Opinion

A time for healing

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In claiming victory this past Saturday as the nation’s 46th president, Joe Biden hit all the right notes. He was forceful, empathetic and steady...

Letters to the Editor: Nov. 13

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The legacy of Baltimore’s Lithuanian heritage I am a native of Baltimore and a decades-long subscriber to the Baltimore Jewish Times. I currently live part...
Rabbi Joshua Runyan

Opinion | A season of change? Only if we do our part

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By Rabbi Joshua Runyan For the first time since ceding the reins of a Jewish newspaper, I was called a traitor last week by a...
Susan Weikers

Opinion | Lifelong lessons for Israel’s future

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By Susan Weikers For me, involvement with the state of Israel was prenatal. Even before I was born, right around the time of Israel’s founding,...

Opinion | Bridging technology and education

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By Rivki Fialkoff Until last spring, I always started my day by checking my email. Since then, it seems like I walk into a different...

Letters to the editor: Nov. 6

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Originalism is not new to Judaism I’d like to offer a Jewish framing for the Oct. 23 editorials. “For President, Joe Biden”: It should have been...
Rabbi Etan Mintz

Parshat Vayera: Welcoming guests

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By Rabbi Etan Mintz The parshah this week opens with the famous image of God appearing to Abraham as he sits at the entrance of...

Corbyn is gone, but Labour anti-Semitism remains

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Jeremy Corbyn, who led Britain’s opposition Labour Party until earlier this year, was suspended from the party last week. He was a leader with...

Jerusalem, Israel — a proud birthplace

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It took 18 years, but reality finally overcame politics. And now, the U.S. passport of Menachem Zivotofsky shows the unremarkable but much litigated truth...
woman hugs grandmother

Opinion | What I learned from quarantining with my Holocaust survivor grandmother

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By Emily Barasch A woman I quarantined with inadvertently shamed me on a regular basis. As strange March rolled into tragic April which rolled into...