Friday, October 31, 2014 Heshvan 7, 5775

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Jewish Exponent Staff
A Conshohocken man says a Delaware County congregation that shut down last year must transfer the $100,000 he donated a decade ago to another charity.
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Absorbing the word "CEO" into her job description -- and all the responsibility that comes with it -- doesn't faze Ivy Barsky, director and chief operating officer at the National Museum of American Jewish History. She doesn't have time to ponder the change, between coordinating programs, an inaugural traveling exhibition, a survey of the impact of the core collection and...
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Jewish Exponent Staff
Absorbing the word "CEO" into her job description -- and all the responsibility that comes with it -- doesn't faze Ivy Barsky, director and chief operating officer at the National Museum of American Jewish History. She doesn't have time to ponder the change, between coordinating programs, an inaugural traveling exhibition, a survey of the impact of the core collection and...
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Marcy Oster, Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Though the death last weekend of John Demjanjuk brought to a close the seemingly never-ending quest for justice in the case of a man long accused of being a Nazi war criminal, it also brought a premature end to the legal battle over his legacy.
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Executive Editor
Former Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates has joined the chorus of past and current officials warning that a military strike against Iran could produce dire consequences. "If you think the war in Iraq was hard, an attack on Iran would, in my opinion, be a catastrophe," he said in a keynote speech to some 400 donors at the Jewish Federation...
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