Sunday, May 24, 2015 Sivan 6, 5775

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Jared Shelly, JE Feature
When Igamal Ayali lined up at forward during a recent basketball game in Philadelphia, the 17-year-old Israeli concentrated on shooting with perfect form. He thought about muscling his way into a better position for rebounds. He focused on different ways to defend his opponent. But perhaps the last thing on his mind was his small village near Nahariya. He and...
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Ben G. Frank, JE Feature
A "magnificent and tragic city": Certainly, an apt title for a locale that endured 900 days of hell during the World War II blockade of the then-Leningrad, now again called St. Petersburg. Tragedy, of course. A million souls died, most from starvation. While not forgotten, today this shiny, glittering renaissance city of Peter the Great -- this "window on the...
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Roy S. Gutterman, JE Feature
If you thought the circus was just for children, you haven't been dating much lately. The dating world might be renamed the "Greatest Show on Earth." Nowadays, dating sometimes almost feels like a three-ring circus: part-spectacle, part-freak show. Of course, dating has long been part-show business. Every date is like a little show. You put on your nice clothes, a...
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Hans Koebler had heard stories from his grandfather, who had been a member of the Hitler youth. And he had learned about the Holocaust in school, but the youth had trouble wrapping his mind around events that took place before he was born. "It's not personal for us anymore as kids," said Koebler, 17. "It's dimensions we can't think of...
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Gratz College is planning to establish a policy institute that will focus on Israel and Middle Eastern affairs. To be called the Center for Democracy in the Middle East, it will analyze the nature of the discourse taking place on college campuses across the country about these hot-button subjects. Administrators at the Elkins Park school, as well as backers of...
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