave the University of Alberta Hillel Lunch ‘n’ Learn on the topic of Chanukah vs. Democracy. Pictured are (l-r) Priel Buzny, Staci Silverman, Jesse Karpman, Rabbi Friedman, Sam Belau, Alan Richter. (Photo by Daniel … Continue reading

Chanukah at Family Shul

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Rabbi YY Rubinstein with NCSY

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BI Book Club

Eva Koplowicz recently discussed the book Torn Thread, The story of Eva Koplowisc and Rivka Winter during the Holocaust. Written by Anne Isaacs.

BI Book Club

“I didn’t like the book”. “I thought the book was interesting, but not well-written”. “The book was fascinating – I couldn’t put it down”. Those are some of the comments that swirl around the table during one of the Beth … Continue reading

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Remembrance Day

On Monday 11th November, the Jewish community held its annual Remembrance Day commemoration at the cenotaph at the Jewish cemetery. Rabbi Friedman ran the service on behalf of B’nai Brith and the Jewish Federation of Edmonton.