Friday, October 31, 2014 Heshvan 7, 5775
One of the major strengths of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee has always been its ability to cross political lines and demand that Israel remain a bipartisan issue. The same must hold true when it comes to the matter of Iran. With so much at stake, it does no one good -- least of all Israel, but also the...
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Jewish women have come a long way since the days of Esther, the heroine of the Purim story whose bravery and guile saved the Jewish people from annihilation at the hands of the Persians.
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These days, every business that seeks a viable future is being forced to rethink its ways. The same is true of our Jewish institutions in general, and our synagogues -- once the pillar of Jewish American life -- in particular. Which is why the Jewish Learning Venture should be applauded for launching a series of programs for synagogue lay and...
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Egypt files criminal charges against Americans for promoting democracy. Syria intensifies its brutal offensive against its own citizens. And a unity agreement between rival Palestinian factions threatens to shut the door on relations with Israel for the foreseeable future. One year after uprisings in the Arab world inspired a mix of awe and fear, it's not a pretty picture. The...
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Super Sunday may not be as glitzy a production as the Super Bowl, but we all have a stake in ensuring we make it to the end zone. The annual rite of passage for our Jewish community has become more than an important day for raising much-needed funds to support programs at home and beyond. The daylong phone-a-thon at the...
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