Saturday, July 26, 2014 Tammuz 28, 5774
On this Yom Kippur, let’s remember that it’s our job to give generously — to Jewish and non-Jewish needs.
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As Americans, we are all wary of getting entangled in yet another Mideast conflagration. But a limited strike, with specific objectives, is the right move. As Jews, how can we lead the post-Holocaust call of “Never Again” and then stand by when chemical gases are unleashed on a civilian population?
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As the chagim approach, we are experiencing a plethora of transitions in our local institutions. Change is inevitable in both our personal and communal lives. But that doesn’t make it easy. As the saying goes: “The only people who like change are wet babies.”
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By:
Nurit Canetti
I want to propose a model that can help bridge the gap between Israel and the Diaspora. If tikkun olam is the way to the hearts of young Jews, Israel should generate opportunities for Diaspora Jews who are seeking self-realization via humanitarian activities.
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As tempting as it may be to send a message to the Egyptian military, which is aggressively re-establishing full control of the country, the Obama administration should not cut off U.S. aid.
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