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Opinion

Olympic echo: China’s “little” lies add up

In the months leading up the summer Olympics in Beijing, global attention narrowed its gaze on China’s internal inequities and its complicity in the genocide in Sudan....

Education in Israel

After nearly two years living in Israel, I have formed a pretty solid opinion regarding the educational system here, and unfortunately, my perspective does not represent...

Small world

A couple of weeks back when I was visiting in Denver I found myself at the Cherry Creek Mall. To my surprise I noticed a young chasidic couple browsing through

The art of war

After a summer busy with moving house, family visits and of course setting up the new Intermountain Jewish News website, I’ve been enjoying having that extra bit...

Tisha b’Av

I never really heard of Tisha b’Av when I was growing up. Although my family celebrated major Jewish holidays like Rosh Hashanah and Passover, I was totally unfamiliar...

Open Call

Two weeks ago, in the Intermountain Jews News, Dr Neil Dobro wrote a letter to the editor censuring Israel’s decision to exchange deceased soldiers for a child...

From an I to a we

“If I Forget You Jerusalem — Then let it be that I forget My right hand” — Psalm 137 When Shabbos comes to a close this week, Tisha b’Av will […]

Use only what you need

Last week, we spotted an incredible sight in the middle of lunch hour traffic — a car stripped of its external panels, with all its inner mechanisms exposed. When our...

Softball brings Jews together

The Denver Jewish softball league has grown by leaps and bounds over the past few summers. It is now up to 14 teams — each one, win or lose, having […]

Alexander Solzhenitsyn

In many ways, Alexander Solzhenitsyn, who passed away this week, was the perfect personification of Russia itself, which Winston Churchill once famously called “a...