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Local microbiologist’s innovative business helping to save lives

MEET BEN RUDER…

AGE: 28  FAMILY: Parents Jay and Sharon, younger siblings Andrew and Rachel  SYNAGOGUE: Cong. More...

Teens attend White House event

Two area teens were among the Jewish leaders attending a White House reception in honor of Jewish American Heritage Month. More...

TALK TO US…

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Life Cycles

LEVINE-COOPER

Howard and Susan Levine of Voorhees, and Sharon Cooper of Scottsdale, Ariz., announce the engagement of their children, Melissa Levine and Dustin Cooper.  More...

GRINSPAN-GEALT

Elaine and Stewart Grinspan of Philadelphia announce the engagement of their daughter, Jennifer Leigh Grinspan, to Peter Sloan Gealt, son of Rochelle and Barry Gealt of Voorhees.  Jen graduated Summa Cum Laude from Temple Univ. with a B.A. More...

B’nai Mitzvah:

ADATH EMANU-EL  RACHEL VIOLET FOX, daughter of Michael and Amy Fox, on June 2.  JOSEPH G. ZETKULIC, son of Joseph and Robin Zetkulic, on June 9.  More...

Going Solo

Going Solo

THURSDAY, JUNE 28  SJ JEWISH SINGLES  Monthly meeting at Temple Emanuel at 7:30 p.m. The Martin Keoughan Improv Group will perform. Free to members and $3 for guests. Call Judy at 609-953-8649. More...

Columns

Peace in the Middle East: What doesn’t make the headlines

JERUSALEM JOURNAL

For as long as I can remember, “Peace in the Middle East” has been a leading news story. It has taken different turns with an emphasis on one problem or another. More...

The show CAN go on—thanks to online conversion utilities

COMPUSCHMOOZE

The computer world is divided roughly into two camps, Apple and Microsoft. Most of the time, they can coexist peacefully.  More...

No need to travel to London, as the Olympics were right here

FAMILY TALK

The day was sweltering. In fact, the whole weekend was a scorcher. The sun hadn’t let up for a minute, and getting relief from the heat was proving to be a feat in itself. More...

 

Romney faces Lieberman challenge as religion issue looms in election

WASHINGTON—  Mitt Romney’s Lacrosse moment awaits him.   More...

Mideast

Mubarak’s legacy of peace and stability has been upended

WASHINGTON—Hosni Mubarak’s legacy was supposed to be an Egypt preeminent in the region and at peace with its neighbors, but the instrument he used to achieve it—the absolute power of the state—undid him and could sweep away th More...

Vandals target Neve Shalom

ARABS & JEWS

Vandals damaged property and defaced Neve Shalom, a village near Jerusalem that has served for decades as a model for Jewish-Arab coexistence.  Graffiti saying “Death to Arabs” and “Revenge for Gilad Farm” and “Reve More...

‘Son of Hamas’ arrives in Israel

ESPIONAGE…

The son of a West Bank Hamas leader who spied for Israel and wrote a book about his experiences has returned to Israel.  Mosab Hassan Yousef arrived in Israel earlier this month and was held up at the airport for several hours before being allow More...

Federation

YAD visits Jewish History Museum

Members of the Young Adult Division (YAD) Leadership Development Institute spent the morning of June 6 at the National Museum of American Jewish History. More...

Leadership learns about overseas partners

Participants took part in the second of two sessions to learn about the work of Federation’s overseas partners. More...

Obituaries

OBITUARIES

ESTHER FLEISHER, of Cherry Hill, died on June 10. Wife of the late Daniel Fleisher. Mother of Barbara (Marvin) Waxman, Dr. Robert Fleisher and Steven (Susan) Fleisher. Grandmother of four and greatgrandmother of nine. More...

Do It!

Calendar

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27  TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM  TBS Country Fair “At the Beach” from 6-8 p.m. Free and open to all. Call 751-6663.  JEWISH BUSINESS NETWORK  Evening networking meeting. More...

Editorial

With the Fourth of July upon us, honor America’s legacy of freedom

As the Fourth of July approaches, many of us look forward to spending the day soaking up the rays by the pool or going to barbeques where there will surely be no shortage of hot dogs, watermelon, and apple pie—good old summer basics that have b More...

DRY BONES…

Full Story

A personal perspective on the Six Day War from one who was there

The passage of 45 years can easily dim one’s perspective on an event such as the Six Day War of June 1967. More...

Letters

Taking issue with leader of Americans for Peace Now

DEAR EDITOR

I couldn’t agree more with James Klutznick (“It is because we support Israel that we need to criticize its leaders” May 30, Pg. More...

Religion Column

The transition from great individuals to a holy community

Parashat Chukat Num. 19:1-22:1  More...

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