Friday, February 12, 2016 AdarI 3, 5776
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Burt Siegel
The recent, sudden death of my good friend Jerry Mondesire is another example of how the loss of someone who made a profound difference in our city and the relationships among her people can provide an opportunity to give thanks.
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By Steven Fine
Muslim commentators in recent years have purveyed the belief that there never was a Jewish temple on the Haram al-Sharif.
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By:
Daniel Lubetzky
Every fall, I reflect on the meaning behind a message from Rabbi Hillel: “In a place where there is no humanity, strive thou to be human.”
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By:
stephen M. Flatow
The heartbreaking murder of Rabbi Eitam Henkin and his wife, Naama, gunned down by Palestinian terrorists in front of their children, will generate tear-filled eulogies and anguished recitations of Psalms throughout the Jewish world. But then what?
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JTA
Three Jewish educators reject the new conventional wisdom that Conservative Judaism is a synonym for failure, as inaccurate and destructive .
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