Sunday, May 29, 2016 Iyyar 21, 5776
By:
Rabbi Steven Wernick
Branding is the way a person experiences the service or product of an organization or company. Public relations is the practice of spreading information between an individual and an organization.
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By:
Rabbi Yaakov Menken and Rabbi Pesach Lerner
Responding to a dramatic decline in membership, the Conservative Jewish movement’s congregational arm has hired the Good Omen PR agency to survey hundreds of its members and “develop a new ‘position statement’ for the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism.” The problem, however, is far more essential than branding.
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By:
Jennifer Dekel
On Feb. 2, the National Security Subcommittee of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee held a groundbreaking hearing on seeking justice for American victims of Palestinian terrorism in Israel and the disputed territories.
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By:
Debra Bennet
On Jan. 31, the Israeli government approved a deal recognizing mixed-gender, egalitarian services at a part of the Western Wall called Robinson’s Arch. An incredible victory, right? Yes. But much has been lost, too.
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By:
Noah Beck
To understand just how depraved today’s college campuses are, compare the treatment of two professors — one defending a Western, pro-American demo-cracy (Israel) and the other suspected of supporting this century’s most gruesome Islamist terror organization, the so-called Islamic State.
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