Saturday, August 29, 2015 Elul 14, 5775
Irish peace agreement gives false hope to those who want more pressure on Israel
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Last week's dramatic meeting between two Irish leaders was the sort of thing no one imagined possible. Rev. Ian Paisley, the fearsome octogenarian tribune of Northern Ireland Protestants, and Gerry Adams, the leader of Sinn Fein, the political arm of the terrorist Provisional Irish Republican Army, sat down in Belfast to make peace. Though it has been nine years since...
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Media Clippings
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Only in a spot as provincial and hidebound as the greater Philadelphia area could a spat erupt between two magazines over the simple fact that they have remarkably similar titles. But that's what's happened between Main Line Today and its newest competitor, Mainline magazine. And according to Monica Yant Kinney's column in the March 11 Philadelphia Inquirer, the case has...
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Seder poses a challenge to the indifferent to defend Jewish rights and existence
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For all of the difficulties Israelis encounter these days, the greatest sometimes appears to be the implacable nature of this conflict in which they find themselves still embroiled. Despite the best intentions of a generation of would-be peacemakers and a host of concessions on the part of the Israelis, Arab and Muslim opinion seems even more set in its determination...
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Rabbi Jerome Epstein
It is entirely possible that out of all of Passover's attractions for modern Jews, the very strongest is the opportunity to gather with family and friends. It's not as if you could not eat a seder meal alone, or with just one or two others. A seder certainly can be that small and still fulfill the mitzvah of remembering the...
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Sue Fishkoff
Why is April 3 different from all other nights? On this night, Conservative, Orthodox and some Reconstructionist Jews outside Israel will sit down to their second Passover seder, while Reform and Israeli Jews will eat as on any other night of the holiday. That's longstanding tradition. But stirring the pot are some younger American Jews returning from Israel programs, who...
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