Wednesday, November 26, 2014 Kislev 4, 5775

Peace Talks: What Exactly Are We Talking About? What does the 75-year-old Mahmoud Abbas have to offer Israel? He's afraid to hold elections in the West Bank for fear of losing to Hamas. He lacks the personal courage to recognize Israel's right to exist; even if he did, how long is he going to live? Will his successor abide by...
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Recognize the Power of This Time, and Its Potential for Change
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Rabbi Charles Kroloff
The High Holidays bring with them a creative tension: respect for tradition alongside a call for change, a time when we are aware of both our blessings and our responsibilities. We hear this piercing call at the center of our High Holiday liturgy: "Let us proclaim the sacred power of this day," we pray during Unetanah Tokef. "It is awesome...
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By:
Saul P. Wachs
For many years, it has been my privilege and pleasure to spend summers in Israel. With seven grandchildren close by, access to the family is easy and very satisfying. There is time to study and write, and to visit with the many friends who have made aliyah. My wife, Diane Cover, is able to pursue her passion for painting. The...
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It just doesn't seem fair. After all, the pools are still filled. Summer, for so many of us, begins when the local swimming holes open on Memorial Day, and officially ends when they close on Labor Day. But this year, many area students will don their backpacks and board their buses well before the holiday weekend gets rolling. Those students...
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Unhappy With Placement of Story 'Ad' on Cover I am exceedingly disappointed with the Jewish Exponent 's decision to run what amounts to an advertisement for an article about a gay couple on the top of last week's front page (City & Suburb: "Israeli Gay Couple's 'Twin Delight,' " Aug. 12). I am shocked and saddened that this is an...
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