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Crossword Puzzle – Famous Jewish Websites

Yoni Glatt
Friday, November 5th, 2010

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Palestine, Iran And Israel’s Nuclear Strategy: Critical Notes for an Essential Strategic Policy in Jerusalem (Part II)

Louis Rene Beres
Thursday, November 4th, 2010

What is Israel to do? Confronting a new enemy Arab state that could act collaboratively and capably (thanks, largely, to the U.S.) with other Arab states, or possibly even with non-Arab Iran, and also potentially serious synergies between the birth of Palestine, and renewed terrorism from Lebanon, Israel could feel itself compelled to bring hitherto clandestine elements of its “ambiguous” nuclear strategy into the light of day. Here, leaving the “bomb in the basement” would no longer make strategic sense.

NIJH: Caring For The Terminally Ill Jewish Patient

Sandy Eller
Wednesday, November 3rd, 2010

It was at a UJA-Federation meeting twenty-five years ago when someone asked Rabbi Maurice Lamm, the first Orthodox rabbi to ever serve on the Federation’s board, how to care for a terminally ill individual. Rabbi Lamm, then a member of the rabbinate for thirty years and at the time serving as rabbi of Congregation Beth Jacob in Beverly Hills, California – one of the largest Orthodox synagogues in the U.S. – had no answer but vowed to find a way to address what was clearly a delicate and weighty issue.

A Non-Jew’s 1841 Impressions Of Shearith Israel

Dr. Yitzchok Levine
Wednesday, November 3rd, 2010

Lydia Maria (nee Francis) Child (February 11, 1802-Oct. 20, 1880) was educated at home, at a local “dame school” and at a nearby women’s seminary. After her mother died when she was twelve, she went to live with an older sister in Maine for some years. She is little known today, but in her time she was a famous anti-slavery activist. She was also a novelist, editor, journalist and scholar. She is best remembered for her poem “Over the River and Through the Woods,” which recalls her Thanksgiving visits as a child to her grandfather’s home.

The Sword In The Tongue

Rebbetzin Esther Jungreis
Wednesday, November 3rd, 2010

Dear Rebbetzin:

I am not sure whether this is the right forum in which to discuss my concern, but I am hopeful that your widely read column can be used as an arena to air this issue.

After Bomb Attempt, Jewish Institutions Reexamine Security

Sue Fishkoff
Wednesday, November 3rd, 2010

Jewish institutions throughout the United States are reassessing their security following last Friday’s mail bombing attempt of two Jewish institutions in Chicago.

After Bomb Attempt, Jewish Institutions Reexamine Security

Sue Fishkoff
Wednesday, November 3rd, 2010

Jewish institutions throughout the United States are reassessing their security following last Friday’s mail bombing attempt of two Jewish institutions in Chicago.

What Would Meir Kahane Do?

Elliot Resnick
Wednesday, October 27th, 2010

Although Israel’s economy stands strong amid a world recession, the political future of the Jewish state has perhaps never looked bleaker. Iran’s nuclear threat looms large, Israel’s West Bank settlements may soon become part of a Palestinian state, and Jerusalem stands threatened with division.

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