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  • Lionel Mandrake
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    THE DINUR CENTER FOR RESEARCH IN JEWISH HISTORY
    The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

    Linder, Amnon

    Personal:

    Born 1937, Haifa; Ph.D. 1967, Univ. of Dijon; Lect. 1967; Sen. Lect. 1977; Assoc. Prof. 1983; Prof. 1988; Dean, Faculty of Humanities, 1988-1991; Conrad Black Professor of Ancient and Medieval History.

    Research Interests:

    Intellectual history of medieval Europe, with special emphasis on the attitudes towards Jerusalem, Jews and Judaism. The transition from Late Antiquity to the early Middle Ages.

    Abstracts of Current Research:

    The evolution of the Liberation-of-Jerusalem liturgy:

    This study analyzes the evolution of the special liturgical observances evolved during the twelfth century in the Crusaders' Kingdom of Jerusalem to commemorate the liberation of the city in 1099.

    The evolution of the legal status of the Jews from Late Antiquity to the Middle Ages:

    This study surveys all the legal sources bearing on the subject, with the aim of compiling a complete legal corpus and analyzing the main currents of the relevant legal thought and practice.

    Medieval attitudes to the theme of the destruction of Jerusalem and the Temple:

    This study surveys all the relevant material with the aim of providing critical editions of hitherto unpublished sources in the framework of the Corpus Christianorum, Continuatio Medievalis.

    Key words: Europe, Middle Ages; Jews, Middle Ages

    Recent Publications:

    Linder, A. (1992) Ps. Ambrose's Anacephaleosis - A Carolingian discourse on the destruction of Jerusalem. Revue d'histoire des textes, 22: 145-158.

    Linder, A. (1993) Aspects du retour aux critures au Moyen Age: le cas de Jerusalem. In: Les Retours aux critures; Fondamentalismes presents et passes, eds. E. Patlagean and A. Le Boulluec, Paris, Bibliothique de l'Ecole des Hautes ?tudes, Section des Sciences Religieuses, vol.99, Louvain/Paris, Peeters, pp. 343-355.

    http://jewishhistory.huji.ac.il/Prof...ory/linder.htm
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    • Lionel Mandrake
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      • Aug 2013
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      Congregation Shir Heharim

      President's Page

      July and August 2010

      Thanks to Rabbi Jan Salzman and Kate Judd, as well as Paul Berch and Faith Schuster, the High Holy Days were as spiritually uplifting and well attended as ever. Thanks to lay leaders, which included Paul Berch, Julie Strothman, Kate Judd, Moss Linder, Elkanah Linder, and Bob Rottenberg, we were able to hold regular Shabbat services, as well as holiday celebrations, during these months without a spiritual leader. This included a Purim celebration with a shpiel and megillah reading, co-led Rabbi Sarah Niebuhr Rubin of Congregation Ahavas Achim in Keene and me. Along the way at several services we had dinner or dessert potlucks that provided delicious food and pleasant time to socialize. We were also able to hold monthly Torah study at BAJC as well as at Pine Heights Nursing Home.

      http://www.bajcvermont.org/president/2010-07-08.shtml
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      • Lionel Mandrake
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        • Aug 2013
        • 768

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        Jewish Special Education Class Offered at Temple Emanu-El in Westfield

        Temple Emanu-El in Westfield

        Tuesday, August 24, 2010 • 12:01pm



        Deborah Linder, a special education teacher at Temple Emanu-El in Westfield and a special education instructor at Kean University, will be available to meet with parents on September 11 at 7 PM at Temple Emanu-El's Prospective and New Member Meet and Greet Shabbat.

        Ms. Linder has her MA with Distinction from Kean University. Her thesis is titled Religious Inclusion: The Meaning of Bar/Bat Mitzvah for the Child with Developmental or Multiple Disabilities.

        Ms. Linder teaches the Ma'ayan program. Ma'ayan is a religious school program for Jewish children with autistic spectrum disorders and developmental disabilities whose educational and spiritual needs cannot be met in a regular classroom. The program, open to children with Autism, Asperger's Syndrome, PDD-NOS, Down syndrome, and other developmental disabilities, provides an introduction to Judaism.

