Wednesday, February 10, 2016 AdarI 1, 5776
In welcoming intermarried families, congregations must maintain sacred traditions while meeting demands made by the modern world
By:
Rabbi Neil S. Cooper
When it comes to welcoming interfaith families, our struggle is to find the right balance between tradition and change, between Jewish practice and secular norms.
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By:
Rabbi Seymour Rosenbloom
As we enter the holiday season, we need to be able to embrace all the people we love and respect all their traditions.
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By:
Rebecca Richman
Local high school graduate Rebecca Richman reflects on the gravity of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict as she readies to join the Israel Defense Forces through a program for new immigrants.
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By:
Yaron Sideman
On Nov. 14th, Israel embarked on Operation Pillar of Defense. The main purpose of the operation has been to restore security to the civilian population in Israel by putting an end to the terror attacks it has withstood.
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By:
Charles H. Ramsey
The Law Enforcement and Society program, now in its 14th year at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C., has trained more than 80,000 people, from police officers to FBI agents to judges.
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