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The traditional religious rite—the Brith Milah—of circumcision as practised by Jews; it is performed by the 8th day of life, not by a physician, but rather by a mohel, pron moil
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This week's documentary in S4C's O'r Galon series is Adar Brith (Birds of a Feather), where we meet Islwyn Jones from Pen y Bryn, Betws Gwerful Goch, who's a specialist trainer and handler of birds of prey.
B'nai Brith (Hebrew for children of the covenant) compared reported incidents in Canada with Australia, which recorded a 2 per cent increase, and the United Kingdom, which had 4 per cent fewer incidents.
Rabbi Vinas, who teaches at the Hebrew Institute of Riverdale, New York, and serves as the rabbi of El Centro de Estudios Judios in the Bronx, says that "someone should ask B'nai Brith who appointed Dr.
Moshe Cahana, Rabbi Emeritus at Congregation Brith Shalom, will give the invocation; Rabbi Howard Siegel, also of Congregation Brith Shalom, will give the benediction; and Rabbi Joseph Radinsky, of the United Orthodox Synagogue, will read the Mourner's Kaddish.
The annual event, starting and finishing on Wrexham Industrial Estate, has grown in popularity - and Norman is convinced that the lure of the fruity bara brith is crucial.
Taken from her grandmother's recipe book, her bara brith tea loaf - complete with the unusual addition of cranberries - earned praise from judges Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood in the first round of sweet dough week.
Islwyn's work is profiled next Wednesday (9pm) in Adar Brith (Birds of a Feather), the latest in S4C's O'r Galon series.
A special flavour bara brith flavour was purposely created to tempt the royal taste buds during the Prince's final visit in the week-long summer tour.
A traditional bara brith loaf, which was screened on television being sampled by The Hairy Bikers, is selling like hot cakes at stores across Wales and England.
Toronto -- The Human Rights League of B'nai Brith issues an annual report of the number of anti Semitic incidents in Canada.
The League for Human Rights of B'nai Brith Canada has released the 2003 Audit of Anti-Semitic Incidents, its annum study of anti-Semitism in the country.
I knew Irv and his wife, Shelley, who was my typesetter during my long tenure as editor of the now defunct B'nai Brith Messenger, the nearly century-old Los Angeles Jewish weekly.