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Assassination of the Iranian General Soleimani: What to know

General Qassem Soleimani, head of the Quds Force of Iran’s elite Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), was killed last Friday following an American air raid at Baghdad International Airport. The White House and the Pentagon confirmed the killing of Soleimani in Iraq, stating that the attack was conducted under the direction of US President Donald  Full Article…

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Jesus the Nazarene, not “from” Nazareth

The Gospel according to Matthew is the oldest text of the New Testament translated directly from Aramaic (the language spoken in Galilee at the time of Jesus) to modern times. The translation of the Septuagint (LXX) into Classical Greek, however, was the cause of one of the greatest misunderstandings in the history of Christianity, according  Full Article…

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Jew Nobel Prize percentage

Nobel Prizes have been awarded to over 900 individuals, of whom at least 20% were Jews, although the Jewish population comprises less than 0.2% of the world’s population. Jews have been recipients of all six awards. The first Jewish recipient, Adolf von Baeyer, was awarded the prize in Chemistry in 1905. As of 2018, the  Full Article…

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Jewish and Christian Passover: Origins and differences

Two sister religions, such as Judaism and Christianity, could not have two divergent traditions among their most important holyday. The Passover celebrates the passage (Hebrew פסח; Greek pascha; Aramaic pasah or “pass over”) from the condition of slavery in Egypt to the freedom in the Promised Land, while the Christian commemorate the passage from death  Full Article…

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