Daily Jewce: Post-Rubashkin Postville, Eisenberg’s Books, A Century Of LA Jews, A Year In Books, And More
By Jewcy Staff / December 8, 2011
In the news today: How an Iowa town tries to cope, Egypt’s problems, celebrating Jews in Los Angeles, a yeah in books, and much more. Read More
- Postville, Iowa after the town lost more than 20 percent of it’s population in the raids the put Sholom Rubashkin in prison.
- Rabbis, priests, and other religious leaders object to the LAPD’s methods of clearing Occupy protesters.
- Just in time for 100 years of Jews in the City of Angels.
- What author Deborah Eisenberg read in 2011. You can read the entire series of author’s picks at The Millions.
- The Jewish Book Council reviews Umberto Eco’s The Prague Cemetery.
- Islam vs Islam in Egypt.