Tuesday, July 22, 2014 Tammuz 24, 5774
After the weekend talks in Geneva between world powers and Iran failed to produce an agreement, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he felt the Obama administration was pursuing “a very bad and dangerous deal.” And he may be right.
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Although rumors have been flying for weeks, the Israeli Foreign Ministry has confirmed to the Exponent that the future of the Israeli Consulate to the Mid-Atlantic region, which serves six states, but first and foremost our area, is being debated.
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The questions — and debates — about the role of Jewish arts and culture in shaping and sustaining our identity take on special resonance in the wake of the recent Pew report on American Jews.
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Congregations need to think beyond their walls and find imaginative ways to engage different sectors of the community. Collaboration is key.
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It would be easy for Israelis to abandon the quest for peace, given the Palestinian violence, intransigence and rejectionism over the past two decades. But Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netan­yahu has embarked on a new U.S.-led effort to reach peace.
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