Wednesday, February 10, 2016 AdarI 1, 5776

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By Steven M. Cohen
The sheer number of American Jewish adults who identify as Conservative and belong to a synagogue has fallen by about 21 percent — from 723,000 adult Jewih congregational members in 1990 to 570,000 in 2013.
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In this week's Editorial, the Jewish Exponent examines the attacks in Paris, what led to them and how to stop future ones.
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People send letters about a torah rededication ceremony and anger at BDS haters.
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By Rafael Medoff
The only genuine nationwide American Jewish elections took place in 1917, for the founding assembly of the American Jewish Congress.
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By Hal Lewis
Americans in general, and American Jews in particular, must come to terms with the blatant hypocrisy that currently informs our political debate, on both sides of the aisle. Simply stated, we need to decide whether cloaking our political positions in religious principle is fair and legitimate discourse.
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