Thursday, March 26, 2015 Nisan 6, 5775

To many people, Jews and South Koreans couldn't be more dissimilar. They don't seem to share such things as language, food, religion, history or geography. Still, that's not the way E. Harris Baum sees it. "They are a people that are very warm and devoted to principles that we believe in as Jewish people: ethics, moral integrity and dedication," said...
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Season's greetings took on a somewhat sour note when I heard a certain salutation amid the jingle bells and paper horns touting a happy new year. "Where's my husband? He's at the store, trying to Jew down the owner for a better price." I happened to be in the lovely resort of Aruba, sifting through children's clothing along with my...
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If Jews weren't seemingly hard-wired to remember everything, especially calamity, the first decade of the 21st century might be one to simply forget. From war in the Middle East to years of bombings in Israel, to global financial collapse and scandal at home, the 2000s -- or whatever we decide to call those 10 years, in retrospect -- will surely...
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Aaron Passman, JE Feature
A Jewish woman in Souderton has filed a religious discrimination lawsuit against her former employer, Clayton H. Landis Company, or CHL Systems, a manufacturing and engineering company also in Souderton. Amy Elsner, the plaintiff, was fired from her position as a document control specialist after a little more than four months, during which her complaint alleges that she was subjected...
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School officials reacted swiftly after a handful of student spectators uttered anti-Semitic chants during a basketball game last week between Lower Merion and Upper Darby high schools. During the closing moments of a Dec. 15 game held at Upper Darby -- a contest Lower Merion won handily -- several parents said that they heard spectators chant, "Warm up the Ovens"...
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