I knew that I would not need to set my alarm for morning minyan once I heard on the radio that Rabbi Yehudah Glick had been shot. Helicopters had already been present since the Gaza war, and their numbers increased along with all sorts of other police and military vehicles with the...
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This crime hasn’t any impact on my feelings for Israel (“Does the murder of Muhammad Abu Khdeir Make You Doubt Israel? It Should,” July 11). The national response to the crime might. But not the crime itself.
If the sentiment to kill Palestinians because they are...
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This week, the world’s attention will refocus from domestic issues to the international stage of the World Cup in Brazil. While domestic Israeli politics never has a dull moment, today we bring you a story about the Italian football superclub “FC Inter Milan” and the social work...
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Chandra Levy Remembered
More than 1,200 mourners attending the memorial service for Chandra Levy on Tuesday were greeted by the strains of Hebrew melodies, played by a quartet from the local symphony. As Chandra Levy's family -- parents Robert and Susan and 21-year-old brother Adam...
April 8, 1998 | 8:00 pm
Taking the First Step
More than 40 rabbis, from Orthodox to Reform, look for ways to increase respect among Jews
By Julie Gruenbaum Fax, Religion Editor
One of them calls himself a hardliner. Another says he...