Opinion

Nachman Shai is listening

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In a recent JTA opinion piece under the headline “Has Israel let you down? Talk about it,” Nachman Shai, Israel’s new Minister for Diaspora...

Must a U.S. consulate be in Jerusalem?

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Historically, the Consulate General of the United States in Jerusalem was a U.S. diplomatic mission that provided consular services to Palestinian residents in Jerusalem,...
Rabbi Michael Werbow

Parshat Ha’azinu: Finding meaning in holiday rituals

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By Rabbi Michael Werbow On our way to Sukkot and Simchat Torah, we pause for a poem by Moses in which he testifies before the...
A sukkah

Opinion | Sukkot’s message is essential during our climate crisis

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By Esti Shapiro Growing up in the temperamental weather of Denver, Colo., it was not at all unusual to experience rain, high winds, heat waves...

Opinion | Observing Yom Kippur with a disordered eating past

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By Sarah Simone Yom Kippur is arguably one of the most important days in the Jewish calendar. It is the Day of Atonement, a day...
Dr. Gwen L. DuBois

Opinion | Housing saves lives

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By Dr. Gwen L. DuBois While we are still in the midst of a global pandemic, we are also in the midst of an ever-worsening...
Maggie Hoffman

Opinion | A patchwork of pandemic stories at the Jewish Museum

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By Maggie Hoffman Since March of 2020, we’ve collectively faced unimaginable challenges and grappled with overwhelming grief. We’ve worked on the front lines and balanced...

Letters to the editor: Sept. 10

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Time for Biden to go The Republican Women of Baltimore County and its president Dee Hodges are shocked and heartsick by the murder of our...

The challenge of a parole decision

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Fifty-three years ago, in June 1968, 24-year-old Sirhan Sirhan rocked America when he shot and killed Sen. Robert F. Kennedy (D-N.Y.), then the leading...

Voice of hate at State

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Jesus Christ came to save the whole world from the Jews — the founders of the original Anti-Christ religion, they who are the seed...