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“I have Jewish roots, and my great grandfather on my mom’s side, who lived in Poland, was put on a train to a concentration camp during the Holocaust.”
Four rulings have changed the way the government treats religion in the public square, health care and in school.
Like so many immigrant groups in the past and the present, Jews fought for decades to be included in what it means to be American.
As a community, we can afford to lift our gaze above the basic goals of survival and continuity. We ought to find ways to fulfill our potential and rise beyond the self through altruism and spirituality.
Zebulon Simantov was supposed to leave Afghanistan after the High Holidays.

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