Elsewhere: Shuafat crime scene, Hollywood to rabbinate, faking Jewish


Scene of the crime: Shuafat, the eastern Jerusalem neighborhood from which Mohammad Abu Khieder was abducted before being murdered, is a prosperous area where many residents enjoy good relations with Jews. (Washington Post)

Bulldoze Jewish terrorists’ homes: Israel should deal with those responsible for murdering a Palestinian teen the same way it deals with Palestinian terrorists, Rabbi Daniel Landes writes. (Haaretz)

The killings contrast: Unlike Palestinians, Israelis offer no succor to murderers, Eugene Kontorovich writes. (Commentary)

Despairing for Israel: David Harris-Gershon writes that the clamor for vengeance after the murders of three Israeli teens has shaken his faith in Zionism. (Tikkun)

From ‘The Pianist’ to the pulpit: Jessica Meyer left behind a promising Hollywood career to pursue her passion for Judaism in the rabbinate. (Boston Globe)

Faking Jewish: In Brooklyn’s haredi neighborhoods, non-Jewish panhandlers dressed like Orthodox Jews are begging for tzedakah. (N.Y. Post)

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