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NEWS Bergoglio Visits the Ardeatine Caves

ardeatineBy Pagine Ebraiche Staff

Pope Jorge Bergoglio visited the Ardeatine Caves last week. The Caves were the site of a massacre carried out in 1944 by Nazi troops killing 335 people, including many Jews. Greeting the Pope were the chief …

NEWS A New Tractate of the Talmud Is Translated in Italian

berakhotBy Pagine Ebraiche staff

Another instalment of the Italian translation of the Babylonian Talmud came out last week.

The Tractate of Berakhot, the first Tractate of the Seder Zeraim that largely deals with agricultural laws, has been published in two …

CULTURE The Museum of Italian Judaism and the Shoah Ready to Debut

meis dossierBy Ada Treves

A complex and multi-shaped reality, comprising national authorities as well as smaller local organizations. A rich heritage including over a hundred institutions from all over Europe. This is the reality that Brigitte Sion depicted in her “Survey …

Politique – La France malade de l’antisémitisme

marianne 2Par Martine Gozlan*

Les attaques au domicile continuent. On profane une seconde fois la stèle à la mémoire d’Ilan Halimi. Internet se déchaîne. Quarante pour cent des actes racistes visent les juifs qui représentent 1 % de la population. Mais, …

CULTURE MEIS, Knowledge and Dialogue

dario disegniBy Dario Disegni*

The opening of the first large building of the “Meis – Museo Nazionale dell’Ebraismo Italiano e della Shoah” (National Museum of Italian Judaism and Shoah) (Meis), with the exhibition “Jews, an Italian history. The first thousand years …

Politique – Le “J’accuse” de Manuel Valls

Par Éric Decouty et Renaud Dély

Marianne : A vos yeux, la France de 2017 est-elle malade de l’antisémitisme ? Quel est votre diagnostic?

Manuel Valls : A observer les statistiques, on pourrait avoir une lecture encourageante. Les actes antisémites …

CULTURE In Ferrara to Explore the Tree of Life

Schermata 2017-12-11 alle 14.49.58By Simonetta Della Seta*

When I visited for the first time the place where we were going to set up the first part of the exhibition of the Meis (Museo nazionale dell’ebraismo italiano e della Shoah), what struck me was …