Tuesday, February 9, 2016 Shevat 30, 5776
By:
Mark Levin and Anna Chukhno
With Ukraine divided along linguistic and religious lines, many Ukrainians disillusioned by pervasive corruption and government ineptness are turning to nationalist ideology.
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By:
Rabbi Neil Cooper
The theological debate over the role of God in the aftermath of the Newtown, Conn. school massacre continues to play out in the Jewish Exponent. For another view, see related stories and our letters section.
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By:
Moshe Kantor
One of the seminal slogans of the 20th century was the refrain “Never again!” This cry that rose from the ashes of the Shoah was meant to ensure that there would be no repeat of the greatest tragedy in modern European history.
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By:
Aliza Zeff
As a traditionally apolitical person, I have not been passionate about right- or left-wing politics in Israel. But after making aliyah from Philadelphia five months ago, that has changed.
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By:
Mike Weilbacher
Sundown Friday night marks the beginning of Tu ­B’She­vat, the New Year for trees. In shuls across the region, Jews mark the occasion in a variety of ways, many recreating the seder invented by those clever kabbalists in Tzfat 500 years ago, drinking four glasses of wine that progress from winter white to the deep red of summer. But what...
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