Monday, March 2, 2015 AdarI 11, 5775

By:
Leonard Fein
On the surface, the question of how Jews should regard the genocide of Armenians should be an easy call. Here, for example, is the text of a cable that Henry Morgenthau, Sr., then America's ambassador to Turkey, sent to the State Department on July 10, 1915: "Persecution of Armenians assuming unprecedented proportions. Reports from widely scattered districts indicate systematic attempt...
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Media Clippings
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Earlier this year, the Hadassah-Brandeis Institute launched a new bimonthly eZine geared for Jewish women called 614. There have been four issues so far, and from the looks of them, the endeavor has been a success, both visuallyand editorially. According to a press release distributed several months ago, HBI was bent on sparking "conversation among Jewish women" via 614, which...
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By:
Stu Goldman
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Trauma? What trauma? Gaffe reveals a great deal about an unpopular leader.
By:
Jonathan S. Tobin
One year after the newly named Second Lebanon War, Israel's north is back in business. Where 12 months ago the region was shaken to its core by the impact of hundreds of missile hits from Hezbollah, traces of the damage are now hard to find. Last year, the north was empty, as many of its residents fled south to safety,...
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Hebrew Charter Doesn't Breach Church-State Wall The Jewish Telegraphic Agency reported on the Ben Gamla Charter School, a Jewish charter school soon to open in Hollywood, Fla. (Cover story: "Florida Opens First Hebrew Public School," Aug. 2). When most people think of religious charter schools, they imagine private religious schools operating as charters. But there are many ways a charter...
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