Friday, March 6, 2015 AdarI 15, 5775
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The annual audit of anti-Semitic incidents put out by the Anti-Defamation League reported nearly 30 fewer incidents in 2009 than the previous year, although ADL officials warn that recent changes in their methodology have made it difficult to compare figures from different years. The 2009 audit was released on Monday, and contains both national and local statistics. The ADL reported...
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July 31 will mark perhaps the highest-profile interfaith marriage in the country, as former first-daughter Chelsea Clinton ties the knot with Philadelphia native Marc Mezvinsky. The couple has not revealed how they will incorporate religion into their wedding or lives, leaving the blogosphere rife with speculation. Will they have a chupah? Will Clinton, who was baptized as a United Methodist...
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As U.S. Rep. Joe Sestak's record on Israel comes under increasing scrutiny -- it's the subject of a fierce advertising war making the rounds locally on television ads -- the aspiring senator is making inroads with some once-skeptical Jewish Democrats. The ad wars in Pennsylvania represent one of the rare instances of TV political advertising focused solely on Israel. It's...
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July's been a busy month for Pennsylvania's two Democratic senators -- at least on the foreign front. U.S. Sen. Bob Casey -- soon to be the state's senior senator -- returned July 11 from a nine-day, six-nation tour of the region that included stops in Israel and the West Bank. It was the second time in as many years that...
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A new effort to attack U.S. Rep. Joe Sestak's record on Israel has gone viral. A debate that has long been playing out in the pages of the Jewish Exponent has now made its way to MSNBCs "Morning Joe," and Web sites such as Politico, The Atlantic, Commentary, the Huffington Post and YouTube. But the stakes are now higher for...
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