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My wife, Sharon, and I had our B’nai Mitzvah a couple of years apart in the mid-1980s at Temple Am David in Warwick. We think back to our special days with warm memories. Like most … more
AMSTERDAM (JTA) – The Dutch Foreign Ministry reprimanded a diplomat who overstepped his authority to save thousands of Jews from the Holocaust and deprived him of royal honors, new research … more
BY HILARY SALK This is the third article in a series leading up to the 80th anniversary of Kristallnacht. As Nov. 9 approaches and I continue to have an opportunity to write about the 80th … more
JERUSALEM (JTA) – Israel’s Cabinet approved a plan to bring some 1,000 Ethiopian Falash Mura who have children living in Israel to the country. The plan approved on Oct. 7 was … more
  JTA – The American Jewish University in Los Angeles is stopping its undergraduate admissions and phasing out its undergraduate curriculum. The university, which has about 70 … more
On Sunday, Nov. 4, Jewish women from around southern New England will gather for a day of study, dialogue and reflection at the annual “Tichyeh Schochet Memorial Conference for … more
One of the most poignant concerns expressed by pre-adoptive parents is the fear that their own parents will not accept the child they adopt.   Sometimes grandparents make no … more
Where can you hear speakers such as Martin Fletcher, Barry Joseph, Catherine Price, Jonathan Weisman and Liraz Cohen Mordechai all in one place in the same evening? The always popular Evening … more
In 1979, 28-year-old Alan Shatter was elected to the Dublin City Council as a Fine Gael (“Tribe of the Irish”) candidate. Shatter was the only member of Ireland’s Jewish … more
CRANSTON – Alan Lury, who has served as vice chairman of the Touro Fraternal Association’s board of directors for the past five years, was unanimously elected as the new board … more
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