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You have already gotten a start on your Hanukkah shopping a few days ago on Black Friday, or you are planning on doing so on Cyber Monday today. This week we are providing Amazon links from which you can purchase all sorts of Israeli products. This is a great opportunity to simultaneously:
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NEWS & OPINION

The President will have to deal with a Republican Senate for the first time in his presidency, but in important matters such as Supreme Court appointments, he might be more effective by standing up for his 
convictions.

 
LIVING JUDAISM
 
Jerusalem Rabbi Amita Jarmon reaches out to a Palestinian passenger whenever she rides a local bus or the light rail. What can we learn from it as tensions after the Fergonson ruling are running high?


THE KOSHER TABLE


ARTS & CULTURE

Unlike Richard Feynman, who won the Nobel Prize by thinking outside of the box, Peter Purnell’s play about Feynman’s life works safely within the standard biographical play formula.


ISRAEL

The anti-Israel Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement is gaining strength every day. One meaningful way that we can all fight back is supporting Israel financially, one purchase at a time.
 

CALENDAR

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Yours,

Bonnie Squires president@pjvoice.org
 
¹The Jewish Exponent.
²The Forward.