Monday, June 29, 2015 Tammuz 12, 5775

You Got It Wrong Why We Left B'nai Aaron As longtime residents of Havertown, as well as former members of Suburban Jewish Community Center-B'nai Aaron, we would like to correct some inaccuracies and mischaracterizations in your article about the congregation ("In a Period of Flux, Shul Decides It Needs Change," July 9). For us, the sharp drop in membership between...
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By:
Esther Toporek Finder
The Holocaust Era Assets Conference concluded in Prague last month with a moving program at Terezin and a nonbinding declaration emphasizing that survivors' needs in these, their last years, should be treated with more urgency than real estate, art or other restitution issues. Elie Wiesel set the tone brilliantly by asking if the killers should become the victims' heirs --...
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Marcia Bronstein
Fifteen years after a car bomb struck the the hub of Jewish life in Argentina, more questions than answers remain. On July 18, 1994, a busy Monday morning, a white van approached the Argentine Israelite Mutual Aid Association Jewish community center in Buenos Aires and detonated its heavy cargo. The explosion completely destroyed the building. When it was over, 85...
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It's easy to be skeptical about members of Congress being able to reach a quick consensus on a plan to overhaul our nation's health care system. But do it they must. The organized Jewish community is nearly unanimous about the need to change the system -- both for moral and parochial reasons. Morally, it is abhorrent that millions of Americans...
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Unexpected Problems Crop Up for Intermarried In your article "Conservative Synagogues Shift Tactics on the Intermarried" (City & Suburb, July 2), you describe the struggles of local Jewish congregations as they try to find a role for intermarried Jews. I am Jewish by birth, and my wife of seven years is Episcopalian, but utterly non-observant and fully supportive of raising...
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