Friday, November 28, 2014 Kislev 6, 5775

Interfaith marriage, tensions in the Middle East and Philadelphia teachers' struggle to negotiate with the city's School Reform Commission over health insurance costs, were on readers' minds this week.
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By:
Jane Tausig
An upcoming inclusion conference at Congregation Kol Ami in Elkins Park will address questions that emerged after surveying LGBTQ people about what makes them feel welcomed in synagogue.
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By:
Philip A. Cunningham and Adam Gregerman
Fifty years after the Latin words Nostra Aetate , meaning "in our time," changed relations between Jews and Catholics, ties between the two faiths continue to strengthen.
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The extension of nuclear talks between Iran and the West avoids the acceptance of a bad deal, but also casts doubt on future diplomacy with a nation whose leaders support terrorist networks.
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Sara K. Greenberg
Students have a right to speak their minds freely, but is it appropriate for corporations to sponsor — and Harvard University to lend its facilities to — a group of activists working to eradicate the Jewish state?
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