Saturday, July 12, 2014 Tammuz 14, 5774

This week’s Supreme Court decision to allow town meetings to open with sectarian prayer issue raises all kinds of questions regarding the coercion of religion and undermines the notion of religious neutrality that must be upheld in a democratic society.
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A former IDF soldier reflects on his unique experience of Israel's Memorial Day while in uniform.
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Yehuda Kurtzer
The president of The Shalom Hartman Institute of North America shares his opinion that the rejection of J Street by the Conference of Presidents reveals three fallacies in American Jewish life.
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Morton Klein
The president of the Zionist Organization of America enumerates the reasons why the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations voted against the inclusion of J Street.
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Abby J. Leibman
The president of MAZON asks why policymakers cannot seem to compromise or come up with creative, new ways to combat food insecurity issues that have been plaguing the country for years.
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