Wednesday, August 20, 2014 Av 24, 5774

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Ron Kampeas, Jewish Telegraphic Agency
When Yitzhak Shamir was Israel's prime minister, he liked to point American visitors to a gift he received when he retired as director of the Mossad, Israel's intelligence service. It was a depiction of the famed three monkeys: See no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil. "He didn't say anything," recalled Dov Zakheim, then a deputy undersecretary of defense...
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Philadelphia lawyer or San Antonio warrior? In the jump ball that is life and careers, Glenn Fine of Melrose Park saw it as no contest when it came to choosing between a career amid the legal courts or on the basketball court. Ultimately he chose law: "At 5 foot 9, I didn't think I had much of a future in...
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The Narberth-based Kohelet Foundation is teaming up with the national AVI CHAI Foundation to provide up to $3 million in matching funds in an effort to expand the base of donors supporting Jewish day schools throughout North America. This is the first time the local foundation has helped seed the MATCH program, which the Jewish Funders Network and Partnership for...
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Four local institutions have been awarded grants from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security to be used for facility upgrades designed to deter and detect potential terrorist attacks. Beth Chaim Reform Congregation in Malvern, Chabad Lubavitch of the Main Line in Merion Station, Congregation Mikveh Israel in Old City and the Jewish Family and Children's Service of Greater Philadelphia were...
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Lynn B. Edelman and Paige Guber Jewish Federation Feature
"Love thy neighbor" is a basic tenet of our Judeo-Christian tradition. When individuals learn to work, live and grow together, it enables them to reconcile their differences. This is the premise behind the Galilee Youth Circus, a program that brings together Jewish and Arab young people, ages 6 to 18, for after-school programs in acrobatics and circus arts. These young...
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