Monday, December 29, 2014 Tevet 7, 5775
By:
Anthony Weiss, JTA
From Ikar and Nashuva to newer start-ups like The Kitchen and Miskhan, female spiritual leaders are breaking congregational molds — and discussing ways they can support each other.
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By:
Uriel Heilman, JTA
Because U.S. law bars sending weapons or combat equipment to foreign armies and the Israel Defense Forces does not want to be seen as a charity case, sending U.S. Jewish aid to Israeli soldiers can be a bit of a touchy subject.
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By:
Steve Lipman, New York Jewish Week
The stabbing of a young rabbinical student highlights the vulnerability of many large yeshivas and synagogues.
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By:
JTA, New York Jewish Week
American Jewish community officials have been on the lookout for an attack on a synagogue ever since terrorists killed four worshippers and a policeman in Jerusalem last month.
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By:
Ron Kampeas, JTA
President Obama’s secretary of defense nominee has been depicted in the media as the un-Chuck Hagel. Yet on Israel policy, Carter would represent more continuity than change should he be confirmed.
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