Monday, December 22, 2014 Kislev 30, 5775

By:
Ron Kampeas, JTA
While Jewish groups backing President Barack Obama’s call to strike Syria focus on moral outrage and U.S. national security, concern for Israel — however muted — also looms large.
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By:
Ben Sales, JTA
Three decades of Ethiopian immigration to Israel culminated with the arrival of two planes at Ben-Gurion Airport on Aug. 28, the 450 immigrants on board representing the last of more than 125,000 Ethiopians who have come during that period.
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A guidance counselor who wrote about budget cuts wreaking havoc on city schools in the Exponent took her message to the stage.
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By:
JTA
Israel’s military sent home many of the reservists called up to deal with the threat from Syria.
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By:
JTA
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said his country is "calm and self-assured" after President Obama’s announcement that he will go to Congress before launching a military strike on Syria.
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