Tuesday, July 22, 2014 Tammuz 24, 5774

By:
Rabbi Judd Kruger Levingston
Before the trauma hits, why not discuss professional challenges and what we can do to embrace them, writes the director of Jewish studies at a Bryn Mawr day school.
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Whether you loved or hated his policies, you could not help but watch with reverence as this man of Israel — who evolved from a fierce warrior to a dignified statesman — was laid to rest.
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By:
Yaron Sideman
Throughout his life, Ariel Sharon exuded great pride in his Jewish heritage and loyalty to his friends and family, writes Israel's consul general in Philadelphia.
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Why Won’t Obama Budge on Pollard? President Barack Obama, once again, seems to show his arrogance by refusing to grant clemency to Jonathon Pollard (Editorial: “Time to Free Pollard,” Jan. 9) after 28 years in prison for giving classified information to Israel, one of our closest allies. Though many of our major government officials at the time of his arrest,...
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By:
Yossi Beilin
Former Meretz leader Yossi Beilin explores, commends and questions the late Ariel Sharon's greatest political achievement: the evacuation of Israeli settlements from the Gaza Strip.
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