Elsewhere: Remembering 9/11, Nazi-looted art at large, Apple snubs Israel


A bar mitzvah for 9/11: Thirteen years later, as the tragedies of 9/11 come of age, Rabbi Jeffrey K. Salkin wonders what we have learned and what questions we still need to be asking.  (Jewish Journal)

9/11 every day: A former intern at the National September 11 Memorial and Museum writes about what impact reliving the tragedy of others had on her. (Tablet)

Nazi-looted art at large: Only a handful of the 47 countries that signed the Terezin Declaration on repatriating stolen Jewish art from World War II have followed through, a new report finds. (Time)

A suicide story: American-Israeli soldier David Gordon lived a life of joy, writes his brother-in-law Aryeh Ho, who contends that Gordon’s death in August was declared a suicide by the media but no one else. (Aish)

Apple snubs Israel: Israelis will have to wait for the newest Apple products despite the likelihood that some of the technology was developed in their own country. (Times of Israel)


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