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This Day, July 16, In Jewish History by Mitchell A and Deb Levin Z"L

July 16 622: The Prophet Mohammed begins his Hijra from Mecca to Medina. This marks the beginning of the Islamic calendar.  The importance of this to Jewish history should require no explanation. 1099: As the Crusaders sacked Jerusalem, they bur... »

This Day, July 14, In Jewish History by Mitchell A and Deb Levin Z"L

July 14 1086: Toirdelbach Ua Briain passed away.  Born in 1009, he was the King of Munster and the High King of Ireland. During his reign, in 1079, Jews reportedly made their first appearance in the Emerald Isle. “The Annals of Inisfallen record ... »

First day of assembly sessions…

Posted on August 6, 2008 by clintwills There are already several outlets across the internet where you can find out who was elected to which offices. We havent posted it here yet, so I will fill in the blanks. YCE Director: Tom Madden YCE Assistant: Gary Lewis HM Director: JImmy Smith HM Assistant: Larry Timmerman WM Director: Bro LeRoy (I missed his first name…oops) WM Assistant: Victor Pagan – h... »

This Day, July 11, In Jewish History by Mitchell A and Deb Levin Z"L

July 11 1174: Amalric I who had been King of Jerusalem since 1162 passed away.  During his reign most of the Jews were expelled from Jerusalem; a ban that would last until 1175. 1244: “Khorezmian Turkish horsemen launch an attack on Jerusalem, s... »