Rabbi Latz of Shir Tikvah and Rabbi Allen of Beth Jacob were among many rabbis across the country who were invited to celebrate Chanukkah with the Obamas at the White House.
How does our identity as a Jew influence our politics? Is it possible to separate our Jewishness from our political attitudes? A week away from the election Sarah Brammer-Shlay examines the answers.
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Exactly fifteen years and one month after Ahmad Vahidi and other Iranian terrorists masterminded the destruction of Argentina’s Jewish Community Center in a murderous attack that killed 85 and wounded […]
President Obama recently released the sixteen names of the”agents of change” in politics, science, art, medicine, and sports deserving of the 2009 Presidential Medal of Freedom, the nation’s highest civilian […]