Today is December 19, 2018 -
To understand Israeli policy priorities, I think that it is important to start with an understanding of the Israeli political system. As I try to explain, please keep in mind that my degree is in accounting and not in civics. The Israeli parliamentary democracy uses a coalition form of government. Citizens vote for 120 Knesset Continue Reading »
A list of current articles Rob is reading
February is known as Jewish Disability Awareness and Inclusion Month (JDAIM). JDAIM Programming & Events: Join us Tuesday evenings on February 5, 12, 19, and 26 for JDAIM Movie and Activity Night at Jewish Federtion of NENY, The Golub Center. More info to come and local programming to come!
We regret to inform you that our speaker, Shahar Azani, had to return to Israel for a family emergency. Azani arranged for an excellent StandWithUs speaker Chuka Ikpeze, a medical student and Nigerian-born American, for this Sunday, December 16, 2018, for our Community-Wide Event. Anti-Semitism & Israel’s Battle for Public Opinion: The Fight for our Continue Reading »
Year-end is an opportune time to consider financial and tax planning strategies. The enactment of the 2017 tax cut legislation last December makes year-end planning this year more important than ever. The tax cut legislation effected significant changes, such as lowering tax rates and, at the same time, reducing or eliminating some tax deductions, credits, Continue Reading »
Dear Colleagues, The Los Angeles wildfires have been burning for days, and the Los Angeles Jewish community is in dire need of help. Thousands of individuals and families have been evacuated and displaced, and a number of Jewish institutions have been destroyed or damaged. The Los Angeles Jewish community needs our collective support now – Continue Reading »
Jewish Federation of NENY proudly invites you to share in an experience like no other! Join us for an OM Shalom Yoga weekend, December 14-16, 2018! Throw on your comfortable exercise clothes, bring your yoga mat, towel, and open mind! Om Shalom Yoga is Jewish prayer experienced through the moving meditation of a Vinyasa flow Continue Reading »