Thursday, December 18, 2014 Kislev 26, 5775

By:
Mitchell Bard
Debates still rage over the actions of American Jewry during the Holocaust. Given the outcome, however, it's hard to dispute that that generation of leaders failed. While today's threat is not the same as the one they faced then, the danger posed by a nuclear Iran is considered an existential one by Israel. The question is whether we are repeating...
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By:
Misha Galperin
Times are changing dramatically in the nonprofit world. In the past year-and-a-half, I have watched once vibrant Jewish nonprofit entities fold or struggle to survive. As a CEO of a large Federation, I had to make some very difficult decisions about how we were going to confront the "new normal" of today's economy. As we mapped out a plan with...
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A Mother's Day Reflection
By:
Joan H. Sadoff
"I am Woman," sung by Helen Reddy, was at the top of the charts. Skirts were short, hair and sideburns were long, and platform shoes were the rage. It was 1973, and the eldest of our four children was about to become the first Bat Mitzvah of her generation in our family. Both sets of grandparents had traveled from Miami...
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Camps Spark an Interest in Oneself and the World I read Joel Einleger's opinion piece with interest ("Why a Specifically 'Jewish' Camp? Let's Count the Reasons," April 22). As the parent of children who have attended Ramah and Pinemere, and as a former JCC Camp Reeta camper, I agree with what he opined about the joys and benefits of Jewish...
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Despite Iran's twisted effort to hijack this week's nuclear nonproliferation conference at the United Nations, the United States and other Western nations turned the heat back on the Islamic Republic's obfuscation when it comes to its own nuclear program. But walking out on Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad during his speech -- as several nations did -- is not enough. Too...
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