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Reform movement joins health advocacy groups in urging rejection of Obamacare repeal

Reform movement joins health advocacy groups in urging rejection of Obamacare repeal

The Union for Reform Judaism was among 28 groups, including a handful of faith-based ones, that signed on to a full-page ad in The New York Times.

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Opinion

Opinion

Artists’ anti-Israel protest of David Grossman play fizzles — as it deserved to

First Person

First Person

The time Israeli security strip-searched me at their embassy in Jordan

Boy Scouts set world record in dreidel spinning

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United States

Kirsten Gillibrand

Netanyahu does ‘not have a plan for peace,’ Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand says

In a rare rebuke of Israel by a New York Democrat, Gillibrand also said she was willing to reconsider her support for an anti-BDS bill.

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Israel & Middle East

Muslim worshippers stay away from Temple Mount despite removal of metal detectors, security cameras

The Muslim Waqf said worshippers should continue to stay away from the Temple Mount and reject any security measures.

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Documents Show Truman Demanded Israel Withdraw from Areas Taken During the War of Independence

Japanese Government Rejects Article Blaming Stock Market Trouble on Jews

Candy Workers Strike; Want Pay Checks Sweetened

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World

Why Jews from Libya are worried about the fate of the country’s Jewish artifacts

The State Department is weighing a request from Libya to keep its antiquities, including Jewish ones, from being taken out of the country.

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From 70 Faces Media

Dating While Ultra-Orthodox? Better Update Your Shidduch Resume.

I Gladly Adopted Judaism — But the Food Was Another Story

Halvah and Halwah: What’s The Difference?

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Life & Culture

Menashe

This Yiddish film is a rare look into Hasidic Brooklyn life

"Menashe" — thought to be the first Yiddish movie in more than 70 years — is based on the true story of a Hasidic single father in Borough Park.

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