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FEATURING ELEZ BERESIN-SCHER - On Friday February 2nd Jewish students on more than a dozen college campuses across the United States organized “Shabbat for Ceasefire” events to sing, pray, and perform their tradition to call for an end to Israel’s genocidal war on Gaza. Jewish Voice for Peace, which helped organize the events, said in a press release, “Rather than seeing their Jewish identity and organizing for a ceasefire as somehow at odds, these Jewish students center ‘tikkun olam,’ repairing the world, as a core tenet of the Judaism which compels them to organize for a ceasefire in Gaza and a free Palestine.”

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