Sunday, July 5, 2015 Tammuz 18, 5775

One letter writer suggests that a rabbi set to retire next year may be on to something that could predict the future of American Jewry while another warns that the Paletsinians will never recognize Israel as a Jewish state.
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By:
Michelle Twersky
Just because this year’s election lacks the “buzz” of a presidential year, there is no excuse to skip out on voting. It is especially important for the Jewish community to vote in every election and show our local elected officials that our community has a voice.
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By:
Jonathan Schanzer
American foreign policy in the Middle East has now entered Bizarro World — a place made famous by Jerry Seinfeld, describing a parallel universe where “up is down, down is up,” and where the opposite of what one expects occurs.
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By:
Rabbi Judith Targan Abrahamson
A Reconstructionist rabbi recounts the special bond she formed while helping her mother-in-law prepare to become a Bat Mitzvah at the age of 92.
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The questions — and debates — about the role of Jewish arts and culture in shaping and sustaining our identity take on special resonance in the wake of the recent Pew report on American Jews.
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