Friday, November 28, 2014 Kislev 6, 5775
By:
Cheryl Halpern
Twenty-five years ago, I joined hundreds of thousands of fellow Americans on the National Mall to draw attention to the plight of Soviet Jews. But this movement did not come to the Jewish community speedily.
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By:
Marina Furman, JE Feature
I have now lived in freedom for almost half of my life but who I am as a person, as a parent and a Jew will always be defined by the word “refusenik.”
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By:
Josh Shapiro
I’ve often been asked why I chose a career in public service and what the impetus was for such a life decision.
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By:
Morton Klein and Daniel Mandel
The U.N. General Assembly has voted to make “Palestine” a “non-member state” of the United Nations.
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In welcoming intermarried families, congregations must maintain sacred traditions while meeting demands made by the modern world
By:
Rabbi Neil S. Cooper
When it comes to welcoming interfaith families, our struggle is to find the right balance between tradition and change, between Jewish practice and secular norms.
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