Sunday, July 24, 2016 Tammuz 18, 5776
By:
David Wecht
Brandeis was a non-observant Jew, even a non-religious one. And yet, he became the leader of American Zionism. He came to understand the centrality of Israel to Jewish redemption.
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By:
Edward H. Klevans
To compete in energy markets without government subsidies, renewables must reduce their costs much faster than conventional energy sources and have access to energy-storage technology for use on days when the weather isn’t cooperating.
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By:
Joy W. Goldstein
Who will tell the story of the Holocaust to a new generation in a compelling manner? I’m the child of a Holocaust survivor. I think about it a lot.
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By:
Nathan J. Diament
We at the Orthodox Union argued to the justices that they must strike down an antiquated anti-religious amendment to state constitutions for the safety and well-being of America’s religious citizens.
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By:
Michele Levin
Here in Philadelphia, we have a partnership with Netivot, which has a significant immigration population from the former Soviet Union and Ethiopia, and Sdot Negev, which incorporates 12 religious moshavim, two kibbutzim and two community villages.
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