Saturday, August 2, 2014 Av 6, 5774

Wonderful Article About a Really Wonderful Place Thank you for your cover article about Elkins Park and the Old York Road corridor ("The Flavor of the Place," March 3). We moved here more than 10 years ago when -- as Modern Orthodox Jews who have an open and embracing approach regarding the entire Jewish community -- we began feeling marginalized...
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Gift That Keeps Giving If you haven't yet signed your child up for Jewish overnight camp, now's the time to act. If all the hype about the importance of this Jewish experience hasn't convinced you, there's fresh evidence confirming what we've known anecdotally for decades: there's a clear link between Jewish camping and lifelong Jewish engagement. A new study sponsored...
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The convergence this weekend of "Shabbat Across America" and the "National Day of Unplugging" has got to be more than just a coincidence. Either way, the programs bring the promise of a sorely needed respite from our crazy busy lives, made all the crazier in recent weeks by the seismic rumblings of world events. It's hard not to be obsessed...
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By:
Jennifer Laszlo Mizrahi
The rapid changes in the Middle East are leading many in the American Jewish community to suffer from "analysis paralysis." We have become so mesmerized by events in Egypt and Libya that we have stopped doing vital work to advance U.S. interests and stability in the Middle East, as well as Israel's security. It is critical that we refocus our...
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By:
Harold Messinger
Two weeks ago in Parshah Ki Tisa, Moshe comes down the mountain after receiving the word of God, whereupon seeing the Israelites dancing around the golden calf, he smashes the Ten Commandments. Later, he will receive a new set, and place the broken shards of the first one with the unbroken and "perfect" set in the Kodseh HaKodashim ("the Holy...
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