Thursday, August 21, 2014 Av 25, 5774

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When 25-year-old Dovi Meles completes his training with the U.S. Army, he could called upon to serve anywhere in the world.
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The restaurateurs behind Citron and Rose, a kosher Main Line restaurant, were considering for their menu a fish dish that they weren’t entirely satisfied with.
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It was a thrilling foot race right down to the wire — and when the contest was over, it was Israel that became a deciding factor in the outcome.
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Helen Gottstein sits at the head of the room with her legs crossed and a scarf draped over her head. She tells the Philadelphia audience seated before her that she lives in Jerusalem and is a mother of 10 children, none of whom she wants serving in the Israeli army.
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JTA Staff
A week after “Superstorm” Sandy swept into the New York area with fierce winds, driving rain and a high tide for the history books, the nation’s largest Jewish community was still picking up the pieces. JTA gathered stories from around the storm zone about Sandy’s destruction, the recovery and the remarkable tales of human kindness.
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