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Mother of Hamas hostage makes TIME’s 100 list

‘I pray this platform will help compel the world not to forsake these remaining 133 souls,’ said Rachel Goldberg-Polin, the mother of captive Hersh Goldberg-Polin, 23. By Amelie Botbol April 18, 2024 (JNS) — Time magazine on Wednesday featured Rachel Goldberg-Polin, the mother of 23-year-old Hamas captive Hersh Goldberg-Polin, in

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Israel

Texas welcomes Israeli businesses, says consul

‘A new agreement is expected to “facilitate shared knowledge and establish partnerships,’ said the Texas Association of Business. JNS Staff Report April 18, 2024 The Texas Association of Business, the Texas Venture Alliance and StartUp Nation Central signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) earlier this week. The agreement will “facilitate

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Israel

New US sanctions target Iranian drone, steel, auto companies

‘Let it be clear to all those who enable or support Iran’s attacks: The United States is committed to Israel’s security,’ said U.S. President Joe Biden. By Andrew Bernard April 18, 2024 (JNS) — U.S. President Joe Biden announced new sanctions against Iran on Thursday, days after the Islamic Republic

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Happy 90th, Jerry Benjamin

By Deb Silverthorn A 90-year salute to U.S. Air Force veteran Jerome “Jerry” Benjamin is in order following his April 3 birthday. Friends and family traveled from around the country for celebrations at home and synagogue, at his children’s homes and at a friend’s poker table. “We had Shabbat dinner,

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Shearith Israel to honor TJP publisher at Torah Fund dinner May 9

The Torah Fund season will come to a close May 9, when Congregation Shearith Israel honors TJP Publisher and Editor Sharon Wisch-Ray. The celebration will be held at the synagogue, 9401 Douglas Ave., and begins at 6:30 p.m. The Torah Fund Campaign of Women’s League for Conservative Judaism helps support

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Steinbergs lead way for JFS expansion

By Deb Silverthorn As the services of Jewish Family Service of Greater Dallas have expanded through the years, so now too will its locale. With a groundbreaking this September and an expected move-in date of fall 2025, the agency has announced its lead gift to the capital campaign by Karla

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Passover Recipes

Use up those Passover leftovers!

By Tina Wasserman The Seders are over and all the brisket is eaten. Now it’s time to find some other ways to use up the matzo (if you didn’t share your 5-box package with a few friends), matzo farfel, all that soup chicken and some other mixes that are not

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Passover Recipes

For savoring after the Seder

By Paula Shoyer (JNS)The main course is a tasty, room-temperature side dish that you should make in advance so that when you are ready to grill, most of your meal is already prepared. I broil the eggplant slices in the oven, but you also can cook them on the grill

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Passover Recipes

More Seder meal ideas

By Tina Wasserman Passover is getting closer and you are still trying to figure out what to make for the Seder meal. You’re not alone. Even I try to figure out what to make since I always want to introduce some new dishes along with the tried and true. This

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Passover Recipes

How to make your grandma’s brisket vegan

By Sam Lin-Sommer All over the diaspora, Jews love food. And in many cases, the dishes that we love the most, from gondi, Persian Jewish meatballs, to Indian-Jewish coconut fish curries to Ashkenazi roast brisket rely heavily on meat, fish, eggs and dairy. Those of us who want to limit

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Jewish advocacy

By Joshua Yudkin Jewish advocacy is grounded in the Torah, the seminal text that we read thrice weekly from cover to cover every year and

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Recipes

Passover Recipes

For savoring after the Seder

By Paula Shoyer (JNS)The main course is a tasty, room-temperature side dish that you should make in advance so that when you are ready to

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Passover Recipes

More Seder meal ideas

By Tina Wasserman Passover is getting closer and you are still trying to figure out what to make for the Seder meal. You’re not alone.

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