Saturday, July 30, 2016 Tammuz 24, 5776

By:
Jay M. Starr
Martin Heidegger is a world-famous and very influential philosopher. He was also a dedicated Nazi.
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By:
Rabbi Peter Rigler
This year, as we celebrated Passover and our season of liberation, the U.S. Supreme Court heard two cases that echo our cries of freedom.
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Why devote nearly an entire issue of the Jewish Exponent to stories about the Holocaust? If you read the stories, you will understand why.
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By:
Sara Greenberg
A granddaughter reflects on the last lesson she learned from her grandmother — the true meaning of Dayenu.
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President Barack Obama has succeeded in pushing a much-needed “reset” button in his personal relations with Israel. But how successful he’ll be in translating the good will into shared policy is not yet clear.
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