Wednesday, July 27, 2016 Tammuz 21, 5776

By:
Edmon J. Rodman
“Ad lo yada”: Traditionally, this rabbinic license to party, derived from the Talmud, has been taken to mean one should drink until he or she no longer knows the difference between the two prime Purim players, the wise and brave Mordechai, and the evil schemer Haman, who had plotted to kill the Jews.
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By:
Morton Klein
The Zionist Organization of America has no current position on the transfer of Arabs out of Israel. But it’s not difficult to see why a significant percentage of Israelis would be in favor.
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Even those who saw no revelations in the findings attested to the report as a particularly clear snapshot of Jewish reality.
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Readers discuss the Conservative movement, JSPAN and presidential candidates.
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By:
Benita Fair Langsdorf
The story of these children highlights what refugee advocacy organizations can do at a local and national scale to assist those who are persecuted by rescuing, reuniting and resettling individuals and families, and successfully weaving them into the fabric of our society.
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