        New and prospective members will also be able to meet with longtime members, clergy, and senior staff. In addition to Ma'ayan they can learn about the Religious School; Youth Group programs; Early Childhood Education; and Temple programs such as social action activities, worship opportunities, adult learning classes, and social happenings.

        At 7:45 PM families are invited to worship with the Temple Emanu-El family at Shabbat Hallelu. Shabbat Hallelu is a nationally recognized service in song featuring contemporary melodies with which the congregation sings along as the Shabbat Hallelu band plays.

        After the service, everyone is invited to join the congregation at the Oneg Shabbat for dessert, punch, and coffee. A special dessert table is set-up for people with food sensitivities.

        Temple Emanu-El is located at 756 East Broad Street in Westfield. For information about Ma'ayan, please contact the Religious School Principal, David Gronlund-Jacob, at 908-232-6772. For information about Temple Emanu-El, please contact Carolyn Shane at 908-232-6770, ext. 114, cshane@tewnj.org.

        http://thealternativepress.com/artic...ered-at-temple
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        • Lionel Mandrake
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          • Aug 2013
          • 768

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          Resource Information for
          Oral History Collection of Elinor K. Bernheim - May Linder


          May Linder

          Interview Date: March 5, 1984

          Summary: In her oral history, May Linder speaks of her family's "emotional" Jewishness and philanthropy. She discusses the satisfactions of her marriage and the family's closeness. She talks about having come to chair the first Brooklyn Women's Division of Federation through her activities as a fundraiser, and her special interest in the Brooklyn Jewish Hospital, to which the male members of her family were connected. Later she describes her feelings about the merger of Federation and UJA. Finally, Linder reviews the many awards that she had received.

          http://dev.jwa.org/archive/jsp/oresInfo.jsp?resID=1781

          Personal Information for
          May Louria Linder
          Life span: Oct 29, 1891 - Sep 4, 1992

          Occupations: Civic Leaders, Humanitarians, Social Reformers

          Subjects: Jews - Charities, Medicine, Political Science, Public Welfare

          Biographical Information: Born in 1891, May Louria Linder was dedicated to the principles of community involvement. Her family immigrated to the United States from Russia in 1891. Her father was a well-known physician. She and her five siblings were raised in Brooklyn. Following her graduation from Brooklyn High School, she attended Adelphi Academy and taught French briefly until her marriage. In 1917, she served as chair of the first Brooklyn Women's Division of Federation. She also served as the vice-president of the Jewish Hospital and Medical Center of Brooklyn. Linder spent over seventy years performing community service.

          http://dev.jwa.org/archive/jsp/perInfo.jsp?personID=624
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          • Lionel Mandrake
            Senior Member
            • Aug 2013
            • 768

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            Cec Linder



            Cec Linder (sometimes credited as Cecil Linder) (March 10, 1921 - April 10, 1992) was a Polish-born Jewish Canadian film and television actor. In the 1950s and 1960s he worked extensively in the United Kingdom, often playing American characters in various films and television programmes.

            In film, he is probably best remembered for his role as James Bond's CIA counterpart Felix Leiter in Goldfinger (1964). Another well-known film in which he appeared was Lolita (1962), as Doctor Keegee.

            He was born in Galicia, Poland. His family moved to Canada when Linder was very young, and he became a naturalised Canadian citizen.

            Linder enjoyed an extensive and successful television career on both sides of the Atlantic. In the UK, probably his most prominent role was as the palaeontologist Roney in the original BBC version of Quatermass and the Pit (1958–59). In the United States, he was a regular in the soap opera The Secret Storm on the CBS network from 1960 to 1964, playing Peter Ames. In 1974 he replaced William Prince as the character of Ben Travis in another CBS (later ABC) soap opera, The Edge of Night, and in the 1980s appeared in several of the Perry Mason revival TV movies as District Attorney Jack Welles. Linder was also a regular on the popular 1980s Canadian crime series Seeing Things, playing Crown Attorney Spenser.


            Cec Linder as paleontologist Doctor Matthew Roney in the BBC Television serial Quatermass and the Pit (1958-59)

            During his career he also had guest roles in episodes of a variety of other popular British, American, and Canadian television programmes, including: Doomwatch, The Littlest Hobo, Alfred Hitchcock Presents, Ironside, The Saint, Danger Bay, and The New Avengers.

