Friday, July 1, 2016 Sivan 25, 5776
By:
Rabbi Sue Levi Elwell, Ph.D.
Rabbi Dr. Eugene B. Borowitz, the “dean” of American Jewish philosophers, was a prolific writer, devoted teacher and beloved rabbi who mentored generations of students at the Hebrew Union College over five decades of service.
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By:
Justin Scott Finkelstein
In a country that frequently touts its pluralistic and democratic values, these sentiments are especially troubling.
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By:
Daniel E. Bacine
The left views “settlements” and the “occupation” as a serious roadblock to a peace agreement that would, finally, result in two states for two peoples. Worse, the left believes that the “occupation” is illegal and that by continuing it, Israel has lost its moral high ground.
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By:
Cnaan Liphshiz
On a visit to Brussels earlier this month, I had sensed a change. The city no longer felt so free.
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By:
Hanna Liebman Dershowitz
Even today, the echoes of Esther’s story are powerful and enduring, but she might be surprised to learn how the concept of religious freedom is being used now — not to protect minority religious practice or combat religious intolerance, but to give special exceptions from laws designed to prevent intolerance or provide needed services to all people.
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