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Don Seeman is Associate Professor in the Department of Religion and the Tam Institute for Jewish Studies at Emory University. He is the author of One People, One Blood: Ethiopian-Israelis and the Return to Judaism(Rutgers University Press, 2009) and has published widely in Jewish thought and the anthropology of religion.

ARTICLES BY: Don Seeman


May 3, 2011 9:53 am
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There are no more “Risks for Peace” and we all had better get used to it

It is time for everyone to grow up and recognize that the favorite slogan of would-be peacemakers in the Middle East—"Israel must take risks for...

April 17, 2011 9:08 pm
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This Year we are Free

Last Thursday night Avi married Tamar in Petach Tikvah (an Israeli city whose name means "opening towards hope"). It was a glorious wedding. I have...

March 31, 2011 6:31 pm
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From Napoleon to Mubarak: Jews and Revolution

Jews with  a strong historical sense may be excused for their uncertainty about how to respond to the revolutions and armed conflicts currently rocking the...

Features

Why the UAE Wants Israeli Help to Secure Its Food Supplies

JNS.org - Food security is emerging as a key area in which the United Arab Emirates is eager for Israeli...

Young Global Jewry at Forefront of Fight Against COVID-19

Masa Israel Journey, a leader in immersive international experiences in Israel founded by the Jewish Agency and government of Israel,...

Checking in on COVID-19 and Jewish Seniors

JNS.org - As America’s battle with the novel coronavirus has raged on, America’s Jewish community has suffered its share of...

World

Trailing Biden in Polls, Trump Touts Economy at Pennsylvania Rally

President Donald Trump campaigned in the crucial battleground state of Pennsylvania on Tuesday, telling supporters he needed a second term in the White House to ensure a successful recovery from...

Israel

IDF Strikes Pro-Iran Militia in Syria: Reports

i24 News - The IDF shelled a pro-Iran militia headquarters in the village of Al-Hurriyah, in Syria's Quneitra governate, the Syrian Observatory of Human Rights said early Wednesday. No one...

Middle East

Iraqi Leader Battles Pressure From Friends and Foes in Security Crackdown

It was a series of intercepted phone calls on a tense night in June that made Iraq’s new prime minister, Mustafa al-Kadhimi, fully realize how few friends he had. During one...

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