Saturday, October 1, 2016 Elul 28, 5776
The Blessings of Diversity Realized in One Boy's Life The article, "Funny, You Don't Look Jewish: Panel Considers New Faces in the Crowd" (City & Suburb, May 29) struck a cord. When our son, Casey (Meir) entered this world years ago, we realized that he had been born to a tiny minority group, a Sioux Jew. He didn't look Jewish,...
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Praise for the Students Who Stood Up to Hatred I arrived at the [email protected] parade on the Parkway at the same moment that students of Barrack Hebrew Academy (formerly Akiba Hebrew Academy) were passing the "small group of black-clad demonstrators protesting the existence of the State of Israel" (Editorial: "Hate for Israel Can't Rain on Our Parade," May 22). The...
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Victims of Terror Deserve Coverage in 'Exponent' Earlier this month, two Jews -- Shuli Katz and Jimmy Kdoshim -- were murdered in cold blood in Israel. They were the victims of Palestinian terrorist rockets fired from Gaza. I read through the May 15 Jewish Exponent twice, hoping to see their names and read about who these people were. I was...
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Entire Community Needs to Honor Their Memories On Sunday, May 4, I attended the annual memorial ceremony for the Six Million Jewish martyrs of the Holocaust at Congregation Rodeph Shalom (City & Suburb: "After 63 Years, Question Remains: 'How Could This Have Happened?' " May 8). As always, the program was very moving, and the keynote speaker Mark Talisman was...
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President Bush's decision to go to Israel this week as part of the celebration of the Jewish state's 60th birthday is an altogether appropriate gesture. Israel remains the only democracy in the Middle East, and as such, is America's only genuine ally in a region ruled by Arab and Islamic authoritarians. The diplomatic focus of Bush's mission remains the attempt...
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