Sunday, January 25, 2015 Shevat 5, 5775

By:
Simone Rodan-Benzaquen
The latest terrorist attacks in France show that the problem of radical Islam affects the entire country and not just its Jewish population, writes the director of the American Jewish Committee's Paris office.
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The international community's response to Islamic extremism in France will be critical to the future of French Jewry as well as European society and the world as a whole.
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By:
Rabbi Amy Eilberg
While individuals in Paris claimed religious sanction for grotesque acts of bloodshed, rabbinical students learned how Judaism — and other religions — can offer wisdom, tools and inspiration for the transformation of conflict, both at home and abroad.
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Even though it's cold and blustery now, it's time to start thinking about the warmth of Jewish summer camp.
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By:
Ben Cohen, JNS.org
If publicly commemorating the Holocaust requires Jews to play down their affiliation with Israel and the significance of a Jewish state, then maybe we'd be better off without an international day to commemorate it, a JNS analyst writes.
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