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Because Halloween, as All Hallows’ Eve, has its roots in pagan mythology and the Christian calendar, Jews traditionally don’t celebrate it. But increasingly people (including Jews) around the world are celebrating American Halloween and I think that’s a terrible mistake.
Leading Israeli columnist and author Ari Shavit confirmed Thursday that he is the writer accused of sexual assault by an American journalist.3
Harvard University dining workers are celebrating a victory after a strike that gained them a $35,000 minimum yearly income and stable health-care costs in their new contract. And Jewish students on campus are, by and large, celebrating with them after taking a prominent role at the forefront of the push to support their demands.
The Dallas Holocaust Museum will move to a new building and expand its mission to include a broad focus on human rights.
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