            During his time in Canada, Linder worked as an announcer at CKGB in Timmins, Ontario.

            Linder's last work was as Syd Grady in two episodes of the television series Sweating Bullets in 1991. He died the following year at home in Toronto, Ontario, of complications from emphysema.

            http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cec_Linder
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            • Lionel Mandrake
              Senior Member
              • Aug 2013
              • 768

              #81


              Kids » Story Time » Bookshelf » The Moshiach Times » Chanukah

              Tzivos Hashem Field Report

              Clarks Summit, Pennsylvania

              Clarks Summit is a very nice place in the hilly coal country of northeastern Pennsylvania.

              Tzivos Hashem here runs out of the Jewish Discovery Center. They make Jewish things so much fun! Let me tell you about it.


              A kosher marshmallow roast on Lag B’Omer reminds Rachel Linder of the fire that burns in every Jewish heart.

              Every week we we go to the Mitzvah Factory program. We do sequin art, and I made a challah board with mosaic tiles!

              We do lots of other exciting crafts projects too, like when we drilled a real shofar horn before Rosh Hashana, or when we baked Matzah by hand before Pesach, or made parchment like for a real Torah before Shavuos.

              With Chanukah coming up, we have the olive pressing workshop. We actually press olive oil out of real olives! And then we make a GORGEOUS Menorah out of wood, without even hammering a single nail! We put the pieces together all by ourselves, and then paint the Menorah with shellac. By Chanukah it’s all ready for use.

              Well, that’s about all for now. So long, and you be sure to have a happy Chanukah, from Tzivos Hashem of Clarks Summit.

              http://www.chabad.org/kids/article_c...eld-Report.htm
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              • Lionel Mandrake
                Senior Member
                • Aug 2013
                • 768

                #82


                Progressive Jews Organize

                -- Peter Dreier and Daniel May

                Rabbi John Linder, of B'Nai Jehoshua Beth Elohim, a Reform temple outside Chicago, views the organizing work as fundamentally different from traditional charity. "This work is not about one person helping someone else who has less," explains Linder, who before attending rabbinical school had been an organizer for Massachusetts Fair Share and the Service Employees International Union. "It's a shift from a patronizing 'Look what I can do for you' way of operating to a 'What can we do together?' way of acting."

                Reprinted courtesy of the authors and The Nation. Originally appeared in The Nation Magazine, September 2007.

                http://www.pjvoice.com/v28/28007organize.aspx
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                • Lionel Mandrake
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                  • Aug 2013
                  • 768

                  #83


                  Mothers’ Circle

                  The Mothers’ Circle supports non-Jewish mothers with who have made the commitment to raise Jewish children and to connect the women and their families more closely to the Jewish community. This national program offers an umbrella of free educational programs and resources. AJL works with the national Jewish Outreach Institute to offer this program in Pittsburgh, and has had several successful groups form.

                  The Mothers’ Circle program is now operating at the Jewish Community Center of Greater Pittsburgh, with consultation and support from AJL.

                  For more information, contact Carolyn Linder at (412) 521-1101 x3104 (Email) or Rabbi Donni Aaron at the JCC, (412) 521-8011.

                  http://www.ajlpittsburgh.org/familie...s-circle.shtml
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                  • Lionel Mandrake
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                    • Aug 2013
                    • 768

                    #84


                    Thursday, May 17, 2012 | return to: lifecycles, B'nai mitzvah

                    B’nai Mitzvah


                    Harrison Linder Son of Dawn Silberstein and Steve Linder, Saturday, May 19 at Or Shalom Jewish Community in San Francisco.

                    http://www.jweekly.com/article/full/...ai-mitzvah517/
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                    • Lionel Mandrake
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                      Obituaries

