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Keep the cause, junk the junkDon’t try to sell me Christmas cards. I’m all stocked up. Not only on holiday greeting cards, but return address labels, gift tags and...read more...
Healing that goes beyond the cureWhen a prominent member of the Jewish community was diagnosed with cancer a few years ago, she learned of the U.S.-based Center for Jewish Healing....read more...
UN resolution passes, but status quo remainsOn Nov. 29, the 65th anniversary of the United Nations’ unfulfilled Palestine partition plan, the Palestinians took a symbolic but significant...read more...
Did Israel’s reaction play into Abbas’ hands?Last week’s According to Reports looked at Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas’ Nov. 29 UN gambit and Israel’s reaction....read more...
Canada: slumbering under the snowThe Harper government is so ideologically based, so disinterested in facts, that more of our citizens and friends who need compassion are suffering....read more...
Think before you actסוף מעשה במחשבה תחילה האם עיתוי ההחלטה לבנות בשטחי E1 הוא נכון יוסי טסטסה מיוחד עבור העיתון היהודי-קנדי    לישראל ולישראלים יש זיכרון קצר,...read more...
A cornucopia of books …With Chanukah almost upon us, think of giving some of these newly published books to friends and relatives as gifts. Bernard Lewis, the British-...read more...
Damages beyond and within our controlOne of the least talked about aspects of war is the economic fallout. While in general terms, estimates of the assessed damage are tallied, the day-...read more...
Why is the shamash on a pedestal?The Chanukah menorah is such a beautiful sight! Every night we add a new flame until we have eight in a straight row. The shamash is also part of the...read more...
Where are his clean hands?Early on in their formal legal education, students of Anglo-American jurisprudence learn about the rules of equity. The rules of equity were...read more...

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