Saturday, July 30, 2016 Tammuz 24, 5776

He was the conscience that challenged the status quo. He was the voice that forced memory of evil but refused to accept it. And he was a man of deep and abiding faith.
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The Brexit vote dovetails with the similar politics of anger we see growing in the United States.
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Readers discuss the Iran nuclear deal and bacon.
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By:
Tammy K. Mitgang
The consulate’s resources help to empower the smaller communities with the facts, faces and a more personal connection to Israel during a time when Israel continues to be under fire and tensions in our country run high.
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By:
Rabbi Simchah Aaron Green
These weeks seem to highlight what the world has not learned from decades of violence — especially violence against Jews.
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