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Tuesday, 7 September 2021

Barbara Spectre on Jewish Influence in Europe

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  1. The BBC has admitted that a Radio 4 documentary on an alleged chemical weapon attack in Syria contained serious inaccuracies.

    The Corporation's Executive Complaints Unit (ECU) upheld a protest from Mail on Sunday columnist Peter Hitchens following last November's broadcast of Mayday: The Canister On The Bed.

    Adjudicators agreed that the programme by BBC investigative journalist Chloe Hadjimatheou failed to meet the Corporation's editorial standards for accuracy by reporting false claims.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9958679/BBC-admits-Syria-gas-attack-report-flaws-complaint-Peter-Hitchens.html

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  2. Who is BLS ?
    sources Wikipedia
    Barbara Spectre was born in Madison, Wisconsin. She studied philosophy at Columbia University and NYU, attaining a PhD in Philosophy. She married Rabbi Philip Spectre, and the couple moved in 1967 to Ashkelon, Israel, where she served on the faculty of Jewish Studies at Achva College of Education. After moving to Jerusalem in 1982, she served on the philosophy faculty of the Shalom Hartman Institute of Jerusalem, the Melton Center of the Hebrew University, and Yellin College of Education, where she was cited as Outstanding Lecturer 1995–1997. She was the founding chairperson of the Schechter Institute in Jerusalem in 1984

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    More than 600 graduate students specialize in fourteen Jewish study tracks including art, women's studies, family and community studies, teaching, informal education, and classical Jewish disciplines such as Bible, Talmud, Midrash, and Jewish Thought. Its newest program - Marpeh - unique to Israel - combines Health-care Chaplaincy with a degree in Family and Community Studies.

    The Schechter Institute has 56 full- and part-time faculty members and over 1,200 M.A. graduates. Many work in the Israeli school system as principals and teachers, in the Ministry of Education in management positions, including curriculum planning, or in the nationwide Community Center Association. Schechter research centers include the Center for Women and Jewish Law, the Center for Judaism and the Arts, and the Center for Applied Jewish Law.
    Notable faculty

    David Golinkin, Talmud and Jewish Law
    Eliezer Schweid, Jewish philosophy
    Shamma Friedman,[2][circular reference] Talmud

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