Wednesday, August 27, 2014 Elul 1, 5774
By:
David Ellenson, JTA
Above all, Leonard Fein was a learned and feeling Jew steeped in the values and teachings of the tradition, Rabbi David Ellenson writes.
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By:
Warren Hoffman
With such a diverse variety of Jewish camping options in this area, the question isn't whether Jewish camp is right for your child, but which is the right one, writes an associate director at the Federation's Center for Jewish Life and Learning.
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By:
Marcia Bronstein
On the 25th anniversary of Mission 1000, which sent a massive contingent to Israel in 1989 to demonstrate support and unity during the first intifada, we must marshal some of that spirit and creativity to continue showing support for democratic values, peace and security in the Middle East, writes a former staff leader of the trip.
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By:
Rabbi Robyn Frisch
Converting to Judaism shouldn't be a "numbers game," writes the director of InterfaithFamily/Philadelphia.
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By:
Sharon Ritz
After finding out that the U.N. Human Rights Council would be accusing Israel of war crimes, a South Jersey mom decides to appeal directly to the commissioner to re-evaluate which side is really at fault.
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