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It is tough to be a Jew

It is very difficult to experience the emotions and thoughts of another individual, especially from a different culture, race, religion or nationality. Inner feelings are predicated on life experiences and no two are alike. A constant in the Jewish world is fear, responsibility and guilt. Fear for what can happen, and responsibility and guilt for Continue Reading


There is no stigma designed to be more hurtful to Jews than the words uttered by anti-Semites that they do not participate in the defense of their country. Jewish soldiers have fought and died in the armies of their countries in the American Revolutionary War, the French Revolutionary War, War of 1812, Mexican American War, Continue Reading