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Even as the NJ Jewish community has begrudgingly come to accept the recent wave of bomb threats as commonplace - another was called in to Temple Beth Shalom in Livingston on Tuesday - the local leadership is taking steps to ensure the safety of its members. Robert Wilson is the first chief security officer for the Jewish Federation of Greater MetroWest NJ. Comment?
Sporting T-shirts reading, 'This is what a feminist looks like' are siblings, from left, Liat, Sarit, and Sefi Greenwood. It's been 20 years since the first major gathering of Orthodox feminists, and the achievements gained by these pioneers is nothing short of astounding. Comment?
Joining community shaliah Moshe Levi, front, right, and shliha Moran Shevach are the new emissaries from Israel, front row, Coral Sasson, 18, of Rishon Letzion and Shai Tahan, 18, Rosh Pina; and, back row, from left, Stav Khoubian, 18, Rishon Letzion; Noach Korin Gilady, 17, Elad; Danielle Perlmutter, 24, and her husband, Yosef, 24, Jerusalem; Michael Levi, 22, Gilon; Oz Attar, 18, Rishon Letzion; Roni Belkin, 18, Ra'anana; and Gili Veltz, 17, Rishon Letzion. hai Tahan, 18, acknowledged that on first arriving in the United States, he had quite a bit of anxiety. Comment?
A performance by the Maccabeats will be the musical highlight of the first Morris County Jewish Festival on Sunday, Sept. 18, 1-4 p.m. at the Gottesman RTW Academy in Randolph. Comment?
In a first for an Orthodox congregation in Israel, a woman has been hired as a spiritual leader at a Jerusalem synagogue. Karmit Feintuch will serve at the Ramban Synagogue in the Old City alongside Rabbi Benny Lau, The Jerusalem Post reported Monday. Comment?
The honorees at the event, held June 22 at the Crystal Plaza in Livingston, included people from both groups: Patrons of Hope Award recipients Saul and Shelley Leighton, whose connection goes way back, and Young Leaders Award winner 14-year-old Allyson Stevens, who first heard of JVS five years ago. "I call it one of the region's best-kept secrets," one woman commented. Comment?
ON MAY 6 AT Montclair State University, a group of rabbis and Christian clergy attended Interfaith Partners for Peace Plenary, convened by the Community Relations Committee of Jewish Federation of Greater MetroWest NJ . The local group is part of a national program launched last year by the Jewish Council for Public Affairs and designed to bolster clergy voices for a peaceful two-state solution in Israel. Comment?
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