Monday, September 1, 2014 Elul 6, 5774

What's the Message When You Use Such Language? Given that Jewish leaders as diverse as Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the Reform movement's Rabbi Eric Yoffie agree that Jewish neighborhoods in Jerusalem that lie across the Israel-Jordan 1949 cease-fire lines are not settlements, the Jewish Exponent should not have run a Jewish Telegraphic Agency article in the Feb. 24 issue,...
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It's no secret that without Jewish education, the future of Jewish life could well be doomed. Which is why we welcome two developments that can serve our community's myriad ways of growing literate Jews. The first piece of good news is a promising initiative that will take a hard look at the financial health of our area day schools. (...
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A Tradition of Caring at Hillel Goes Way Back I am a University of Pennsylvania 1985 graduate and I was moved by Deborah Hirsch's cover story on Emery "Eliezer" Williams ("He's Found a Home at Hillel," Feb. 3). I recognized his picture immediately as someone who looked familiar even though I did not know him well. When I read that...
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By:
Ruth Ellen Gruber, Jewish Telegraphic Agency
The day after Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak was ousted by a widespread public uprising, I found myself presenting a lecture about Solidarity, the mass trade union movement that convulsed Poland 30 years ago and paved the way for the collapse of the Iron Curtain a decade later. It also helped land me in jail in 1983, resulting in my expulsion...
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By:
Morton A. Klein and Daniel Mandel
It is a shocking contrast: When Iranians protested an American enemy -- Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's regime -- President Barack Obama said nothing for days and refused to intervene. Now, when Egyptians protested an American ally -- Hosni Mubarak's regime -- Obama quickly and forcefully intervened, calling for the man's resignation, which has now occurred. We are fully aware that Mubarak has...
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