Sunday, August 30, 2015 Elul 15, 5775
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When war broke out last summer between Israel and Hezbollah terrorists in Lebanon, First Sgt. Michael Levin was visiting family and friends in his hometown of Holland, Pa. Instead of staying at a comfortable distance from the war, he cut his trip short and rushed to the front lines. He died in battle soon after, at age 22. To honor...
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Toba Spitzer thinks it's no big deal that she happens to be the first openly gay rabbi to head the Reconstructionist Rabbinical Association -- or, for that matter, any major Jewish clerical association in the United States. After all, the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College was the first to admit openly gay and lesbian students in 1984 and endorse the ordination of...
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It remains to be seen whether U.S. Rep. Joe Sestak's (D-District 7) decision to speak at an event hosted by a controversial Muslim group -- over the objections of some segments of the Jewish community -- will come back to haunt him. The freshman legislator's April 7 speech at the first gala dinner hosted by the Pennsylvania chapter of the...
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Domestic violence begins and ends with empowerment
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Cheryl Kravitz stayed with her husband for 18 years. She stayed with him after he hurled a lamp at her head. She stayed with him though he made her sleep on the kitchen floor. And she stayed with him despite the fact that he stuck her arms into a burning oven. Though she acknowledges today that she felt "terrified to...
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A woman holds a sign of protest near the Iranian mission to the United Nations in New York this past December to protest the concurrent Holocaust-denial conference in Tehran. Iranian President Mahmoud Ahamadinejad told participants that Israel will "soon disappear," as did the Soviet Union. This makes Philadelphia's annual memorial ceremony for the Six Million Jewish Martyrs -- Sunday, April...
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