Saturday, January 31, 2015 Shevat 11, 5775

By:
Ron Kampeas, JTA
Obama’s concerns about letting the alleged Aug. 21 chemical weapons attack in Syria go unpunished dovetailed with broader pro-Israel concerns about maintaining U.S. credibility in the region and the dangers of unconventional weapons.
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Slugging for Israel to Chasing a Pennant in the Big Leagues
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Hillel Kuttler, JTA
Last year, first baseman Nate Freiman was playing for Israel in the World Baseball Classic qualifiers. This year, he’s a rookie in the big leagues, trying to help the Oakland Athletics make the playoffs.
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The search for effective ways to build on young adults’ post-Israel trip connections to Judaism.
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An in-depth look at how local organizations are trying new ways to keep young adults engaged in the community following their Israel trips.
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The new director of economic affairs at the Israeli consulate and the new head of the Philadelphia-Israel Chamber of Commerce are working in tandem to foster collaboration between local and Israeli companies.
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By:
Ron Kampeas, JTA
While Jewish groups backing President Barack Obama’s call to strike Syria focus on moral outrage and U.S. national security, concern for Israel — however muted — also looms large.
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