Editorial Lands Carroll Commissioner in Hot Water Advocacy groups call for Rothschild to be repudiated

Rabbi Charles Feinberg (left) talks with Carroll County resident James Reter prior to the press conference. (Justin Katz)

The Council for American  Islamic Relations, joined by Jewish Voice for Peace, has called for Carroll County commissioners to repudiate the comments that Commissioner Richard Rothschild made in an  editorial published in the Carroll County Times. Speaking at a press conference in front of the Carroll County Office Building in Westminster on Oct. 22, the… Read More

Netanyahu: ‘Stop spreading lies’ Current grand mufti denies presence of Jewish temples at Jerusalem holy site

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Countering historical evidence and a publication released decades ago by a precursor to his office, the grand mufti of Jerusalem denied the historical presence of Jewish temples atop a contested holy site, which has been a flashpoint in the ongoing violence wracking the Jewish state. Speaking in Arabic to Israel’s Channel 2, Sheikh Muhammad Ahmad… Read More

‘Abbas: Worse than Arafat’ Fighting back against anti-Israel aggressors

Ron Dermer, Israel’s ambassador to the United States, sees 
little hope for peace.

Israel is under attack, not just from the ongoing “stabbing intifada,” but from enemies who seek the delegitimization of the Jewish state through the boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) movement, and sometimes from its friends. This was the message shared by participants and echoed forcefully by Israeli politicians at the second annual Israeli-American Council Conference… Read More

Keeping Judaism at the Forefront Sobeloff Jewish Law Society gives attorneys, judges a chance to network

Judge Karen Chaya Friedman speaks at the judicial reception of the Simon E. 
Sobeloff Jewish Law Society on Oct. 8.

On Thursday, Oct. 8, hundreds of lawyers and judges gathered at Temple Oheb Shalom. It wasn’t for any type of formal programming that the legal professionals gathered; it was purely to schmooze. It was the Simon E. Sobeloff Jewish Law Society Baltimore Chapter’s annual judicial reception. Other than a brief address from Judge Karen Chaya… Read More

Career of Compassion North Oaks director has worked in senior care for more than 30 years

North Oaks Retirement Community executive director Mark Pressman will step down in December after eight years of service. (Provided)

After more than 30 years spent in three cities taking care of senior citizens, North Oaks Retirement Community executive director Mark Pressman is taking things down a notch. In December, Pressman, 66, will step down from his position after eight years to take on a part-time role. “I’ve been doing this for a lot years,”… Read More

Sharing in their Pain Baltimore Jewish community pours out its heart for Israel in wake of recent violence

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Baltimore’s Jewish community is once again keeping a close watch on the Middle East, this time over a rash of violence in Israel that has killed more than 40 Israelis and Palestinians through a series of stabbings and shootings. Many Jews are concerned about the violence potentially spiraling into a Third Intifada, including Baltimore Jewish… Read More

Saying Goodbye Jones & Jones to close after serving Baltimore women for more than four decades

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After 45 years, one of female Baltimoreans’ favorite go-to clothing stores is closing its doors for good. Customers will soon say farewell to Jones & Jones, an upscale boutique located in The Village of Cross Keys. Owner Florence Sokol announced Thursday Oct. 22 that she is retiring in order to spend more time with her… Read More