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The Florida case of a woman on life support for 13 years has put issues of how we die and when and how doctors and others should intervene on the front page. Whatever the courts say about that case, however, will only apply to federal and Florida law.
What would Jewish law say about...
October 17, 2002 | 8:00 pm
When people query me as to who our clients are, if the person is Jewish, I often answer, "Half our clients are Jewish organizations. And the other half are people who treat us really nicely."
Almost always people laugh at the response. Once, however, at a Jewish event in San...
August 30, 2001 | 8:00 pm
Good news has been in short supply since the Mideast peace process crashed and burned last September and the region was engulfed with violence, which shows no sign of abating.
But for pro-Israel activists, there is one bright note: Bush II is proving to be a far cry from Bush I.