Thursday, July 31, 2014 Av 4, 5774

By:
Jack Wertheime
In the middle decades of the 20th century, they were called "mushroom synagogues." They popped up in the waning days of summer to provide High Holiday services, then disappeared at the conclusion of Yom Kippur. Today, "mushroom synagogues" are again in vogue -- but with a critical difference. Where once they were organized mainly by entrepreneurs who saw an opportunity...
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Did a controversial ad tell the truth, has the ADL turned its back on its mission and just where does the GOP stand on the political spectrum these days?
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News that a deal has been reached to free Gilad Shalit sparked cries of joy throughout the Jewish world this week. We applaud the Israeli government for making a tortuous decision and we fervently pray that he arrives home safely and soon so the healing process can begin and the anguish and torment that has engulfed his family will come...
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An ad took potshots at President Obama and "evangelical" candidates sound just like Mideast demigods.
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By:
Jon Rosenberg
Those who observe the Jewish High Holidays are in the midst of a period of intense introspection and "judgment." On Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, piercing shofar blasts will conclude a 25-hour fast, and we will set a course toward making good our obligations to others. This year when the shofar blasts, I hope it will be a call...
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