Wednesday, September 17, 2014 Elul 22, 5774
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Ron Kampeas, Jewish Telegraphic Agency
WASHINGTON President Barack Obama enjoys the support of three-fifths of American Jews, according to the latest American Jewish Committee survey, a significant improvement over where he stood half a year ago in the organization's polling. The poll, released Monday, shows Obama with 61 percent of the Jewish vote, as opposed to 28 percent for Mitt Romney, the former Massachusetts governor...
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Mati Wagner, Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Tel Aviv Capitalism in pursuit of social justice. The notion is becoming more common in Israel as a new generation of entrepreneurs and innovators in the fields of high-tech, industry and real estate is delving into philanthropy. "The culture of venture capital and the startup nation also transfers into innovation in the field of philanthropy," Andres Spokoiny, president of the...
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The Israelis and Americans seem to be on different pages regarding the timing of a potential Israeli strike on Iranian nuclear facilities, but U.S. Rep. Deborah Wasserman Schultz (D-Fla.), chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee, said the debate has in no way detracted from the close relationship between Jerusalem and Washington. Wasserman Schultz, perhaps Obama's chief surrogate in the Jewish...
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Marcy Oster, Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Jerusalem On the eve of Passover, the Israeli army is embarking on one of its biggest operations of the year. Whether in the field, on a base or with family living abroad, "every last soldier has everything he needs for seder night," asserts Capt. Ze'ev Rosens, rabbi of the Israel Defense Forces Tank School in southern Israel. Preparation for the...
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Boaz Arad | JTA
Tears run down the face of Kohata Yuriko as she recalls the events of March 11 last year, when a massive 9.0 magnitude earthquake struck off the coast of eastern Japan in the early afternoon.
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