Tag Archives: covid-19

Column: With New COVID Critique, How Would Palestinian Leaders Govern Their Own State?

The Palestinian Authority, which administers limited public services in Israel’s territories, is now accused by its own people of distributing Covid-19 vaccines to the privileged at the expense of needy Palestinians. Such an allegation should make one wonder how the Palestinians will govern their own independent state.

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A YEAR OF COVID-19: Blessings and Loss

In response to seeing so many people suffer on so many levels, the rabbis of Haver have decided to mark the one-year anniversary of Covid-19 in Boulder with a special program on Sunday March 14th that acknowledges those losses but also offers hope and a path toward healing.

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Shabbat Brings Joy to Rocky Mountain Young Adults with OneTable

Whether celebrating alone, dining digitally with a virtual gathering, or at strategically planned socially-distanced dinner, OneTable hosts in Colorado have inhaled Shabbat’s message and are using Friday nights to exhale after weeks filled with waves of uncertainty, virtual meetings that bleed into one another, and an often overwhelming sense of …

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