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Daily Archives: 5th February 2017

February 2017

Is the "hyphenated" Catholic the reason for the lack of movement on divestment?

There’s a subculture of Judiasm known as the “hyphenated Jew” where the word Jewish becomes Jew-ish with a heavy emphasis on the “ish.” A hyphenated Jew could mean a number of things but it is usually somebody who was raised in the Jewish faith but no longer practices but still would describe him/herself as Jewish, at least in heritage. Hyphented Jews might not believe in a god, fulfil any of the dietary requirements or obey any of the laws of Read More...