Monday, August 29, 2016 Av 25, 5776
Top Stories
In addition to charting anti-Semitism among students, watchdogs in France and Belgium are seeing for the first time in decades a growing number of incidents involving teachers – as victims and perpetrators.
Andy Gotlieb | JE Managing Editor
To be known as the Narberth Bookshop, the 1,100-square-foot site of a former pool supplies store is now under construction.
Marissa Stern | JE Staff
P.A.L.S. holds an annual weeklong summer event at the Katz Jewish Community Center in Cherry Hill, complete with all the summer camp trappings: swimming, arts and crafts, music, etc.
Jon Marks | JE Staff
At just after 7 a.m. on Aug. 17, their 10-hour ordeal of a flight finally concluded, 233 weary soon-to-be new citizens of Israel staggered off the El Al charter. They couldn’t possibly have imagined what they were in for next.

The Calendar

Wed. Aug 31
Glass Leadership Institute
Anti Defamation League
6:00 PM
Wed. Aug 31
Old York Road Temple-Beth Am
7:00 PM


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This fall, is launching its Teen Giving Project for ninth- and 10th-graders.
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Whereas 30 years ago the majority of French Jews enrolled their children in public schools, now only a third do.
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Camp was in full swing this summer as always, but for some, camp isn’t really an option.
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This time of year, when the weather is sweltering, food writer Keri White is especially drawn to Mexican cuisine.
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Philadelphia will learn what it means to be one big, happy (religiously inclusive) family with .
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Weekly Newsletter: Making Aliyah, 15th Century Book Restored, IAC Office Opening -
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The teens representing Team Philadelphia at the 2016 Maccabi Games could give Usain Bolt a run for his money.
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For these 233 weary soon-to-be new citizens of Israel, making aliyah was the "easiest decision"
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RT : Thanks for this evocative article about our 1482 Bologna Pentateuch, conserved by !
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A new discovery by Israeli and German researchers could be the key to stop the spread of melanoma.
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. received a $325,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) for an upcoming exhibit.
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RT : . shares the launch of an initiative to make all Jewish day schools more affordable
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The new Israeli American Council - IAC Philadelphia will be the organization's 10th regional office.
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RT : Thanks for the great write up on our event: Interfaith Summit to Educate About Jewish Life for All
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Flip through this week's issue here:
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The Endowment Fund for School Choice aims to raise $40 billion for Jewish day schools — yes, billion.
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Bruce Frank is set to open the newest attraction in Philadelphia: Revolutions.
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Editorial: "The world needs to know whether charitable dollars and human resources...were instead diverted Hamas."
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In the high dudgeon of summer, nothing beats a cold soup. New on Philacatessen:
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Speculation has arisen around the details of a 10-year defense deal between the U.S. and Israel.
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Kohelet Foundation will soon begin accepting entries for six $36,000 awards to be distributed among Jewish educators
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Yair Lapid, the Israeli newsman-turned-politician, says the United Nations has an obsession with Israel.
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Hearing loop to be installed at the Jewish Community Services Building as part of twins' B’nai Mitzvah project.
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“We are indeed very proud...His talent is of great value for the artistic education of our students!” said faculty.
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