Sunday, May 24, 2015 Sivan 6, 5775

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Burt Siegel
Eric Birnbaum and John Pawlowski probably never met; they didn't have all that much in common. One was a divorced, Jewish personal-injury lawyer with two daughters in college, gunned down in a suburban parking lot. The other was young enough to be his son; he was Catholic, with a pregnant wife. As a police officer in North Philadelphia, he knew...
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'Exponent' tackles economy, as it institutes new changes
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It's a whole different story when the story hits home. Bank bailouts, stimulus packages, automobile-industry restructurings may be necessary evils, but they're very difficult to wrap your head around. For countless local Jews -- as our cover story this week illustrates -- the economic ills plaguing our country play much closer to home. The widowed mother who can't find work,...
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Barrack Education Covers All Types of Students I take strong exception to the letter by Edward S. Snyder ("Omission in Story Points to a Significant Problem," Feb. 19). The student body at Jack M. Barrack Hebrew Academy encompasses a wide range of learners. Though I am not sure what Mr. Snyder means by "average," our goal is to assure that...
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An alarming new report by international inspectors lends a new urgency to the nuclear threat posed by Iran. The headline blared in The New York Times: "Iran has more enriched uranium than originally thought." The story goes on to say that Iran now has enough material to produce a nuclear bomb. As if that wasn't troubling enough, another report this...
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By:
Rafael Medoff
The recent wave of anti-Semitic outbursts in various nations raises important questions about how to respond effectively to such assaults. A little-known episode that took place 65 years ago this month, involving a German-American high school principal, provides some guidance. The latest outrages have included the attempted bombing of a synagogue in Kiev; the mob attack on a synagogue in...
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