Thursday, November 20, 2014 Heshvan 27, 5775

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Martins Run Senior Living Community in Media is rededicating a historic Torah scroll that was written in what is now the Czech Republic and was used by a Jewish community that was decimated in the Holocaust. Jirik Schreiber, an 86-year-old man from Lipnik, Czech Republic, was slated to take part in the ceremony via Skype on April 19 to coincide...
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The University of Pennsylvania is launching a new digital partnership with the USC Shoah Foundation Institute that makes available on Penn's campus all of the video testimonies of Holocaust survivors and other witnesses collected by the foundation. Penn is currently the only site in the state where individuals have access to the 52,000 video testimonies that have been recorded in...
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Jewish Exponent Staff
The Iranian nuclear threat is not just a Jewish issue but could be a major factor -- and an unpredictable one -- for the general electorate in this year's presidential contest, according to William Kristol, a leading Jewish conservative intellectual. "I won't be surprised to see Israeli action against Iran this summer, and that is a total wild card," Kristol,...
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When Haley Simon entered sixth grade last year, she started school with the confidence to wear hair extensions and to be herself -- quirks and all. But in the world of middle school, she soon discovered, the consequences of seeming just a bit different proved to be severe. The bullying began on school grounds, with students hurling insults at her...
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Lucy Taus Katz, Jewish Exponent Feature
It's been more then 65 years since World War II ended and the concentration camp inmates were liberated. But for some, even after they were set free from the camps, there was another kind of prison that kept them captive: a prison of the heart, the mind and the soul. I thought I knew the basic details of my life:...
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