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Don't Know Much 'Bout History

Don't Know Much 'Bout History

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Why God cares if you crack open your history book.

Other People's Prayers

Other People's Prayers

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Respect is a two-way street.

Besieged

Besieged

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On the present danger facing Israel and all Jews.

Guns or Butter

Guns or Butter

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How I became Prime Minister of Japan for an hour and nearly achieved world peace.

The Heartwarmer

The Heartwarmer

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Hershel Puretz wasn't looking to become the savior of 2,000 Israeli families.

No Thanks, Mr. Gandhi

No Thanks, Mr. Gandhi

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I reject your apology because you have missed the point of why your post was so offensive.

Minority within a Minority

Minority within a Minority

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Jews of color and their unique challenges.

A Glacial Shabbat

A Glacial Shabbat

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An instant congregation, somewhere in the Pacific Ocean.

Top 10 Articles of 2007

Top 10 Articles of 2007

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Enjoy revisiting some of these gems, and catch up on your reading in case you missed any.

Alone Again, Naturally

Alone Again, Naturally

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My brush with anti-Semitism.

Arkansas Menorah in the Baghdad Palace

Arkansas Menorah in the Baghdad Palace

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Soldiers deployed in Iraq celebrate the eighth night of Chanukah 2007.

The Bagel Theory

The Bagel Theory

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Jews have a powerful need to connect with one another.

Hijacking Chanukah

Hijacking Chanukah

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Chanukah is the last holiday into which we should be trying to shoehorn unrelated themes.

When the Few Activated the Many

When the Few Activated the Many

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Honoring Soviet Jewry movement should not lead to an orgy of self-congratulation.

The Heroine in Everywoman

The Heroine in Everywoman

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The secret power of Jewish mothers: creating and nurturing life in the face of death.

Strawberries with Everything

Strawberries with Everything

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Poignant lessons from 16 days in the hospital.

Young American Jews & Israel

Young American Jews & Israel

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What Jews under 35 feel towards Israel goes beyond apathy to outright resentment.

Command of the Sea

Command of the Sea

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A Jewish captain leads Navy's "Truman" into action.

Salami and Shiites

Salami and Shiites

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Firsthand report from the only Jewish chaplain in Iraq

Ahmadinejad and International Law

Ahmadinejad and International Law

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Three important lessons from the Theater of the Absurd.

Dancing with Our Children

Dancing with Our Children

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They may not be able to run, walk, or even sit up, but oh, how our children can dance.

Hosting Ahmadinejad

Hosting Ahmadinejad

by William Kristol

A disgrace at Columbia University.

Retorno: 12 Steps to Life

Retorno: 12 Steps to Life

by Esther Altmann, LMSW

Warriors in the struggle to recover from drug addiction.

The New Anti-Semitism

The New Anti-Semitism

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Anti-Semitism is official state ideology, turned into a force to recruit thousands in a new crusade.

A Steppingstone to Judaism

A Steppingstone to Judaism

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Aish HaTorah's Metro Trip was the best trip of my life.

After the Flood: Remembering Hurricane Katrina

After the Flood: Remembering Hurricane Katrina

by Roz Lyons

A Jewish community begins again.

The $700 per Pound Mushroom

The $700 per Pound Mushroom

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If a mushroom can cost $700 a pound, how much are you worth?

Terminal Judaism

Terminal Judaism

by Gila Davids

Without a Jewish education, what chance did our girls really have?

Not Cropped

Not Cropped

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Noah Feldman admits controversial photo was not altered by school.

Intermarriage and the N.Y. Times

Intermarriage and the N.Y. Times

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Is there ever any line that is crossed that calls for communal condemnation?

When God Moved Out

When God Moved Out

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Tisha B'Av and the truth of consequences.

Holocaust Lamentations

Holocaust Lamentations

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With survivors in mind, the Book of Lamentations comes hauntingly alive.

Harry Potter and Jewish Unity

Harry Potter and Jewish Unity

by Dov Krulwich

We are as strong as we are united.

Where's the Outrage?

Where's the Outrage?

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Jew-haters of the world need to know that we have as much passion to defend Jewish lives as they have passion to destroy us.

Bar Mitzvah Philanthropy

Bar Mitzvah Philanthropy

by Gabrielle Birkner

A little less bar, a little more mitzvah.

Chosen

Chosen

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It's not our Intelligence Quotients that count, but our Righteousness Quotients.

Inside Information

Inside Information

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In 1942, Pierre, a French Jew, abandoned God. Then the Six Day War happened.

Beyond Holocaust Museums

Beyond Holocaust Museums

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The best way to honor Holocaust victims is to celebrate the Judaism they wish they could have celebrated.

Caught in the Backlash?

Caught in the Backlash?

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As strains of Islam arouse suspicion worldwide, there may be ramifications for the Jewish community too.

Count Us In

Count Us In

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Down syndrome isn't preventing Danielle Magady from leading the typical life of a teenager.

Call-In for Pollard

Call-In for Pollard

by Aish.com Staff

Passover is the holiday of freedom. After 22 years, isn't it time?

Will Your Grandchildren Be Jews?

Will Your Grandchildren Be Jews?

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The disintegration of the American Jewish community and how to reverse it.

Milka's Art of Giving

Milka's Art of Giving

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She finds the strength to feed Israel's poor by feeding her own soul.

My Children's Jewish Future

My Children's Jewish Future

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A father's letter to his two children who are dating non-Jews.

Mobilize Now

Mobilize Now

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Anti-Semitism has leapfrogged from isolated attacks against Jews to incitement to genocide -- the actual elimination of the Jewish state.

A Touch of Eternity

A Touch of Eternity

by Charlotte Friedland

Magnetic, spiritual, ancient and contemporary -- a Torah scroll connects Jews of every stripe to every other Jew of the past, present and future.

A Reunion with a Stranger

A Reunion with a Stranger

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Amazing how one person changed my life, without even meeting her face to face.

The Polarized Jewish Community

The Polarized Jewish Community

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Assimilation and cultural renaissance: two sides of the same coin of American Jewish life.

The Sound of Silence

The Sound of Silence

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One of the liveliest Shabbat dinners we hosted was with a group of deaf teenagers.

Fighting Assimilation

Fighting Assimilation

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Give American Jews a 'birthright honeymoon.'

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