Saturday, July 30, 2016 Tammuz 24, 5776
By:
Rabbi Arthur Waskow
What do the tents in an ancient Israelite encampment have to do with the U.S. government peering into the phone and Internet records of hundreds of millions of Americans?
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By:
Rafael Medoff, JNS.org
Superman’s Jewish creators found themselves broke, nearly homeless and desperately in need a hero of their own. It’s a story, like all Superman stories, with a happy ending.
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By:
Isaac Lobel, JTA
An Orthodox gay man traces his journey from shame to showing his parents they could love him without guilt.
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By:
Rick Perloff
I feel a little unsettled as we approach this Father’s Day. My father, Robert Perloff, died in April at the age of 92.
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By:
Mark A. Levin
Michael Levin's father hopes to make sure that every Lone Soldier in Israel — what Michael was — is never lonely.
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