Tag Archives: Israel

J Street: Israel and Diaspora Must Build Healthy Dialogue

Yes, Israel needs our financial muscle and our political support. But more than that, they also need our ideas, our intellectual vibrancy, our thoughts, our contribution to the development of the Jewish people.

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Ariel Sharon, z”l

Ariel Sharon, 85, died Saturday January 11, 2014 at the Sheba Medical Center near Tel Aviv after eight years in a coma.

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JCRC Condemns ASA Israel Boycott Resolution

The JCRC joins the over twenty-five colleges and universities throughout the country that have condemned the ASA's vote to support a boycott of Israeli academic institutions.

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“Between Hebrew and Arabic in Israeli Literature” with Almog Behar

Jewish Israeli Poet, Author and Activist Almog Behar will appear at CU on Thursday, November 21 for an evening discussing his work, his activism, and readings of his most recent poetry.

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Colorado Physician, 76, to Bike 500 Miles for Israeli ‘Kids Under Fire’

Photo of Dr. Herzl Melmed and his bike

Dr. Herzl Melmed, 76, a Denver gynecologist, is currently biking alone from Bandon, Oregon to hilly San Francisco. Find out why.

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Israel Supporter U.S. Rep. Lamborn Defies Stereotypes

Radio Chavura host Maxwell Rotbart and U.S. Congressman Doug Lamborn

Those who believe that the so-called “Jewish Lobby” dictates American policy toward the Middle East, should get to know Doug Lamborn, one of the most consistent pro-Israel representatives in the United States Congress.

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