Tuesday, July 29, 2014 Av 2, 5774
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Four local Republican mem­bers of Congress have been pressing the U.S. State Department over American funding for the United Nations Relief and Works Agency, the controversial organization that assists Palestinian refugees and their des­cendants.
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Hundreds gathered at Independence Hall for the 40th anniversary of the first public menorah-lighting ceremony in the world.
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The Israel advocacy committee of Temple Sinai in Dresh­er wants to show how much local support exists for the Jewish state with their “Standing United With Israel” event on Dec. 10 at 7 p.m.
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Amishai Gottlieb, JE Feature
If American Jewry wants to retain its identity and curb intermarriage among the non-Orthodox, it needs to re­define the social network for young Jewish singles living in the city, argues Steven M. Cohen, a well-known professor of sociology.
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A national nonprofit recently sent eight fellows to Philly as part of a new 10-month long Jewish service-learning program designed to build connections among organizations and encourage others to volunteer.
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