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▪ I am proud to work on this magazine that is consistently excellent. This issue is typically full of great articles, from cover to cover: Jewish Action 30 Years Anniversary ▪ S Brody: Ask the Rabbi: May one kill a subdued terrorist? ▪ Y Elman: Rav Yitzchok Hutner and the Meaning of Hanukkah ▪ I’ve discussed in the past why ...

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▪ R J Wieder: Letter on Women Rabbis ▪ Why are there so few atheists in Israel? ▪ R S Pruzansky: “The Eye Sees, The Ear Hears” ▪ Visiting Scholars Tackle Orthodox Issues at Partnership Minyan ▪ Examining why the ban remains: The Spinoza Case ▪ Germany’s biggest kosher supermarket opens in Berlin ▪ It seems that only part of ...

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▪ Japan’s Takahito Mikasa at 100: A Prince Among the Jews ▪ Would a security guard have helped in this case?: Will Ezra Schwartz Murder Cause Schools To Rethink Security in Israel? ▪ Seal bearing name of Judean king found in Jerusalem ▪ He opposes changing the a status quo: Kotel rabbi opposes women Hanukkah lighting ▪ Serious poskim have ...

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▪ Sheldon Silver, ex-NY Assembly speaker, found guilty on all 7 corruption charges ▪ J Woolf: Torah, Academia and Historicism ▪ Jewish continuity in the Netherlands: Why I hired a Belgian butcher to circumcise my son ▪ Study: Conservative shuls spend on operations at expense of engagement ▪ Ultra-Orthodox rebel against Education Ministry ▪ The Justice Department versus the Right ...

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▪ The international Shabbat Project involved more than a million Jews in 84 countries ▪ Harrisburg synagogue makes Thanksgiving meal for emergency responders ▪ Rabbi delivers coffee to power workers ▪ It is inevitable: Why Conservative Judaism should accept patrilineal Jews ▪ Data is vital: Jewish Community Studies Remain Vital for Planning and Policy-making ▪ How Chai from China became ...

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▪ How One Purple Book Revolutionized Kosher Cooking ▪ Thanksgiving Dinner at New York’s Kosher Soup Kitchen ▪ R Zylberman: Encouraging Conversion Candidates ▪ A New, Sophisticated Haredi View on Gender ▪ A call for truth in advertising: R Shafran: Denominational Déjà Vu ▪ Also looking for truth in advertising: Conservative Judaism seeks its true name ▪ I don’t agree ...

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▪ Conspiracy Theories Won’t Die About Yemenite Jewish Babies Kidnapped for Adoption ▪ Orthodox Jews vow to continue gap-year trips to study in Israel ▪ The Torah scroll scam: Stolen, then re-soldWhat information could merit this?: ▪ Why not play without gambling money?: Jewish Bubbes Busted for Mahjong ‘Gambling Den’ ▪ Jewish-Muslim initiatives headline this year’s Mitzvah Day ▪ What’s ...

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What information could merit this?: ▪ Strong Criticism After Rabbinate Annuls Woman’s Conversion After 30 Years ▪ Orthodox Jew to head Argentina’s political umbrella for first time ▪ Incredible mitzvah: Jewish Tulane medical student shot while stopping attempted abduction ▪ Yerushalayim Cinema to Remain Closed on Shabbos ▪ Was Maimonides a philosopher or a theologian?….ask the rabbi

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▪ Jonathan Pollard freed after 30 years ▪ Addressing Child Abuse in Our Community ▪ Orthodox Union Statement regarding the Syrian Refugees Issue ▪ What Could Be Wrong With… The “K”? ▪ Jewish Life, 50 Years From Now ▪ What Could Be Wrong With… The Supervision Of Rabbi So-And-So? ▪ Teaming up, Welch’s and Manischewitz challenge kosher grape juice monopoly ...

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▪ Gathering pace, rogue Israeli conversion court racks up new Jews ▪ The One Where Bill Cosby Helps the New Kid in Town Own His Jewish Identity ▪ After 43 years, Jewish dialogue with Orthodox Christians still fragile ▪ On divorcees: Hoffman: The Invisible Among Us ▪ Jewish Life, 50 Years From Now ▪ Agudah tackles OTD: Annual confab told ...

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