Monday, March 2, 2015 AdarI 11, 5775

The creation of a new home for a community institution is, by definition, a cause for celebration. And that was certainly the case this past Sunday when the Jack M. Barrack Hebrew Academy dedicated its new campus in Bryn Mawr. The Academy was already a highly regarded school, but the impressive new facility will only add to its allure. The...
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Stu Goldman
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Should Americans care what foreigners think about the presidential election?
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Jonathan S. Tobin
Earlier this year, I met with a foreign ambassador who, when asked what he thought about America's zany primary election season, readily confessed that he had a rooting interest in the outcome. "We're all hoping that [Sen. Barack] Obama will win," the ambassador confided. While casting no aspersions on the Republicans, the prospect of an American president with whom the...
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We've all heard the admonition: If you get a tattoo -- if you desecrate your body in this way -- you will not be able to be buried in a Jewish cemetery. Such phrases filled Jewish childhoods in mid-20th century America; and yet, who would have imagined way back then that this standard parental admonition would provide the lead for...
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Myths of Islamic Tolerance Have Clear Goal: Extinction of the Jewish State Historian Benny Morris writes in The New Republic ( www.tnr.com ) on Sept. 10 about the legacy of Islamic anti-Semitism: "Scholars in the West have begun to devote time and space to anti-Western jihadism and Muslim anti-Semitism -- and a good thing, too, as these are very much...
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