Friday, August 29, 2014 Elul 3, 5774

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Shelley Greenbaum | JE Feature
My husband, Don Greenbaum, 86 and still going strong, served in World War II as a forward observer, operating on the front lines. While he was in Colmar, France, a friend and fellow Wynnefield boy, Sidney Geller, died alongside him while they were on the battlefield. Don was devastated by the loss and, throughout the war, he was haunted by...
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Under Tunisian President Zine el Abidine Ben Ali, who ruled the North African nation with an iron fist for 24 years, the country's ancient and tiny Jewish community was a protected minority.
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As a Jew who grew up Rapid City, S.D., spent two decades as an officer in the U.S. Army and is a member of the Republican Party, Dan Adelstein knows a thing or two about being in the minority.
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Ann Weiss | JE Feature
It's been 25 years since I first stepped onto the blood-soaked terrain of Auschwitz-Birkenau for the first time, 25 years since I first saw photos that were to change my life -- photos that Hitler never wanted anyone to see.
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Karen Wendkos | JE Feature
When David S. Engel heard of a proposal to establish a monument for fallen Jewish chaplains at Arlington National Cemetery, he immediately picked up the phone and called the director of the JWB's Jewish Chaplains Council and asked, "What can I do to help?"
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