| By Elizabeth Levi |
| Friday, 24 May 2013 16:27|
CHARLESTON, S.C. (JTA) – I cried when I found out our new rabbi was going to be a woman. I was in ninth grade and did not like the thought of change. She would change all of our congregation’s traditions. She would not have the same endearing voice as our previous male rabbi. She must be weird: What kind of woman would want to be a rabbi anyway?
| By Amy Bromberg |
| Friday, 24 May 2013 16:26|
NEW YORK (JTA) – I slept soundly through the thump, then creak of footsteps, as my 18-month-old son climbed out of his crib and ran to our room. He clawed his way up the queen-sized mattress to nurse. I turned toward my baby’s soft, warm body and fell back asleep as he sipped, shifting between our three older children, who’d also woken up from bad dreams and found solace in our bed.
| By Ron Wolfson |
| Friday, 10 May 2013 20:29|
LOS ANGELES (JTA) – It’s that time of year, when Jewish institutions pull out their 2013-14 calendars and fill them with events. Many of the programs are very good, with clever names and slick marketing.
| By Sabrina Brotons |
| Friday, 26 April 2013 16:01|
I got involved with Hillel at the University of Rhode Island during my freshman year of college. Last year, a friend who organized Holocaust Remembrance Week asked me to help him with the events. It was then I became inspired to continue spreading awareness about the Holocaust.
| By Robert I. Lappin |
| Friday, 26 April 2013 15:56|
Area newspapers continue to publish articles and letters sympathetic to the Palestinians and critical of Israel, which prompts me to answer my own rhetorical question: Who are the Palestinians?
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