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The mugs make a simple but perfect gift that will be a delight to use each morning. There are square all-ceramic trays, trays of wood inlaid with ceramic tiles, and an eight-piece tray of seven ceramic sections which fit into a decorative metal frame.Judeo-Persian is the common name for both the literary and spoken forms of Jewish Iranian language varieties.Linguist: Daughter of a mother whose first language was Yiddish, Weiss is fluent in German and Hebrew, and is “proficient” in Talmudic Aramaic and Yiddish.

Since then Armenian ceramics have been ubiquitous in Jerusalem and a popular souvenir item.That has included establishing small, chavurah-style prayer-and-learning communities, designing and writing egalitarian Jewish marriage contracts for Jews uncomfortable with traditional, Orthodox-style ketubot, contributing to T’ruah’s recent Anti-Slavery Haggadah and serving on its board, co-editing jewschool.com, a progressive Jewish blog, and creating Yenta Net, a pluralistic matchmaking group, that puts a special emphasis on Jews who often face discrimination on the dating scene, such as Jews of color, Jews by choice and LGBTQ Jews.Sax appeal: Beginning with an interest in jazz she inherited from her father, Weiss has expanded into klezmer, which she calls “infectious” and “deeply emotional.” She’s formed and performed in several bands, playing saxophone, a skill she began refining at 7.In addition to Judeo-Persian from Persia/Iran, it frequently includes Judeo-Tadjik / Tajik / Tadzhik (otherwise known as Bukharan, Judeo-Bukharan, Bukhari, Bukharit) and sometimes also Judeo-Tat (Cuhuri / Juhuri / Dzhuhuri, the language of the Mountain Jews in Dagestan and Northern Azerbayjan, known in Israel under such misleading names as Kavkazit / Qawqazit, and even Dagestanit).More precisely, Judeo-Persian refers to a literary form of New Persian specific to Jewish texts.

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