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Two Ways of Dealing With the New World -- Nostalgia and Transformation

Jewish history is about sharing the story of our past with our children, but what do you do when your children don't relate to the story?

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Two Ways of Dealing With the New World -- Nostalgia and Transformation. Jewish history is about sharing the story of our past with our children, but what do you do when your children don't relate to the story?

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    Bentzy -7 years ago

    Great class

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    Misha -11 years ago

    To Eitan
    Eitan the article is from 2012. has nothing to do with Boston this week

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    Eitan -11 years ago

    I'm not sure whether this relates to the Boston attack
    The events unfolding in Boston this week have been absolutely heart-wrenching and terrifying. You state in the article: "We have all seen this week the effects of indoctrinating people that you can be religious and then blow people...to pieces." Though your point may be true generally concerning religious radicalism and radical Islam in particular, we have yet to pinpoint a particular motive of the perpetrators of these heinous acts.

    Though the reference to the Boston attack makes for a headline grabber, I think it may be too early or perhaps inappropriate to append this fresh wound of an incident as a tag-line to a previously published article.

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    muy bueno -11 years ago

    muy bueno
    Muy lindo!

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    shloime -11 years ago

    comentario
    no para publicar. Casi alfinal nombra a un historiador, guershon sholem, en castellano agregaron Rabi, creo que hay sacar la palabra rabi. como se muy lindo como siempre

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Rabbi YY Jacobson

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