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As I sit down to write this week’s column, I’m thinking about what I will eat before and after the fast (I’d rather not think about the fasting part). Jerry, on the other hand, … more
Famous for its namesake cheesesteaks, Philadelphia might be one of the last places you’d expect to find a Kosher barbecue smackdown. That, however, is what patrons can expect on Sunday, Aug. … more
A Scottish man arrested for teaching his girlfriend’s dog to do the Nazi salute denied in court that he committed a hate crime. Mark Meechan, 29, taught the pug, named Buddha (pictured), to … more
“Becoming Israeli,” an anthology edited by Akiva Gersh, narrates the hysterical, inspiring and challenging sides of immigrating to Israel.  The book unites the writing of 40 … more
As a child, I spent my summers at Camp Solomon Schechter, a Conservative Jewish camp in Tumwater, Wash., set on the shores of Lake Joshua Stampfer. My experiences at Camp Schechter were central to … more
The catastrophic numbers of drug users, deaths and overdoses only pale to the nightmare of a 90 percent relapse rate. This plague has not passed over the Jewish … more
Hadassah Hospital doctors have saved the life of 22-year-old Kimberly Winkler, an industrial engineering student from Minnesota who suffered a massive brain aneurysm. Winkler, a native of the … more
Numbers play a significant role in Judaism, and for the 110 women who attended the AMIT’s annual Yom Iyun (Day of Learning) at the Sephardic Temple in Cedarhurst on July 26, specific figures … more
WASHINGTON — Two prominent former Israeli diplomats are charging that the State Department is recycling parts of its old reports in order to whitewash the Palestinian Authority’s (PA) … more
Sponsored by Nefesh B’Nefesh TEL AVIV — Capt. Libby Weiss spent most of the summer of 2014 in a Hamas tunnel. Israel’s military captured the tunnel, which extended from Gaza … more
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