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soc.culture.jewish FAQ: Miscellaneous and References (11/12)
Section - Question 20.5: What are some good Jewish links on the WWW?

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                                  Answer:
   You couldn't have asked an easy question, could you. There are *lots*,
   and I mean *lots* of Jewish links. The FAQ used to contain a list of
   links, but keeping this list up-to-date grew increasingly difficult
   (we're talking about 25 pages of links!). Instead, here is a list of
   some of the best "central link" sites, from which you should be able
   to find other resources.
     * [5]Judaism and Jewish Resources World Wide Web Site. This site has
       over 400 links, including all major Jewish, Hebrew, and Israeli
       resources on the World Wide Web
       <[6]http://shamash.org/trb/judaism.html>.
     * [7]Conversion Web Site (<http://www.convert.org>). Dr. Lawrence J.
       Epstein, a member of the Joint Commission on Intermarriage of the
       Rabbinical Assembly/United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism, and
       an author of a number of books, pamphlets and articles on
       conversion, has set up this web page for those seeking information
       on conversion to Judaism. Although Conservative Judaism is
       emphasized, USA addresses and phone numbers for obtaining
       information from the Orthodox (RCA), Reform and Reconstructionist
       movements are provided.
     * [8]Youth Movement Web Sites. Link Pages.
       <[9]http://www.youth.org.il/mov.htm>
     * [10]Jewish Feminist Website. A collection of pointers to Jewish
       Feminist Resources.
       (<[11]http://world.std.com/~alevin/jewishfeminist.html>)
     * [12]Orthodox Union. From here, you can get to numerous pages on
       Kashrut, including an article on [13]Thinking Kosher, a [14]primer
       on Kashrut, and [15]Kosher Talk, a jumping off point for accessing
       the OU Kashuth Databases. (<[16]http://www.ou.org/>)
     * [17]JewishGen: The Official Home of Jewish Genealogy. If you are
       looking for Jewish Geneological Information, this is the place.
       There's too much here to describe succinctly.
       (<[18]http://www.jewishgen.com/>)
     * [19]SABRAnet -- Where Israel comes alive on the Internet. These
       pages provide links of news and information, as well as original
       text, images, chat, and multimedia features relating to the State
       of Israel. (<[20]http://www.sabranet.com/>)
     * [21]Project Genesis: Torah on the Information Superhighway. The
       top of a series of pages dedicated to the learning of Torah, with
       extensive archives and links to other Jewish learning sites.
       Orthodox perspective. (<[22]http://www.torah.org/>)
     * [23]Torah Study Opportunities on the Net. This page provides links
       to both Orthodox and Non-Orthodox locations on the Internet that
       support the study of Torah. This includes web sites, mailing
       lists, and pointers to archive of past study sessions. All
       pointers are extensively annotated.
       (<[24]http://uahcweb.org/torahnet/>)
     * [25]AishDas Society. This is a group committed to the advancement
       of meaningful worship in the Orthodox Jewish community. This page
       provides a weekly publication of selected divrei Torah on the
       parashah from around the Internet (downloadable Microsoft Word
       document). It also provides a [26]Guide to Torah Study
       Opportunities on the net, limited to those with a traditional
       perspective. Orthodox perspective. Uses frames.
       (<[27]http://aishdas.org/>)
     * [28]Global Jewish Information Network. A reference for all things
       Jewish on the Internet. Includes information on network tools,
       Hebrew in the net, libraries, Email lists, newsgroups, Jewish
       networking, and the Global Jewish Information Network.
       (<[29]http://www.jewishnet.net/>)
     * [30]Shamash: The Jewish Internet Consortium. A central point for
       Jewish Information from a large number of Jewish organizations.
       Also includes a large number of Jewish mailing list archives.
       (<[31]http://www.shamash.org/>)
     * [32]Virtual Jerusalem. Virtual Jerusalem is a user-friendly,
       regularly updated index of "neighborhoods" covering the full
       spectrum of Jewish and Israeli life, including arts and
       entertainment, science and technology, business and finance,
       religion, politics, travel, children and education. (<
       [33]http://www.virtualjerusalem.com/>)
     * [34]Jewish America. A site with the goal of providing a link
       between those who seek and those who provide Torah / Traditional
       information, products, and services.
       (<[35]http://www.JewishAmerica.com/>)
     * [36]The Ultimate Jewish/Israel Link Launcher. A volunteer-prepared
       collection of over 4,601 links.
       (<[37]http://ucsu.colorado.edu/~jsu/launcher.html>)
     * [38]Jewish Euro Web Link. A comprehensive list of links to Jewish
       websites in Europe, currently more than sixty individual sites in
       18 countries, ranging from newspapers to student groups to
       communal bodies, developed by the European Council of Jewish
       Communities (ECJC). (<[39]http://www.ort.org/ecjc>)
       
   These sites are sponsored by different organizations, so they have
   different info and different flavors. They have Hebrew and English
   bible texts and commentaries, Jewish-oriented software, info on Israel
   and Judaism, and much, much more.

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