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How we relate to GodA minor controversy has erupted in the Anglo-Jewish press in recent weeks over women in two New York Jewish day schools expressing a desire to wear...read more...
Reform Judaism is making inroads in IsraelLife is easier in North America than here in Israel. Making a decent living is less onerous, there are no ongoing security concerns, people are...read more...
BDS and Oxfam defeated at the Super BowlThe ongoing political war against Israel, being waged through a highly aggressive campaign of boycotts, divestment and sanctions (BDS), was handed...read more...
The strong and steadfast women of yoreThe Torah readings at this time of year are some of the most intriguing and defining of the year. The Israelites are standing at Sinai experiencing...read more...
Visiting the stoneIn the beginning, we’d go often. On her birthday, on Mother’s Day, before Yom Kippur and, sometimes, just because. We’d huddle...read more...
Another take on controversial cartoonPrime Minister Stephen Harper’s recent trip to Israel was triumphal. At a time when Israelis frequently feel criticized, boycotted, abandoned,...read more...
An expiry date for ‘never again’?Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s recent trip to the Land of Israel, our Eretz Yisrael, appeared to be a mission, a Haj of sorts, a trip he saved...read more...
Israel is coming to Reform JudaismAnat Hoffman is arguably Israel’s best known and most effective social activist. What for her admirers is her claim to fame is for her...read more...
A new look at day school fundingLast March, I described two parallel challenges facing Jewish day schools: financial sustainability and affordability. I wrote the article at the...read more...
Pressure Russia on gay rightsThe 2014 Winter Olympics open in Sochi, Russia, on Feb. 7. Russia will attempt to present itself on the international stage as a modern, democratic...read more...

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