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Let love overcome“In the end, love overcomes,” my late friend Eitan Gdalizon used to say. During tense meetings, stressful negotiations and difficult...read more...
Confronting Qatar's terror sponsorshipThe shocking brutality of the Islamic State (IS), also referred to as ISIS or ISIL has finally galvanized public and political support for decisive...read more...
Europe's Jews aren't packing their bags just yetPerhaps even the ominously dark cloud of anti-Semitism in today’s Europe has a silver lining: according to recent statistics, a growing number...read more...
The synagogue of BiarritzThis past summer was not a particularly good one for the Jews of Europe. The Gaza war heightened tensions and left Jews of France, for example,...read more...
Forgiveness was my grandparents’ final giftThis is the first Yom Kippur since I published my book Forgiveness: A Gift from My Grandparents. To be sure, I have had – at best – a...read more...
Welcoming the unaffiliated  With so many non-members coming to shul on the High Holidays, it’s a challenge to make them feel at home and forge meaningful...read more...
Flying high with kashrutIn today’s world of frequent travel, when many of us travel for vacation purposes or for business meetings and conferences, it’s...read more...
Giving our sins a modern spinThe right hand is clenched into a fist. Words of confession are recited. The heart is lightly struck. Ashamnu, bagadnu, gazalnu… We have...read more...
Whither the traditional movements? Conservatism can learn from Orthodoxy’s depth of commitment, while the latter needs to recognize that it can’t ignore history –...read more...
What can we do to heal the world?On Rosh Hashanah, we are exhorted to look into our deeds, what we have done well and where we have failed. We are taught, indeed we know, that the...read more...

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