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Ami Magazine Ami Magazine is a weekly publication distributed worldwide. Ami sets a new standard in Jewish media. Ami offers reader’s investigative and intriguing features, as well as inviting and professional columns.

The Ami umbrella includes Ami’s flagship magazine, containing timely news and opinion; Ami Living, addressing issues that affect the everyday lives of our readers; and AIM, an educational and entertaining magazine for teens. Inserted within Ami Living is an innovative food magazine pullout, Whisk. Ami’s staff is comprised of some of the most seasoned and talented professional writes and editors in the Jewish world today.

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The Ami umbrella includes Ami’s flagship magazine, containing timely news and opinion; Ami Living, addressing issues that affect the everyday lives of our readers; and AIM, an educational and entertaining magazine for teens. Inserted within Ami Living is an innovative food magazine pullout, Whisk.


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In honor of YomTov, a new single of my upcoming album coming to you together with the write up in the Ami Magazine
Why Iraq? Why take the risk of such dangerous traveling? Why dress up like an Arab? For years I have been working on a secret Gemura project I will call BavLipa. In order to write Bavli songs I needed to experience Bavel. Full details in Ami Magazine Sukkos. Shloime Zionce
“I have no idea what ‘#JewishSpaceLaser’ means because I never said it.” In an interview with an Orthodox weekly magazine (Ami Magazine), Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene claims she was hurt to be called an antisemite and a racist. She also claims to have no knowledge that the Rothschild family are Jewish.
High Court Victory for Religious Liberty In a landmark vindication of religious rights, the Supreme Court of the United States issued an injunction, just minutes before midnight late Wednesday, against New York State’s arbitrary limit of 10 or 25 individuals in houses of worship with capacity for hundreds in Red and Orange zones. In so doing, the High Court sided with Agudath Israel of America and the Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn in their legal challenge against such limitations. In its 5-4 ruling, the Supreme Court reasoned that imposing such limitations on houses of worship and not “to ‘essential’ businesses such as acupuncture facilities… strikes at the very heart of the First Amendment’s guarantee of religious liberty.” The Court’s ruling is important because it will allow individuals of all faiths in New York to immediately pray utilizing the same occupancy restrictions and safety procedures that govern similar secular activities. But this ruling is truly historic because the nation’s highest court issued an “extraordinary remedy,” enacting an emergency preliminary injunction to nullify an executive order – during a pandemic – to reaffirm the bedrock American principle that religious freedom shall not be a second class right in the United States. This ruling is certain to have nationwide legal impact on the status of religious freedom for years to come. Justice Gorsuch’s concurring opinion was particularly impassioned. The Justice lamented, “Even if the Constitution has taken a holiday, during this pandemic, it cannot become a sabbatical,” concluding, “It is time—past time—to make plain that, while the pandemic poses many grave challenges, there is no world in which the Constitution tolerates color-coded executive edicts that reopen liquor stores and bike shops but shutter churches, synagogues, and mosques.” Even the four dissenting Justices based much of their argument not on disagreement with the legal principles set forth by the majority, but on the timing of weighing in at this point. “This is an historic victory,” said Rabbi Chaim Dovid Zwiebel, Executive Vice President of Agudath Israel, “This landmark decision will ensure that religious practices and religious institutions will be protected from government edicts that do not treat religion with the respect demanded by the Constitution.” “We are grateful to the High Court for this foundational ruling,” said Avrohom Weinstock, Esq., Agudah’s Chief of Staff. “We also would like to thank the indefatigable Avi Schick and his legal team at Troutman Pepper, and the attorneys at the Becket Fund, for their powerful legal briefs. “Most importantly, we are deeply grateful to G-d, the true Judge, and to our rabbinic leaders whose repeated encouragement and insistence on the importance of this matter spurred us to persist in this battle towards the Supreme Court.” Concluded Shlomo Werdiger, chairman of Agudath Israel’s Board of Trustees, “It was not an easy decision for Agudath Israel to go to court over this matter. That is not our preferred means of advocacy. However, the principle at stake was of such monumental importance that we felt it necessary to fight to uphold our religious freedom. “The Agudah has prioritized health since the onset of this pandemic, and we continue to encourage sound health practices. With the legal parameters clarified, we look forward to continuing to work hand in hand with our elected officials to ensure the well-being of our community with a single standard of safety for religious and secular activities.” Injunction Decision: Troutman Pepper The Becket Fund for Religous Liberty CNN Leah Zagelbaum Marcia Kramer Jacob Sullum Jon Campbell Ami Magazine Mishpacha
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Agudath Israel to Iran: Protect Jewish Sites and Jewish Lives Agudath Israel of America is deeply concerned by reports that the site in Iran traditionally thought to be the tomb of Mordechai and Esther was set aflame last week. Although the Iranian government asserts that it was the action of a rogue arsonist, last February, the Basij militia, part of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards – itself part of Iran’s military structure – threatened to raze the shrine. Iran has a responsibility to find the perpetrator of this heinous act and bring him to justice, and to protect both its Jewish citizens and Jewish sites. Leah Zagelbaum Special Envoy for Monitoring and Combating Anti-Semitism Mishpacha Ami Magazine Abba Cohen Yeshiva World News Hamodia Newspapers Yated Ne'eman Avi Shafran Lakewood Scoop
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"برای شما صلح به ارمغان آورده‌ایم" دیدار احساس‌برانگیز توریست یهودی از آمریکا با فعال معروف سعودی، محمد سعود در ریاض. خاورمیانه جدید. Ami Magazine Shloime Zionce