What books must every Jew read? What books are critical to informing your understanding of your faith, your culture, your people? With this issue, The Jewish Journal introduces a new weekly column: My Jewish Library. We've asked rabbis, scholars and thinkers to each pick the one...
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Gap in peace talks wide, Palestinian official says
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DNC chair: Perception of division on Israel within Democratic Party is totally untrue
Ukraine’s anti-Semitism: Real and not new
Rouhani: Iran seeks dialogue, not war
Moving and Shaking: Downtown Seder, JQ Int’l gala, Max Spivak named VP, Dr. Ludmila Bess honored
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From the vantage point of our already traumatic new millennium, "Old Men at Midnight," celebrated author Chaim Potok's latest collection of three novellas, requires us to look back in anguish at a wrenching picture of the 20th century.
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