Thursday, October 2, 2014 Tishri 8, 5775
By:
Mark Taylor
My journey to Judaism began on my first date with my future wife in 1982. It may have taken me 30 years to become a Jew officially, but one’s identity is an evolving concept, rather than a static state of mind.
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By:
Andrew J. Tabler
Neither the war-weary American public nor the Syrian opposition wants a full-scale U.S. land invasion to topple Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, but the United States still can pursue a measured but assertive course.
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By:
Ami Eden, JTA
The editor of JTA, a graduate of the cross-cultural exchange program that former U.S. Rep. Bill Gray co-founded, reflects on the politician's death.
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By:
Edgar M. Bronfman
Just as the Supreme Court has shown moral bravery in its recognition of gay marriage, the Jewish community should follow its example in our myriad communities.
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By:
Linda Maizels
By sponsoring a summer camp promoting the boycott of Israel, the American Friends Service Committee places itself at cross purposes with its own mission statement, argues the Jewish Federation's point person on Israel.
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