Friday, October 31, 2014 Heshvan 7, 5775

Praise for a Rabbi Who's Stuck by the Russians Your April 15 cover story "The New Russian Revolution?" was both interesting and insightful. It's good to know that Federation, under the leadership of Mr. Leonard Barrack, has taken such a great interest in the Russian community. I would like to point out that for more than 30 years, one rabbi...
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They say the wheels of justice grind slowly, but they are moving very swiftly for Sholom Rubashkin. The former CEO of the Agriprocessors kosher meat company in Postville, Iowa, is slated to be sentenced next week for bank fraud and other charges, and federal prosecutors are apparently seeking a life sentence. The May 2008 raid by federal immigration officials on...
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By:
Joel Einleger
With winter's snow at an end, thousands of parents are now imagining their children swimming in a mountain lake after a long, hot run in the sun as they finalize plans for their children to attend summer camp. But only some parents will choose a camp that can also help build their child's Jewish connections, identity and pride, while they...
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By:
Joshua I. Shuman
How do you teach your children that the world is not black and white? How do you teach your children that a split-second decision can change your life forever? How do you teach your children to appreciate the gray zone -- the area that cannot be defined, the area that is, well, unknowable? Frankly, I just don't know, and I'm...
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By:
Philip A. Cunningham
Although Holocaust Memorial Day, Yom Hashoah, has become an important annual commemoration in many places, there is a danger that remembering the Holocaust can be regarded by the wider community as primarily a Jewish concern. Clearly, the Shoah is uniquely significant for Jews who have to deal with the enormity of the devastation it wrought. Yet it is also important...
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