Sunday, November 23, 2014 Kislev 1, 5775

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A few hundred people gathered in Philadelphia's Love Park on an overcast and soggy afternoon last week to show their solidarity with Israel, especially in the wake of stepped-up rocket attacks from the Gaza Strip and, most recently, the killing of eight yeshiva students in Jerusalem. Before the speakers even took to the podium, a number of people, many of...
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Jared Shelly, JE Feature
Despite mounting evidence -- suicide bombings in London and Madrid, repeated terror attacks elsewhere, and incessant and vehement anti-Israeli propaganda -- people worldwide have become afraid to criticize radical Islam and have even taken to censoring themselves, two Mideast experts last week told a local crowd of nearly 1,000 people. "The discussion of these matters has become difficult, if not...
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With the Center City building that housed the Israeli Consulate slated to be converted into residences, the office and its staff have picked up and moved to a temporary location, with the hope of settling into a permanent home some time this summer. Last week, the consulate packed up and moved from its office on South 15th Street -- where...
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Members of the Kol Emet Youth Group in Yardley recently participated in a mitzvah project: The sixth-, seventh- and eighth-graders made fleece pillows for children, then donated them to St. Mary's Pediatric Emergency Room and to Pediatrics Express Emergency Room at Mercer Hospital in Trenton, N.J. Hard at work is eighth-grader Melanie Rose.
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Jared Shelly, JE Feature
Israel is currently fighting "two wars" -- an ongoing struggle against enemies like Hamas, Hezbollah and other terrorists, along with a battle for public opinion that is played out worldwide in newspapers and on television, said a leader of an Israeli media-advocacy group. "If we lose public support in the United States or Europe, Israel would be in serious trouble,"...
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