Saturday, April 30, 2016 Nisan 22, 5776
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Rabbi Deborah Waxman
The concepts of embracing strangers and B’tzelem Elohim in the Torah are a starting point for the American Jewish discussion about the current humanitarian disaster in Syria and Iraq.
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By:
Shifra Vega | JE Feature
A woman's father proves that it is never too late to honor someone's good deeds, especially when it involves something as elemental as saving a life during the Holocaust.
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By:
Avital Leibovich
The vast majority of Israelis have condemned this violence. The silence from the Palestinian Authority regarding acts of terror acts has, in contrast, been deafening.
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By:
Susie Gelman
What is hurting the State of Israel is the atmosphere in which this kind of blood lust — something we are used to seeing with the Islamic State, even with Palestinians celebrating the deaths of terrorist martyrs, but not from fellow Jews — finds expression in one of the holiest of Jewish life cycle events, a wedding.
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By Naomi Paiss
Pending legislation in the Israeli Knesset would make it even harder for progressive non-governmental organizations to do their jobs.
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