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They call me "NewsHound IV," because I'm a clever Finnegan, sniffing out stories all over the Boulder area. I love Jewish holidays because the food is GREAT, especially the brisket. Well all the food. I was a rescue pup and glad to be on the scent!

CEO of JCPA Will Headline J Street Colorado Annual Breakfast

Join J Street Colorado for our annual celebration and a morning conversation with Amy Spitalnick, CEO of Jewish Council for Public Affairs (JCPA) and former Executive Director of Integrity First for America (IFA) on November 29th.

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Letter: Surrender 

Todd Greenberg’s poem ("surrender", BJN 11/2/23) is lovely and serves as an accurate depiction of the expectations that accompanied the signing of the Oslo Accords.

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Letter: Surrender 2

When I read Todd Greenberg’s “Surrender” (BJN, 11/6/23) I was temporarily transported back to 1967’s “Summer of Love” in Haight-Ashbury.

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Letter: Natalie Abulhawa

In light of recent events, I have been reading alot about what is going on in Israel. As a Jewish American with a teenage daughter, I am especially concerned.

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9News Covers Boulder Jewish Film Festival

Rachael Krause of 9News interviewed Kathryn Bernheimer on Saturday about the Boulder Jewish Film Festival; Bernheimer talked about how, in the weeks since Hamas' deadly attack and now, the war between Israel and Hamas, the festival's message of education and tolerance is needed more than ever.

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Letter: Hebron in August 1929 Says It All

If you listen or read the main stream media or listen to 99% of university administrators today, you would think that Hamas and the Auschwitz-like horrors that it inflicted on the Jewish people on October 7 is an aberration and that for entirety of the rest of recorded history Muslims have treated the Jewish people with respect and tolerance. Really?

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Clean Speech Colorado Volume 5 About to Begin

After witnessing one of the most horrifying examples of disregard for human life in decades, let's join together to restore a clear sense of the value of human life.

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Letter: Biden’s “Rules of War”? 

Like Rafael Medoff, I am dismayed that Pres. Biden felt it necessary to remind Israel to try to avoid civilian casualties. Biden should be well aware that Israel goes to extraordinary lengths to avoid injuring or killing civilians when Israel is forced to respond to attacks on her own civilians.

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Opinion: Biden’s “Rules of War”? Not in World War II

President Biden has urged Israel to observe war rules when striking back at Hamas, emphasizing the importance of avoiding civilian casualties. This stance is contrasted with actions taken by the U.S. and its allies during World War II, where civilian fatalities were often deemed an unfortunate yet inevitable aspect of their strategy.

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Rally for Israel in Denver on Sunday

The Israeli-American Council (IAC) Colorado chapter, along with other Denver Jewish organizations, is rallying on Sunday, October 15 to support Israel following a Hamas terrorist attack last Saturday, which resulted in significant casualties.

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War in Israel and Gaza: Analysis, Explanations, Memories

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A Panel Discussion with Profs. Zach Levey (International Affairs/JWST), Eyal Rivlin (JWST), John Willis (HIST, to be conrifmed), and Karim Mattar (ENG, to be confirmed).

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