When I was growing up and going to the movies almost every weekend, I rarely saw a character with any type of disability or life-threatening disease featured in a film, unless it was a three-hankie movie like “Love Story,” in which the female lead, Ali MacGraw, seemed to get more...
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Guilford Glazer, leading Los Angeles philanthropist, dies at 93
Equality in the United States? Progress in principal, but not in practice
Haredi circumcision practice infects New York baby with herpes
30 senior Israeli officials detained in corruption sweep
Hamas commander killed; IDF soldier seriously injured in clash near Gaza border
Harold Schulweis: Founder of a Big Judaism
Founding Rabbi of Leo Baeck Temple, Leonard I. Beerman, dies at 93
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A roundup of the most talked about political and global stories in the Jewish world this week:
Serious about Syria
"Israeli airstrikes in Syria on Iranian weapons destined for Lebanon’s Hezbollah militia could be seen as heralding wider international involvement in Syria’s...
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To Read: Deputy Secretary of State William J. Burns shares his view on the different ways America can promote democracy in today's Middle East-
Democratic reform can proceed in different ways and...
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