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Kfar Zoharim is resuscitating at-risk Orthodox youth
BY Maayan Jaffe
December 5, 2013

They are hiding in the darkness of midnight on Jerusalem’s streets. They are in the clubs, on the corners, smoking weed, drinking alcohol. Lost. Once upright, observant boys from good families. Lost. That is, until Rabbi Moshe Zeivald finds them and brings them to Kfar Zoharim in central Israel. The kfar (“village” in English) is CONTINUE »

December 4, 2013

Baltimore residents stepped up this #GivingTuesday and showed their support of the Jewish community. At the conclusion of this national day of giving, The Associated: Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore raised $1.264 million dollars, surpassing last year’s #GivingTuesday total of $1 million, the most raised by any nonprofit in the nation. The money raised will CONTINUE »

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New hire has hopes for better, more strategic relations between Maryland, Israel
BY Maayan Jaffe
November 26, 2013

The Maryland/Israel Development Center has made a new hire. But you won’t see him too often at the MIDC office in the Department of Business and Economic Development in Baltimore City. That’s because his office is in Netanya, Israel. Ilan Friedman will now serve as the connector between Maryland and Israeli companies and the MIDC. CONTINUE »

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Lockheed Martin to open major subsidiary in Israel
BY Maayan Jaffe
November 19, 2013

A crowd of 200 people poured into Howard County Community College on Tuesday, Nov. 19, for the Maryland/Israel Development Center’s Showcase of Innovation, a program celebrating Israeli companies with offices in Maryland and local companies doing business in and with the Jewish state. The cocktail hour and round-robin dialogues made for an interesting evening, as CONTINUE »

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Veteran math teacher says anti-Semitism forced his early retirement
BY Marc Shapiro
November 14, 2013

Dr. Bert Miller taught math in Baltimore County for almost 40 years. He holds master’s, associate’s and doctorate degrees in mathematics education, has earned two National Science Foundation fellowships, has published software for math teachers, and he even discovered a new theorem in 2009. In his second year of teaching in the county in 1974, CONTINUE »