Wednesday, May 25, 2016 Iyyar 17, 5776
By:
Rabbi Isaac Saposnik
Inclusion — whether of people who are LGBT or those of color or those with special needs or those from interfaith families, shouldn’t be something we stand up for — it should be something we live.
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By:
Anya Friedman Hutter
President Barack Obama, former President George W. Bush, presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and Rabbi Rick Jacobs, president of the Union for Reform Judaism all have one thing in common: a firm commitment to the future of Israel.
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By:
Nathan Moskowitz
Whether they are successful or not, other academic networks seeking to exclude Israeli academics from their associations, such as the American Studies Association, the American Anthropological Association and others, aim to delegitimize and marginalize Israeli scholars.
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By:
Toby Tabachnick
When I reveal to my peers that my son plans to major in musical theater, the head nodding kind of stops and is replaced by a slight squint in the eye.
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By:
Barry Shaw
Israel has been hit by more than 1,000 terror attacks perpetrated by Palestinian Arabs in a four-month period. And yet, Swedish Foreign Minister Margot Wallstrom, a regular anti-Israel provocateur, has demanded an international investigation into what she calls “extrajudicial killings of Palestinians” in order to bring about “possible accountability.”
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