                      The Dayton Jewish Observer | July 17, 2013 by admin | 0 Comments



                      Pauline Vada Simsovic (nee Linder) age 96, daughter of Max and Ida, passed away June 6 in Dayton. Mrs. Simsovic was a proud member of the Greatest Generation and served as a 1st Lt. in the Women’s Army Corp (WAC) during World War II in London, England. She worked side by side with Winston Churchill’s daughter Sarah at Medmenham Royal Air Force Station in the aerial photo map interpretation unit. Her talent prevailed during Operation Torch and again later, by helping discover Hitler’s infamous Peenemunde rocket site used in developing a potential tide-turning V-2 rocket program in 1944. In her formative years Mrs. Simsovic graduated from Lee High School in Massachusetts in 1933 and afterward gained employment as manager of a dress shop in Winsted, Conn. She continued her quest of further education by accruing one year of college credit preceding World War II. She later turned to a greater calling by joining the Women’s Army Corp in 1942 to help counter the Nazi war regime and served at Tinker AFB, Oklahoma in 1943 before being reassigned to England during the war. While there, she fell in love and married 2nd Lt. Albert J. Vada (USA) in Marlow, England during the war and later resided in Italy twice and across the U.S. with her family during his 22-year Army career (CIC). She later moved to Netanya, Israel and served as a tour guide and historian for several years. Her love of oil painting inspired Mrs. Simsovic to produce many canvases of locales where she had lived, ranging from her beloved Montville (Sandisfield), Mass. in the Berkshires, to Vicenza and Verona, Italy, and also portraits of family members. A voracious reader, she studied the Hebrew language and the state of Israel while living her later years in West Palm Beach, Fla. While living there, she thrived and was an active chorus member of Congregation Anshei Sholom synagogue and volunteered at the regional VA Medical Center. She stayed very sharp and typically mobile, driving her Toyota up until the age of 95. She was preceded in death by husbands Albert J. Vada (1988), Israel Simsovic (1995), and brother Sam Linder. She is survived by one son, Jay E. Vada, and daughter–in-law, Roxie Vada of Dayton; grandchildren Laurel and Karissa; great-grandchildren Katie, Addison, Ryan, and Elle; nieces and nephews Ronnie, Michelle, Steve, Carl, Joannie, Robert, and cousin Barry. She was interred at the Sons of Jacob Cemetery in Torrington, Conn.

                      http://www.jewishdayton.org/observer/obituaries-26/
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                      • Lionel Mandrake
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                        Israel’s History seen from the Hills of Jerusalem

                        by Ori Linder


                        This morning we took a trip to a point overlooking the the city of Jerusalem. As we walked down cracked stone steps, we heard the muzzein’s call to prayer, the valley filling with a deep bass humming. There we met our tour guide Yuval, who was actually a soldier under the command of our very own Madrich Amnon Ophir. We were quickly taken to a quaint area covered in pine cones and cool shade, where Yuval began to tell us about the history of the area. Yuval gets “excited,” he says, “about people coming here and getting excited”.

                        The 800 holy sites contained within the single square kilometer of Jerusalem connects the three central religions of Judaism, Christianity and Islam. In a situation that seems like it should be called co-existence, the religious area teeters on a powder keg, that could be easily ignited by any extremist group. The area has remained generally peaceful for the past couple of years, but it hasn’t always been that way. The central conflict began on November 29, 1947 when the UN divided “Palestine” into an international zone and a religious zone. Upset with the division, the Arab forces invaded on May 15, 1948, and the war wasn’t ended until November 30 of that year.

                        What followed was a series of smaller wars, formations of demilitarized zones, and the annexation of the present day West Bank by Jordan.After Israel fought the Six Day War in 1967, the Green Line was established. Since then, attempts at compromise and attempts to form a long-lasting peace between Israelis and the Palestinians have yet to bear fruit.

                        All this history was visible to us as we sat on the various mountain tops just east of the Old City of Jerusalem.

                        http://www.writeonforisraelcleveland...by-ori-linder/
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                        • Lionel Mandrake
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                          Reform Rabbi Joins Interfaith Delegation in DC to Protest Anti-Immigrant Law

                          Rabbi Linder: “We are here today to answer the call of our God to ensure not only that we love the stranger, but that our government and its agencies love the stranger as well.”


                          WASHINGTON, D.C., May 13, 2010 —Rabbi John Andrew Linder of Temple Solel in Phoenix, Ariz., today joined Bishop Minerva G. Carcaño of the United Methodist Church, Bishop Gerald Frederick Kicanas of the Roman Catholic Church and other Arizona clergy in an “emergency delegation” visiting Washington, D.C. to condemn Arizona’s Safe Neighborhoods Act (SB 1070). The new law makes failure to carry identification a crime and dangerously extends enforcement of federal immigration law to local police.

