Saturday, September 20, 2014 Elul 25, 5774

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Michelle Mostovy-Eisenberg, JE Feature
Israeli political activist Moshe Feiglin has been described in various ways -- none particularly flattering -- by his country's media and by international news outlets: fascist, extremist, radical protester, terrorist. But when the controversial right-wing politician took to the lectern during a speech last week in University City, he used his remarks to clarify what his political goals and intent...
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Israel represents a sizable business opportunity for private American military contractors, although getting a foot in the door, and then navigating the tangle of bureaucracy and regulations, can sometimes be a challenge, according to several speakers at the "U.S./Israel Defense Business Forum." "You can't just knock on the door and get a meeting," warned panelist Elliot Dater, a former counsel...
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Residents of the Madlyn and Leonard Abramson Center for Jewish Life in Horsham and students from Beth Tikvah-B'nai Jeshurun in Erdenheim sang, danced and looked a little silly when "Hat Man" Larry Oxenberg came to visit. Modeling just some of the many hats in his collection are (in back, from left) Abramson Center resident Miriam Blitzstein, Oxenberg and students (in...
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Fifth-graders participated in a recent program at Tiferet Bet Israel in Blue Bell called "Torah Academy." As part of the Hebrew curriculum, this pilot extracurricular program began in January 2007, teaching fourth- and fifth-graders to read Torah from the ground up. They learned Torah trop -- the signs in the Chumash that tell the reader how each word should be...
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Fifth-grade students from Perelman Jewish Day School's Stern Center recently held an Invention Convention, where teachers encouraged the students to look closely at themselves and the world around them. Students read biographies of inventors and dressed like them as they explained, in the first person, the inventor's life and invention. Discussions also took place addressing the moral implications of inventing...
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