Shalit Deal Shows Culture of Two Nations

Many Israelis cheered the deal to free Gilad Shalit even though scores of hardened terrorists were freed. The U.S. has a different approach to prisoner exchanges with enemies.


Jewish Chaplains Get Memorial of Own

Over the years, 14 Jewish chaplains have died serving in the United States military. They finally got a proper memorial at Arlington National Cemetery.


Rosenberg Sons Revisit Secretive Past

The sons of Ethel and Julius Rosenberg made a rare joint public appearance for a screening and discussion of ‘Daniel’ a movie inspired by their parents’ infamous trial.


Social Workers Help L.A. Synagogues

With the downturn continuing, two of Los Angeles’ wealthiest congregations have welcomed unfamiliar professionals to their regular synagogue staffs: social workers.

Settler Turned Peace Activist Now Occupies Wall Street

Kobi Skolnick was born a Lubavitcher and was a right-wing settler. He became a peace activist, and now he’s making his mark at the Occupy Wall Street protest.

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