Wednesday, September 17, 2014 Elul 22, 5774

By:
Idit Klein
It used to be rare for LGBT equality to be on the agenda of a major Jewish event. Now it is rare for it not to be.
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By:
Aliza Wadler Solomon
Jewish children are almost as likely to be obese as their non-Jewish counterparts — and the community has a responsibilty to make sure they grow up to be healthy adults.
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This is the perfect time to do a little conjecturing about what might await the Jewish community as the new year gets under way. Such conjecture seems particularly appropriate in the political arena, given the critical issues Washington must face.
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Up, Up and Away!
What is the most effective philanthropic program the Jewish community has initiated in the last few decades? Without question, according to our cover story on Israel travel, the answer has to be Birthright.
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By:
Ronen Shoval
The claim that Im Tirtzu, a small Zionist student group that questions the New Israel Fund, is attempting to curtail debate is an accusation truly Orwellian in its implications. Im Tirtzu isn’t suppressing debate, we are participating in it.
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