Thursday, July 24, 2014 Tammuz 26, 5774

By:
Aryeh Green
Reporting on the Middle East affects the attitudes of academics, policy-makers, students, even our children. It's perhaps no surprise that so many academics and politicians around the globe are profoundly anti-Israel, and that so many Jewish students and children (and some adults) are increasingly uncomfortable identifying with Israel or even as Jews, when they hear how Israelis kill Palestinian bulldozer...
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By:
Faye Bittker
A famous 1993 New Yorker cartoon shows one dog saying to another: "On the Internet, nobody knows you're a dog." There's a message in that joke, even today. We are inundated with information from sources we know nothing about. So though it is highly unlikely that the blog you're reading was written by a dog, it is more than possible...
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April is the cruelest month ... " Perhaps T.S. Eliot never prepared for a Passover seder. Then again, maybe he did. Anyone can link his words to the cruelty this month that's involved in scrubbing refrigerator shelves; cleaning out cabinets; and shopping and cooking for the holiday. Even if you didn't go the extra mile in preparing for unleavened foods,...
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If There's a Scarcity, It's Not in New Jersey In response to the letter by Janna Walsh ("Why Is There a Scarcity of Truly Inspiring Rabbis?" April 17), I realize she was referring to the Reform movement, so I cannot comment on what she said directly. However, I can say that my shul, Temple Beth Sholom in Cherry Hill, N.J.,...
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"Let all who are hungry come and eat." It's a central tenet of our Passover seder, yet how often do we stop and reflect on the powerful message that this line imparts -- the mandate to remember the hungry. In all probability, most of us will not be sharing our seders with those who are truly hungry, those who don't...
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