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Ask the Rabbi: Protecting the Guilty?

Written by Movement for Reform Judaism Tuesday, 03 April 2012

Rabbi Dr. Jonathan Romain responds to the question: I have always understood that to 'masser' ie to betray a Jew who has committed some crime or other transgression to a non-Jew is a 'sin'. Is this true in any sense and if so is it based on scripture and are there any conditions surrounding it?

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Lunches for the Homeless and Disadvantaged at Maidenhead Synagogue

Written by Movement for Reform Judaism Tuesday, 03 April 2012

Jo Carter of Maidenhead shares the story of a succesful initiative at Maidenhead Synagogue, reaching out and offering help to those who are less fortunate, and making a real difference to their lives.

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An Emotional Farewell at Menorah

Written by Movement for Reform Judaism Tuesday, 03 April 2012

Emotions ran high when hundreds of members and friends packed Menorah Synagogue (Cheshire Reform) at the final Shabbat service for Rabbi Brian Fox, who left Manchester the following day with his wife, Dr. Dale, and their two dogs for their new life in Jerusalem.

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West Africa Food Crisis Emergency Appeal

Written by Movement for Reform Judaism Tuesday, 03 April 2012

 

Please support this emergency appeal to help those most at risk in West Africa. An estimated 12 million people, including one million children, are facing a severe lack of food across large areas of West Africa. Low rainfall, poor harvests, regional conflict and spiked food prices have left vulnerable people in Burkina Faso, Chad, Mali, Mauritania and Niger facing hunger and malnutrition and, in increasing numbers, death.

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