Opinion

Letters to the Editor | October 6, 2022

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Yom Kippur and eating disorders Thank you for approaching the topic of eating disorders and Yom Kippur, including the repentance of sins “For Jews with...

What is Moshe trying to tell us?

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Rabbah Arlene Berger | Special to WJW This week’s Torah portion is Ha’azinu, Deuteronomy 32:1-52. Parshat Ha’azinu is the second to last chapter in the Torah....

The Abraham Accords face challenges ahead

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Meir Ben-Shabbat | Israel Hayom via JNS It is essential that we bolster and expand normalization, while preventing Iran from sabotaging it. As we celebrate the...

The Yom Kippur War showed us that statecraft matters

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Amnon Lord | Israel Hayom via JNS Almost 50 years after the Yom Kippur War, we have yet to clear the fog surrounding the major...

Iran in trouble

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Iran remains in the headlines. And the theocratic regime is taking a beating. But instead of criticism focused on the politically divisive nuclear deal...

An EU opportunity

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In 1995, Israel and the European Union (EU) entered into an Association Agreement which called for ministerial-level meetings between EU representatives and Israel at...

After the rain comes…

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Gaby Hilkowitz Rurka | Special to WJW Añasco, Puerto Rico — There is a lot of emotional and psychological trauma in Puerto Rico. Much of...

American West should look to Israel for climate solutions

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Alina Clough The American West is learning climate lessons the hard way. This summer especially, droughts have required the federal government to settle disputes over...

Yom Kippur and our community’s spiritual health

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Rabbi David Greenspoon | Special to WJW Yom Kippur begins at sunset on Oct. 4. The Yom Kippur Torah reading details a prerequisite before the...

For the sin we have committed by making People Feel Unwelcome at Synagogues

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Jeff Rubin I have been shocked lately by the number of my friends who have left synagogues because of a pattern of unkind remarks from...