Tuesday, October 21, 2014 Tishri 27, 5775

By:
Dina Siegel Vann
The upheaval in Iran following the disputed presidential elections has thrust one veteran of the 1979 Islamic Revolution, Ayatollah Ali Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani, back into the spotlight. As chairman of the powerful Guardians Council, Rafsanjani could still emerge as a counterweight to the hard-line President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. But Rafsanjani is not the moderate many believe him to be. As we...
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By:
Gregg J. Rickman
During the 1990s, the world was seized with stories of Nazi plunder and heirless property from the Holocaust era. Stolen bank accounts, looted artwork, confiscated real estate and payments for slave labor made front-page headlines, were the talk of congressional hearings and became the subject of international diplomacy. By the decade's end, billions of dollars had been returned to survivors...
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You Got It Wrong Why We Left B'nai Aaron As longtime residents of Havertown, as well as former members of Suburban Jewish Community Center-B'nai Aaron, we would like to correct some inaccuracies and mischaracterizations in your article about the congregation ("In a Period of Flux, Shul Decides It Needs Change," July 9). For us, the sharp drop in membership between...
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The Klein JCC has enjoyed an unusual burst of national publicity as the facility that did permit a group of predominantly African-American and Hispanic campers into its pool. This is in contrast to the Valley Club in Huntingdon Valley, which has garnered national headlines for canceling its contract with the Creative Steps Inc. summer program. The widely publicized case of...
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By:
Marcia Bronstein
Fifteen years after a car bomb struck the the hub of Jewish life in Argentina, more questions than answers remain. On July 18, 1994, a busy Monday morning, a white van approached the Argentine Israelite Mutual Aid Association Jewish community center in Buenos Aires and detonated its heavy cargo. The explosion completely destroyed the building. When it was over, 85...
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