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The Holocaust Claims Conference

Professor Yitzhak Kerem emails: If you are still interested in publishing about the rampant cancer in the Jewish leadership of the world you can post my following reaction to Mariln Henry and the Cliams Conferene to whitewash the annual stealing … Continue reading

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Jewish Press Limps Along

From The Jerusalem Post: Mark Joffe, executive editor and publisher for the Jewish Telegraph Agency, painted a bleaker picture. His organization services more than 90 client Jewish newspapers, and some have either folded, switched from a weekly to a monthly … Continue reading

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How Did A Pot-Smoking Anarchist Become The Guardian Of The Conventional Morality?

JTA’s head of digital media, Daniel Sierardski, writes: One phenomenon that appears to be accelerating the decline of at least some Jewish news organizations is the rise of a group of Jewish news aggregation Web sites, predominantly serving the ultra-Orthodox … Continue reading

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Hebrew Union College Keeps Open Its LA Campus

NEW YORK (JTA) — The Cincinnati and Los Angeles campuses of the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion will stay open, according to the Cincinnati Enquirer. Discussions had been under way to close the two campuses of the Reform movement’s … Continue reading

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JTA Struggles To Survive

Steven Ira Weiss blogs: In a new twist on what’s become the near-constant pleading for donations from JTA, President Elisa Spungen Bildner insults producers of new media explicitly: Without a strong JTA, the storytelling will be left to bloggers, twitterers, … Continue reading

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