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Azerbaijan Is Now Between a Rock and Iran

 "Fate chooses your relations, you choose your friends." -- French poet Jacques Delille Azerbaijan's recent arrest of 22 people on suspicion of plotting Iran-backed attacks...

Learning True Nature of Judaism While Davening in East Africa

We take for granted that we can go to the supermarket and buy boxes of Passover matzah. For the Abayudaya community in Uganda, it's...
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How Counting the Omer Speaks to Our Collective Responsibility

On the second night of Passover, observant Jews began a practice known as S'firat Ha-Omer, counting the barley sheaf, a ritual counting of each...

125 Years — and More

Long before April 15 became synonymous with "tax day" (1955) and the sinking of the Titanic (1912), the date heralded a more welcome arrival:...

Fear Must Not Rule Us

 If you haven't taken a good hard look at the sweet, innocent faces of the Jewish children struck down in cold blood in France...

We Must All Seize This Time to Evoke Best of Jewish Traditon

The story of Passover is a story shared by both Jews and Christians. And in a sense, it is a story that speaks to...

Don’t Be Fooled by the BDS Movement’s Hidden Agenda

With this year's National Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions Conference set to take place at the University of Pennsylvania in early February, it's important to...
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Crossing the Red Line?

The convergence of heightened tensions with Iran and the official start to the 2012 presidential primary season could be good or bad timing, depending...