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The Council of Young Jewish Presidents wants the next generation of philanthropists prepared for the job.
Osem has embarked on a campaign to get Heinz, which accounts for about a third of Israeli ketchup sales, off supermarket shelves.
“Like Oskar Schindler, Frits used the argument that the Jews he employed were indispensable to company production.”
Shavuot falls on the 75th anniversary of the cruel and bloody riots against the small Jewish community in Iraq.
By ZVI GABAY
With the current surge of violent global anti-Semitism there is an urgent need for a powerful Jewish body dedicated to fighting anti-Semitism.
By ISI LEIBLER
Unless the Jewish community that cares about Israel can come to grips with this issue, there will likely be a drastic decline in the pro-Israel crowd.
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
Unfortunately, a spate of recent legislation at the national and state level risks undermining this unity in the mainstream of the Jewish community.
By PAUL EGERMAN,ALAN SOLOMONT
Recent events here have demonstrated that the Israeli government does not always treat Jews and Palestinians as equals under the law.
By AARON KLEIN
The only time the Jewish world condenses more than when it’s under attack is when we are the ones perpetrating the attacks.
By PINCHAS GOLDSCHMIDT
Can we imagine a day when the Orthodox synagogue will accept a rabba to lead the congregation?
By BRENDA KATTEN
While the idea of waiting for God to bestow on the Jews a messiah was rejected by Secular Zionists in traditional terms, many aspects of redemption were maintained and promoted.
By ELI KAVON
Unbeknownst to even keen observers of Jewish life, about half of those who identify as Jews but were not born Jewish never underwent formal rabbinic conversion.
I’m proud of the times when USY’ers have led the way in publicly modeling Jewish observance – despite frequent poor choices by adult Conservative Jews.
By DAVID BENKOF
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