Saturday, October 25, 2014 Heshvan 1, 5775

By:
Jonathan S. Tobin
What happened in the 1990s as the post-Oslo euphoria first receded and was then replaced by the horror of the Second Intifada was the gradual realization that Western illusions about Pal­estinian nationalism were misplaced.
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By:
Linda Maizels
A local woman analyzes The Attack , a film about a suicide bombing in Tel Aviv and its effect on a secular Muslim who is deeply integrated into Israeli Jewish society.
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An educator praises certain efforts to keep teens involved in Jewish learning while another letter writer suggests that the Jewish community stop using Orthodoxy as the yardstick for all good things in Judaism.
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By:
Steve Mendelsohn
A former shomer shabbos Ramahnik turned devout atheist wonders how he can have a meaningful Yom Kippur while he's still struggling to discover a meaningful Judaism.
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By:
Edmon J. Rodman, JTA
A columnist wonders if we should be knocking on our heads instead of our hearts during the Yom Kippur confession. Isn't that where all the trouble starts?
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