Formally and informally, local Jews and Muslims get to know each other By Martha Moody Jacobs, Special To The Dayton Jewish Observer, January 2011 It’s a feeling some Jews might relate to. Ramzieh Azmeh says the biggest thing she noticed as a head-scarf wearing Muslim woman after 9/11 was

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An orphan who became a rabbi, David Lefkowitz worked for the betterment of all Dayton citizens By Marshall Weiss, The Dayton Jewish Observer Rabbi David Lefkowitz had served Dayton’s B’nai Jeshurun Congregation (now Temple Israel) for 10 years when he arranged a meeting to improve the quality of life for

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By Samuel Heider, Special To The Dayton Jewish Observer September 2009 My name is Samuel Heider. I was born in Poland in a small village by the name of Biljkow, 70 kilometers from Warsaw. I was the son of very religious Jewish farmers. My father, oleh hashalom, was a gerer

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      By Rabbi Bernard Barsky, Special To The Dayton Jewish Observer No matter who sits in the White House, the abortion issue will continue to trouble American politics for the foreseeable future. Not only is there concern about the make-up of the Supreme Court under a new president;

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