Saturday, August 30, 2014 Elul 4, 5774
This week’s Supreme Court decision to allow town meetings to open with sectarian prayer issue raises all kinds of questions regarding the coercion of religion and undermines the notion of religious neutrality that must be upheld in a democratic society.
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While it's not cause for celebration, Israel's decision to step away from peace talks with Fatah, which agreed to joine a controversial unity government with Hamas, is more than justifiable.
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The late educator played a major role in cultivating Jewish life at home, in Israel and even in the U.S. Navy, and his influence will continue to be felt long after his passing.
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The recent Kansas City shootings serve as sad reminders that anti-Semitism still exists and gun control legislation has lost momentum.
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As we recount the Exodus story on Passover, we should pause to consider Moses's leadership abilities — especially as today's Jewish community faces its own personal Mitzrayim.
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