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    Richard Friedman Among Nov. 11 Honorees   Richard Friedman, long-time Birmingham Jewish Federation Executive Director and, more recently, CEO of both the BJF and the Levite Jewish Community Center, will be honored by…

    “The Letter I Wish I Had Written” The following letter was written by Gen. Charles Krulak to the late Senator John McCain. Gen. Krulak, a past president of Birmingham-Southern College…

    BJF, LJCC Take Another Step Toward Collaboration Effective last week, Samantha Dubrinsky has assumed the position of Interim Executive Director of the Levite Jewish Community Center in addition to her…

    Items Needed for Hurricane Florence Victims The Birmingham Jewish Federation and Levite Jewish Community Center have joined together to collect items for victims of Hurricane Florence. Items needed are water,…

    “Operation Finale” Premiere For Bham Community Join the Levite Jewish Community Center and the Birmingham Jewish Federation for a special film screening of “Operation Finale” at AMC Summit 16 on…

     New Book On Netanyahu Provides Valuable Insight, Deeper Understanding By Richard Friedman, BJF Executive Director  On July 17, 2019,  if he’s still in power, Benjamin “Bibi” Netanyahu will become Israel’s…

    Photo is of a house that was hit by a Gazan projectile in the Eshkol region of Southern Israel. (Photo:Times Of Israel)  Israel Under Fire, Jewish Organizations Here To Help…

     New Book Offers Chilling Lessons From Jewish History By Richard Friedman, BJF Executive Director  I’ve just finished reading “POGROM: Kishinev and the Tilt of History” by Steven J. Zipperstein. This is a…

     “Israel Matters”: Samford Theologian Rethinks His Views By Richard Friedman BJF Executive Director  If you’re interested in a ringside seat as a prominent Birmingham-based Anglican theologian goes through a profound…

    Photo is of the Hillel Connections interns at the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute.  A Magical Summer In The Magic City:  Hillel Interns Make Their Mark This summer a group of…

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