Thursday, March 26, 2015 Nisan 6, 5775

Article Helps Illuminate the Way for Federation The opinion piece in the Oct. 21 Jewish Exponent, "It's an Abundantly Clear Mission, So Let's Not Complicate It," was compelling and right on target. It really points out the flaws in the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia's allocation of our volunteer resources and leadership. As a long-standing, involved member of the community,...
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We know that it's happening with growing intensity at college campuses across the country. But it's especially frightening when it happens so close to home: A Lincoln University tenured professor, Kaukab Siddique, spouting anti-Jewish and anti-Israel venom, calling for the destruction of Israel and promoting Holocaust denial. The professor, who captured national attention with the release of an incendiary video...
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By:
Steven Burg
I was saddened to hear of the death of Tyler Clementi, an 18-year-old college student driven to suicide by bullying over his sexual orientation. While Clementi's case has grabbed national headlines, it is, unfortunately, far from unique. In September alone, no fewer than six boys in America committed suicide as a response to bullying they suffered over their sexual identities...
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Story on Gays Sadly Misses the Whole Point The cover story on Orthodox Judaism's position on homosexual conduct ("Orthodox Stand Firm on Some Gay Issues," Oct. 14) misses the point. Both the headline and text imply that Orthodox Judaism and Torah-true Judaism are conflicted by opposing homosexual conduct, and incorrectly implies a support of violence against homosexuals. The Torah is...
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Amid all the noise over loyalty oaths, it would be easy to miss some of the more significant developments in the Middle East over the past week. Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad trampled on Israel's doorstep, with a visit to Lebanon bent on bolstering Hezbollah; former President Jimmy Carter trekked to Damascus, once again blaming Israel for all the region's troubles;...
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