Opinion

July 11, 2013

Am I the only JT reader who remembers when Hebrew National made kosher beef bacon back in the 1960s? It came in vacuum-pressed packages that looked exactly like other actual pork bacon packages. Our family kept kosher so it was delicious and a real treat to fry and serve with eggs, home fries and toast. CONTINUE »

July 11, 2013

The whining of Z Street (“Over the Red Line?” June 28) over its alleged mistreatment by the IRS was correctly chastised by Art Abramson and Doug Bloomfield. This stagey, pity-party, political ploy is straight out of Mort Klein’s Zionist Organization of America playbook. This is not surprising, seeing that Z Street director and founder Lori CONTINUE »

BY Rita Plaut
July 11, 2013

The rose still holds its blossoms, even after a journey of 6,000 miles and several weeks. Perhaps it’s a good omen, a sign that our visit will bring long-lasting momentum for coexistence. For the 46 Krieger Schechter eighth-graders who boarded the El Al plane in May for our school trip, setting foot on the land CONTINUE »

BY Dana Goldenberg
July 11, 2013

At 51/2 years old, I experienced one of the hardest changes of my life. My family, which until then had resided in Haifa, Israel, moved to Baltimore. Living in Israel, Judaism was constantly a part of my life. Every Friday evening, my immediate family would accompany my saba and savtah (grandparents) to shul and later CONTINUE »

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July 11, 2013

Until last week, most of us thought we knew what a military coup d’etat was. If the army removes the civilian head of state from office, that is a coup. Still, the United States so far has not officially called the July 3 armed services overthrow of Egypt’s President Mohamed Morsi a coup. One likely CONTINUE »