Friday, October 31, 2014 Heshvan 7, 5775
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Jessica Steinberg, Jewish Telegraphic Agency
It's a question many a shopper in Israel has pondered, particularly if they've spent time overseas. Why does this fill-in-the-blank cost more in Israel? Whether it's a box of Cheerios, a supply of Ziploc bags or a shirt from H&M, Israelis are paying more for many consumer goods than their counterparts in Europe and North America. Consider the price for...
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For Rabbi Ira Budow, headmaster of the Abrams Hebrew Academy, the prisoner exchange leading to the release of kidnapped Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit served as the ultimate teachable moment.
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Felice Perlmutter always believed her son, Saul, was special and she often told anyone who would listen about his brilliance as a scientist.
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U.S. Rep. Patrick Meehan's second trip to Israel was very different from his first, taken a little more than a year ago. Then, the former prosecutor, a Republican, was a candidate seeking to represent the state's seventh district, which includes Delaware County. But now, he's a freshman lawmaker who traveled with a GOP Congressional delegation and was able to meet...
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Hillel Kuttler, JE Feature
Six thousand miles separate Harriet Levin and Leah Eisemann, but the three rows between their sons' graves continue to draw the two women together. Last week, they were standing side by side at the Mt. Herzl Military Cemetery in Jerusalem to mark the fifth yahrzeit of Michael Levin, the Bucks-County-boy-turned-soldier who was killed during a battle with Hezbollah, four years...
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