                          The delegation of religious leaders began their day with a visit to Senator Charles Schumer’s office to urge his introduction of a comprehensive immigration reform (CIR) bill. Sen. Schumer recently released a framework for a CIR bill known as the Real Enforcement with Practical Answers for Immigration Reform (REPAIR) Act. The passage of SB 1070 in Arizona, and news that twelve other states plan to follow suit, has added a heightened level of urgency to the immigration debate, making the introduction of national legislation all the more vital.

                          Rabbi Linder and the other members of the group also visited members of the Arizona congressional delegation, including Senators Jon Kyl and John McCain and Representatives Gabrielle Giffords and Raúl M. Grijalva.

                          “Our job, as people of faith, is to support human dignity and support human rights from our teachings of love, justice, and compassion,” Rabbi Linder said. “We are here today to answer the call of our God to ensure not only that we love the stranger, but that our government and its agencies love the stranger as well.” A leading advocate for immigration reform, Rabbi Linder joined 12 other Arizona Reform Rabbis last week to send a letter calling on Governor Jan Brewer to repeal SB 1070. (Full text here)

                          The clergy delegation also met with officials in the Department of Justice, the Department of Homeland Security and the White House Domestic Policy Council to discuss humane enforcement measures and urge the President’s leadership on immigration reform.

                          The Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism is the Washington office of the Union for Reform Judaism, whose more than 900 congregations across North America encompass 1.5 million Reform Jews, and the Central Conference of American Rabbis, whose membership includes more than 1,800 Reform rabbis. Visit www.rac.org for more.

                          Read more: http://rac.org/Articles/index.cfm?id...#ixzz2eAe7vaw6
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                          • Lionel Mandrake
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                            What is the origin and meaning of the surname Linder?

                            Linder is one of several variant forms of spelling of a surname of Germanic origin. Other forms of this surname include: Lender, Lindner, Lindo, Lindor, etc.

                            Lindner German and Jewish (Ashkenazic): habitational name from any of numerous places called Lindenau, Linde, Linden, or Linda.Jewish (Ashkenazic): ornamental name from German Linde ‘lime tree’ + the agent suffix -ner.
                            http://www.ancestry.com/name-origin?...urname=lindner

                            Linder habitational name from any of numerous places called Linden or Lindern, named with German Linden ‘lime trees’.
                            http://humora.tripod.com/Surnames.html

                            Linder Swedish ornamental name from lind ‘lime tree’ + either the German suffix -er denoting an inhabitant, or the surname suffix -ér, derived from the Latin adjectival ending -er(i)us.English (mainly southeastern): variant of Lind 2.German: habitational name from any of numerous places called Linden or Lindern, named with German Linden ‘lime trees’.

                            Lindor [ syll. lin-dor, li-nd-or ] The name Lindor is pronounced LIHND-ER †. Lindor's language of origin is Latin. Lindor's meaning is 'he who seduces'.
                            http://www.babynamespedia.com/meaning/Lindor
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                            • Fred O'Malley
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                              Reform Rabbi Joins Interfaith Delegation in DC to Protest Anti-Immigrant Law

                              Rabbi Linder: “We are here today to answer the call of our God to ensure not only that we love the stranger, but that our government and its agencies love the stranger as well.”
                              Not that it dovetails so nicely into the kike agenda to destroy the white race.
                              Government is a DISEASE - FREEDOM is the CURE
                              Integrity is doing the right thing when no one else is watching.
                              “Men fear thought as they fear nothing else on earth — more than ruin, more even than death. Thought is subversive and revolutionary, destructive and terrible, thought is merciless to privilege, established institutions, and comfortable habits; thought is anarchic and lawless, indifferent to authority, careless of the well-tried wisdom of the ages. Thought looks into the pit of hell and is not afraid … Thought is great and swift and free, the light of the world, and the chief glory of man.”Bertrand Russell, Why Men Fight

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                                "The war we are fighting for our race is one that is being fought against our enemies over who will capture the hearts and the minds of our own people."

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