Article requests: *Category:Irish people of Jewish descent was deleted July 9th for being empty and useless. I recreated the category with a proper structure and even included content (Bob Geldof for one!). My new category was then subsequently deleted based on the discussion which got the old version deleted. However none the arguements which favoured deletion do not apply to the new version I created. I have been told its a lengthy process to get the category back up even under my new structure. Please can I get support from this WikiProject!! Colt .55 (talk) 19:22, 27 July 2011 (UTC)
Look, there must be hundreds of "citation needed" signs all over the place which refer to stuff clearly stated in the Talmud(Gemora). Can't anyone see if they can sort them all out??? i'm new here so i don't know if there's a specific list, nut they pop up all over the place - for instance, there's no source for the messiah cited! NOTE: As far as the issur of disseminating the talmud is concerned (which is a legitimate concern for orthodox jews) as far as i know it is the 'learning' of talmud that is ossur, not the teaching of facts.--188.8.131.52 (talk) 13:30, 16 December 2009 (UTC)
Criticism of Moses: the article could use some counterpoints, like most other criticism articles have in some form or another, as right now it is simply a list of criticisms.-- g.j.g (talk) 21:30, 13 November 2009 (UTC)
Mahmoud Ahmadinejad: Allegations for his Jewishness are not well sourced and there is a stormy discussion on the aritcle's talk page whether to refer to his alleged Jewish background in the aritcle body. It was previously included in special ethnicity entry in the infobox and in the lead and early life paragraph.--Gilisa (talk) 10:25, 5 October 2009 (UTC)
Maimonides : The "Philosophy" paragraph contain correct data but with no citations. It's not too much work I guess.--Gilisa (talk) 16:21, 29 September 2009 (UTC)
The Twelve Spies (or some other name) to deal with the scouts sent by Moses and their significance.
Book of Ezekiel - Why is there no discussion of some of the most famous and perplexing passages in the entire Hebrew Bible? Ezekiel complained about people burning their children to death. "And you took your sons and your daughters, whom you had borne to me, and these you sacrificed to them to be devoured. Were your harlotries so small a matter that you slaughtered my children and delivered them up as an offering by fire to them?" (Ezek. 16:20-21) The Book of Ezekiel then states that God purposely gave bad laws which discouraged life and, by some interpretations, these laws led the people to believe that they should offer gifts of their first born by fire. This contradicts the text of the Torah as we know it, and all of Jewish and Christian interpretation of it. Nonetheless, Ezekiel talks about this as a point of view apparently accepted as truthful by at least some major segment of the population. See the discussion page for my start on this.
There are a number of red links at Wikipedia:WikiProject Judaism/Encyclopedic articles, for which apparently there is no article in WP to match a topic in The New Encyclopedia of Judaism (New York University Press, 2002); also, when articles do exist, they may be lacking in Jewish content.
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