Thursday, May 28, 2015 Sivan 10, 5775

Italy Set Path for International Holocaust Day Tammy Hertzbach, a Philadelphia-area resident, was born in Italy after World War II. A child of Holocaust survivors, her family’s story during and after the Holocaust is harrowing, yet inspiring. Sadly, with each passing year, fewer survivors exist to tell their stories. The vacuum is filled by increasingly vocal Holocaust deniers. That’s why...
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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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Aaron Kaufman
The director of Penn State Hillel argues that the policy against promoting platforms that seek to delegitimize Israel is institutional, not personal.
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Rabbi Barry L. Schwartz
The director of the Jewish Publication Society explains how Outside the Bible: Ancient Jewish Writings Related to Scripture offers a tantalizing glimpse into the tumultuously creative world of the Second Temple era.
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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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