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By Rabbi Shmuel Klatzkin Dr. Masha Kisel wrote with personal authenticity on the immensely complex topic of abortion (Robbing mothers of their personhood, religious freedom, July Observer). I trust that words written from such a deep place will have their positive effect, in particular, in evoking a deeper and better

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A Bisel Kisel with Masha Kisel, The Dayton Jewish Observer “You’re a Jewish mother. You understand,” I said to a mosaic of the Virgin Mary in the University of Dayton courtyard. I sought the mothering spirit wherever I looked, mentally conversing with trees, flowers, with images of mothers on cereal

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Opponents say In Shifra’s Arms misleads clients, doesn’t provide enough information on choices By Debra Rubin, Special To The Dayton Jewish Observer SILVER SPRING, Md. — Erica Pelman believes there is plenty of support for Jewish women who find themselves unexpectedly pregnant and choose to abort. It’s typically the young

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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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