Friday, November 28, 2014 Kislev 6, 5775

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A Washington, D.C., lawyer who represented a client in a legal dispute with the Council on American-Islamic Relations recently presented his case against the controversial Muslim organization to a local audience. His conclusion? That public figures and Jewish groups should give CAIR the cold shoulder. "The truth will stop CAIR," said Reed Rubinstein, who asserted that leaders of the Washington,...
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The weather seemed fitting this past Sunday, as members of Philadelphia's Jewish community gathered to mark yet another anniversary of the Shoah. With the wind howling overhead, drenched participants flooded through the doors of Congregation Rodeph Shalom in Center City, which hosted the somber, two-hour-long ceremony in lieu of its customary location in front of the Monument to the Six...
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Ryan Teitman
"There are quite a few people in the Jewish community that live at, or below, the poverty level," explained Samuel Domsky, who didn't think that was a good reason for them to go without a Passover meal. So he decided to do something about it. "It's our most important holiday that we observe," he affirmed. That was the situation nearly...
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For much of the world, the name Israel is synonymous with conflict. But even though the nation must continue to fend off terrorism and fight for its rights, the true face of the Jewish state can be found in the hustle and bustle of ordinary people going about their lives. At work and at play, Israel remains a country of...
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Ryan Teitman
Experts seem to be recognizing that the neighborhoods where people live play an increasingly important role in their health and well-being. When it comes to seniors, these factors multiply in relevance. In Philadelphia, for example, the problem is two-fold. Citizens are aging rapidly: Over the next 15 years, the percentage of urban residents over the age of 60 will increase...
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