Thursday, October 30, 2014 Heshvan 6, 5775

Jewish worshippers gather for a special priestly blessing last Sunday during the holiday of Sukkot at the Western Wall, Judaism's holiest prayer site, in the Old City.
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Rabbi David Gutterman, JE Feature
Shemini Atzeret, Deuteronomy 14:22-16:17 With all due respect to U.N. resolutions 242 and 338 regarding so-called "occupied territory," let me explain what these words really mean. When my granddaughter, Ariel Daizy, comes to our house for a Shabbat or Yom Tov, the house becomes -- in the most delicious and sweetest sense of the word -- occupied territory. You can't...
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Jared Shelly, JE Feature
The Zoning Hearing Board of Lower Moreland Township will need to hear more testimony before deciding whether to allow cell-phone carrier T-Mobile to build a 130-foot cell tower on the grounds of Shalom Memorial Park and Forest Hills Cemetery near Byberry and Pine roads. At a Sept. 25 hearing held at the Huntingdon Valley Library, angry citizens protested the proposed...
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A little girl in Israel awaits the building of her family's sukkah -- in this case, an elaborate affair that will require much wood and manual construction. Once up, the sukkah will serve as a place to dine and sleep; coupled with the lulav and etrog, it comprises what's needed to celebrate the Festival of Booths, which begins the evening...
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Rabbi Nancy H. Wiener
SUKKOT Exodus 33:12-34:26 The entire festival of Sukkot is designated as holy time, with special commandments -- shaking the lulav and etrog, sitting or dwelling in a sukkah -- to be performed throughout. Yet the first and last days of the festival are distinct from the interim days, which are considered both holy and ordinary. It is this very in-between...
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Religious Events

Fri. Oct 31
Germantown Jewish Centre
6:00 PM
Fri. Oct 31
Old York Road Temple-Beth Am
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Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel
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