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WashingtonJewishWeek Sep 18
A judge granted preliminary approval to the $14.25 million settlement agreement reached by victims of Rabbi Barry Freundel and
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WashingtonJewishWeek Sep 18
Bethesda- Chevy Chase eruv ready to open
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WashingtonJewishWeek Sep 7
Religious conservatives have their sights set high for Brett Kavanaugh, hoping that a majority on the court could break down divides between church and state.
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WashingtonJewishWeek Aug 30
At Beth El Hebrew Congregation, new senior rabbi David Spinrad keeps a ‘radically local’ focus
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WashingtonJewishWeek Aug 29
Police are investigating possible sexual abuse at Washington Hebrew Congregation’s early childhood center.
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WashingtonJewishWeek Aug 28
, victims settle civil suit
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WashingtonJewishWeek Aug 21
Ronald Glancz, advocate for disabled community, dies at 75
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WashingtonJewishWeek Aug 20
Grand Slam Sunday was a home run at Nationals Park.
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WashingtonJewishWeek Aug 16
It's not a traditional cheeseburger, but it's the next best thing. And Kesher Israel Congregation got a taste last Sunday
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WashingtonJewishWeek Aug 15
Thousands of counter protesters outnumbered what turned out to be less than 40 white nationalists in D.C. on Sunday
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WashingtonJewishWeek Aug 14
When Jason Kander spoke at Sixth & I, he assured the audience that the office he has his sights on was not the one less than a mile away on Pennsylvania Avenue. He said all he has his sights on is Kansas City's mayoralty.
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WashingtonJewishWeek Aug 12
The rally has ended prematurely. The organizers and attendees were escorted out of Lafayette Square.
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The counter-protest continues as rain begins to come down.
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WashingtonJewishWeek Aug 12
Jason Kessler describes himself as a “moderate white identitarian.”
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WashingtonJewishWeek Aug 12
Police stationed at edge of Lafayette park.
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WashingtonJewishWeek Aug 12
Unite the Right organizer Jason Kessler speaks.
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WashingtonJewishWeek Aug 12
This was around 3 p.m.
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WashingtonJewishWeek Aug 12
Several Jewish protesters are in Freedom Plaza at the counter protest.
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WashingtonJewishWeek Aug 12
Afraim Katzir quotes Emma Lazarus "give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses"
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WashingtonJewishWeek Aug 12
Counter protesters are gathered at freedom plaza, not far from Lsfayette Park.
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