Tag archive for ‘Sabbath’
Jewish Business News On Thursday, October 29th, 2015

Shabbat Project: We generate one million stories

  At the conclusion of this past week’s Shabbat Project, the hash-tagged pictures started appearing on the event’s website and social media around the world, showing hundreds of thousands of people More...

Jewish Business News On Thursday, September 17th, 2015

South Africa: The Shabbat Project aim to unit 1 million jews worldwide

At a time when the Jewish world seems more polarized than ever, The Shabbat Project  is seeking to mobilize more than one million Jews worldwide to pause and observe the Sabbath together this Oct. 23-24. The More...

News Brief On Saturday, May 30th, 2015

Jewish woman awarded £16k damages after being rejected for travel firm job because she cannot work Saturdays

  A Jewish woman has won £16, 000 damages from a travel firm after it rejected her job application because her religion prevents her from working Saturdays. Aurelie Fhima sent her CV to Manchester-based More...

Gil Tanenbaum On Sunday, April 19th, 2015

KosherSwitch Lets Jews Use Lights on Shabbat — Or Does It?

A new device called the KosherSwitch promises to let Sabbath observing Jews use electric lights on Shabbat. But is it really “Kosher” to use or is this a fraud? Use of electricity is one of the many prohibitions More...

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