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Even though Jewish communal groups claim to place a huge emphasis on family life and Jewish continuity, most of the nation’s rabbinical seminaries still do not offer their employees paid parental leave.

Zimbabwe's Lembas Push for Circumcision

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Henry Krystal, Survivor and Holocaust Trauma Expert, Dies at 90

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Iconic Hasidic-Owned Electronics Store B and H Faces Growing Worker Revolt

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The Jerusalem Street at the Epicenter of the Violence

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