Tuesday, July 29, 2014 Av 2, 5774

The International Olympic Committee has officially refused to formally honor the memory of the 11 Israeli athletes killed at the Munich Olympics 40 years ago. But that doesn't mean the campaign is over. In fact, the effort should be redoubled by those who refuse to forget that terrorism and hate have no place in the international landscape symbolized by the...
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Forty-five years after the start of the June 1967 Six-Day War, when the survival of the nascent Jewish state hung in the balance, Israel continues to face more than its share of political, diplomatic and security challenges. But one piece of good news emerged this week with regard to an issue that speaks to the character of the Jewish state:...
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By:
Rabbi Eric Yanoff
As a rabbi, I would say that a good part of my job, at this point in Jewish history, is just to get people to enjoy being Jewish. And part of my strategy of getting more people to like Judaism is defining our community broadly enough to make people feel included. I spend most of my time figuring out ways...
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By:
Paula Goldstein
When I was headed to graduate school in social work in 1979, my No. 1 reason for choosing this field was to be able to help people solve their life problems. I was concerned about the injustices in the world and wanted to be a part of the solution in making life better for those who were struggling. Today, as...
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By:
Rabbi Yochonon Goldman
If you've ever planned an event, you know how many details go into bringing your crowd together. Take a wedding, for example, where many months of logistics are involved. Now imagine a wedding where the guest list is in the millions. No ballroom was big enough, so they did it in the open desert. G-d, as the groom, proposed the...
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