Thursday, October 23, 2014 Tishri 29, 5775
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Inside the Israeli consulate in Center City, Jerusalem's top diplomat to the region has been working overtime to get his country's message out. Consul General Daniel Kutner says that it's not just a public-relations problem, but a more fundamental effort to delegitimitze Israel. He takes issue with those who suggest that all Israel needs to do is explain its position...
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More than 6,000 people joined in a festive celebration of Israel's 62nd anniversary of independence on Sunday, May 23, at Penn's Landing. There was something for every age and taste, with a busy children's tent, 70 vendors offering items from jewelry to Judaica, and information on ways to connect to the Greater Philadelphia Jewish community. The crowd danced and swayed...
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Jessica Endy, JE Feature
Slava Korabelnikov and Lena Bulych looked like storybook newlyweds sitting in the Penn Valley home of Shelley and Mark Verlin earlier this month. It was the day after the wedding reception the Verlins had held in the couple's honor. The two sat pressed shoulder to shoulder, holding hands, each stealing glances at Bulych's new ring. As idyllic as the scene...
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U.S. Rep. Joe Sestak tends to wax poetic about the values instilled in him during his career in the U.S. Navy, and more than once has used a battleship as a metaphor to describe American foreign policy. (It must be turned around slowly and with care.) The retired three-star admiral can now rightly be called a political giant killer, having...
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Until now, U.S. Sen. Arlen Specter -- one of the most influential Jewish politicians of the last 30 years -- has been known as a political escape artist, achieving electoral victories in the face of probably defeat. Supporters say that the son of an immigrant from Russia, who went from being the lone Jewish kid in Russel, Kan., to the...
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