Sunday, February 7, 2016 Shevat 28, 5776

By:
Abby J. Leibman
The president of MAZON asks why policymakers cannot seem to compromise or come up with creative, new ways to combat food insecurity issues that have been plaguing the country for years.
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By:
Avner Shalev, JTA
Learning about the Shoah is an important aspect of Jewish identity, writes Avner Shalev, chairman of Yad Vashem.
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By:
Dan Krakow
The current model of whirlwind Birthright trips and semester-long MASA programs is not in-depth enough to create real, lasting connections to Israel, says the former director of Young Judaea programs in Israel.
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Letter writers attempt to explain the husband of a terrorist victim's identification with the attackers, promote the importance of understanding the dangers of Jewish genetic diseases and ponder the significance of the term "Jews of no religion."
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The late educator played a major role in cultivating Jewish life at home, in Israel and even in the U.S. Navy, and his influence will continue to be felt long after his passing.
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