Tuesday, September 23, 2014 Elul 28, 5774

He was a man with a mission and for 30 years, Frank Lautenberg pursued that mission as a U.S. senator with a distinctly Jewish passion and a Jewish heart.
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By:
Rabbi Geri Newburge
In the debate over whether the Reform movement's seminary should change its policy to admit students in an interfaith relationship, one rabbi argues that it could work.
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By:
Rabbi Gregory S. Marx
A controversy is roiling the Reform movement over whether its seminary should change its admissions policy to allow students with a non-Jewish partner or spouse. Rabbi Gregory Marx argues that clergy must lead by example.
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The latest effort to revive the long-moribund “peace process” is being met with understandable skepticism, not to mention derision in some circles. While we, too, have grave doubts about the prospects of a deal any time soon, we should not give up trying.
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By:
Rabbi Elchanan Poupko
Earlier this month, the Israeli government released its first official report on the long-debated and presumed death of Muhammad al-Dura. The report showed with overwhelming certainty that the young Palestinian from Gaza was not killed by Israeli fire.
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