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  • If ISIS attacks again, what will U.S. do?

    The Obama administration is reportedly considering airstrikes in Syria against the terrorist group ISIS. The New York Times quotes "a top national security adviser" to the president as saying the U.S. is "'not going to be restricted by borders' to protect...
  • U.S. judge named to U.N. panel on Gaza conflict

    GENEVA (Reuters) - The head of the United Nations' Human Rights Council announced on Monday he had appointed a U.S. judge to join a panel set up to look into alleged war crimes during Israel's military offensive in Gaza. Israel has already dismissed...
  • Rabbi Sholom Ciment: US must lead the way in fighting Islamic terror

    While ISIS continues to massacre and execute anyone refusing to convert to Islam, an Australian turned ISIS jihad traveled to Syria and posted his son holding a severed head with the caption; "That's my boy!" Their prime minister promptly reacted; "This...
  • Temple University investigates alleged anti-Semitism

    PHILADELPHIA The president of Temple University assured Jewish students and others Monday that the university was conducting an investigation after a student was allegedly physically attacked and called anti-Semitic names last week. Temple president Neil...
  • Bernard I.H. "Bernie" Kramer, city educator

    Bernard I.H. "Bernie" Kramer, city educator
    Bernard I.H. "Bernie" Kramer, a retired Baltimore public school vice principal who earlier had been an English department head and reading teacher, died Aug. 14 at Autumn Ridge Nursing Center in Pikesville of complications from a stroke. He was 92. The...
  • Rabbi seeks to return shul to past glory

    Hector Epelbaum, the new rabbi at Temple Beth Israel in Sunrise, has a message for people who ask what the synagogue can offer them. Epelbaum wants them to ask themselves, "How can I be involved and what can I give?" Epelbaum, 54, said he looks at a...
  • Einstein Academy moves planned opening to 2015

    Albert Einstein Academy, a charter school that offers Hebrew and other languages and was slated to open this month in Tamarac, will not open until next year at a different Broward County location. Rabbi Mark Blazer, who started the Albert Einstein...
  • Students perform mitzvot abroad

    Three students who attend Scheck Hillel Community School in North Miami Beach volunteered abroad this summer in areas that have high poverty and lack resources. Twelfth-grade student and Miami resident Nicole Scheck worked with Global Leadership...
  • Security increases following incidents

    Residents in the North Miami Beach neighborhood where Rabbi Joseph Raksin was gunned down while walking during the Sabbath have noticed an increase in both Miami-Dade and North Miami Beach police presence since the tragedy. Maj. Saima Plasencia of the...
  • Preparing for the Jewish New Year

    Instead of enjoying a last afternoon off before school starts, children of Temple Beth Tikvah gathered at the Greenacres synagogue on Sunday to polish the silver religious items to be used during the upcoming High Holidays. The upcoming Jewish Holiday of...
  • Palm Beach Gardens' rabbi 'rocks'

    After a nearly 40-year-history, Conservative Temple Beth David in Palm Beach Gardens is turning a new page with the addition of its new spiritual leader, David Paskin, who refers to himself as the "Rock 'n' Roll Rabbi." The 43-year-old rabbi has been...