children of Israel

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chil′dren of Is′rael
the Hebrews; Jews.
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Feeling unmoored in the city of six million and craving the opportunity to make a more palpable impact on people's lives, Sanders had been skillfully wooed by Congregation B'nai Israel of Little Rock.
Faith communities represented were Aurora Jewish Renewal Congregation, Temple B'nai Israel, St.
B'nai Israel of Salt Lake City built its Romanesque Revival synagogue in 1890-1891.
WHERE: Temple B'nai Israel, 210 Court Street, Laconia
Reports on Wednesday said that a bullet was fired through a window of a classroom at Adath B'Nai Israel Temple, located in the town of Evansville.
"We had a group that asked him to leave," says Maury Giu-witch, then the owner of The Smart Shoe Store in downtown Hattiesburg and president of Temple B'nai Israel. "We said, Rabbi, we have enough tsuris being Jews here.
Four speakers will highlight the day: Professor Bertold Fridlender, president of Hadassah Academic College in Jerusalem; Jan Sullivan, director of the Community Assessment Program for the Massachusetts Bureau of Environmental Health; Rabbi Jacob Fine of Congregation B'nai Israel in Northampton; and children's author Vivian Newman, educational consultant for the PJ Library.
In lieu of flowers, the family suggests a contribution in Mark's name to ZERO: The Project to End Prostate Cancer, Temple B'nai Israel in Oklahoma City or a charity of your choice.
In Natchez, the Temple B'nai Israel is a languishing synagogue that has been deeded to the Museum of the Southern Jewish Experience.
Rabbi Mona Alfi of Congregation B'nai Israel in Sacramento told the Bee that it is permissible for Jews to pray for their enemies to mend their ways but not to bring curses down on them.
He has served on the boards of more than 20 local organizations, including Capital Area United Way, Junior Achievement of Greater Baton Rouge & Acadiana Inc., Congregation B'nai Israel, Boy Scouts of America, Girl Scouts Audubon Council Inc., Jewish Federation of Greater Baton Rouge and the Community Fund for the Arts.
The baskets were paid for through donations from congregants of B'nai Israel, a synagogue in Milburn, New Jersey.