Monday, November 24, 2014 Kislev 2, 5775
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Jared Shelly, JE Feature
When Pfc. Richard J. Schmidt Jr.'s flight landed in Philadelphia a couple of weeks ago, it marked the end of a four-day journey that took the U.S. army soldier from Afghanistan to Kuwait to Germany to Atlanta, and finally, to Philadelphia. After meeting his family at the airport, Schmidt insisted they take him for one last stop before officially starting...
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Jared Shelly, JE Feature
It seemed like the start of a normal day of duty in Ramadi, Iraq. U.S. Army National Guard Spc. Candice Gerber woke up at her regular time, worked out at the gym, then walked over to the base hospital where she worked as a medic. What awaited her on the other side of the door came as a complete shock...
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Jared Shelly, JE Feature
The United States should look to Israeli counterterrorism to help change its own flawed policy, according to Lawrence A. Husick, senior fellow at the Center on Terrorism, Counter-Terrorism and Homeland Security at the Foreign Policy Research Institute. "Why can't we learn from Israel?" posed Husick, who is also an adjunct professor of graduate-level business classes at the University of Pennsylvania...
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While 16-year-old Benjamin Lipsky walked with his family from Sukkot services to their home in Northeast Philadelphia, he was hit by a car, causing a massive head injury. The teenager died just hours later. "I feel like I lost my right arm," said his father, Mendel Lipsky, in a phone interview a few days after the Oct. 7 accident. The...
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Ryan Teitman
Before Sulaiman Khatib and Yonatan Shapira had even met, they were bitter enemies, at least in theory. One was a Palestinian activist and prisoner for 10 years in Israeli jails, the other an Israeli pilot who flew more than 100 missions in Lebanon and the Palestinian territories. The two -- now members of a group called Combatants for Peace --...
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