Monday, May 4, 2015 Iyyar 15, 5775

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Evan Goldstein
The movement, which is holding its inaugural conference, models the kind of Jewish community most conducive to a strong Jewish future — one in which everybody has a seat at the table, writes a conference organizer from Boston College.
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By:
Eric Fingerhut
In advance of the ‘Open Hillel’ conference, Hillel International’s CEO explains why pluralism and support for Israel are not contradictions.
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By:
Morton Klein and Daniel Mandel
Only Israeli troops can ensure that hostile terrorists or a new regime in Jordan doesn’t threaten Israel, not peacekeepers who often unceremoniously decamp or turn into an additional hindrance to security, argue two leaders of the Zionist Organization of America.
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The proliferation of sukkot is a healthy sign of Jewish living that should be celebrated but not taken for granted.
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Readers sound off about recent articles on Orthodox men who refused to sit next to women on flights to Israel, a blog post about what to do with kids on Yom Kippur and more.
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