Wednesday, July 27, 2016 Tammuz 21, 5776

By:
Nathan J. Diament
We at the Orthodox Union argued to the justices that they must strike down an antiquated anti-religious amendment to state constitutions for the safety and well-being of America’s religious citizens.
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The Methodists appear to be on to something: a realization that the Middle East is not a zero-sum game.
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Readers discuss kosher butchers and Simone Zimmerman.
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By:
Michele Levin
Here in Philadelphia, we have a partnership with Netivot, which has a significant immigration population from the former Soviet Union and Ethiopia, and Sdot Negev, which incorporates 12 religious moshavim, two kibbutzim and two community villages.
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By:
Dr. Saundra Sterling Epstein
One area of challenge that has received increased attention in our contemporary Jewish world is that of inclusion and validation of our LGBT members. While we duly note that in the non-Orthodox world, this issue has generally receded as a challenge and that acceptance of all on this spectrum is taken as a given in most settings, this has been...
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