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Check out our Winter 2012 issue on Issuu!

June 10, 2012


>>Ha’Am Winter 2012: Difficult Questions<< Advertisements

Berman v. Sherman: Which Jew will take the 30th district?

June 5, 2012


Here’s a link to our cheat sheet on the differences and similarities between Congressmen Brad Sherman and Howard Berman — two incumbent Jews vying for California’s 30th District (San Fernando Valley): >>Sherman vs. Berman<<

Center for Jewish Studies: Spring 2012 Course Listing

March 11, 2012


Click here to see the upcoming courses offered by the UCLA Center for Jewish Studies!

March 11: UCLA Center for Jewish Studies brings Jewish music to campus

March 6, 2012


Proudly presents a Recital of Jewish and Jewish-themed Music   Performed by members of the UCLA voice and instrumental departments, as well as members of the UCLA Chorale                                     Concert will include works by Maurice Ravel, Lazar Weiner, Leonard Bernstein, Dmitri Shostakovich, Giuseppe Verdi, undergraduate music composition major JACK LIPSON, and more! Sunday, March 11, […]

Ha’Am blogging: 2011 in review

December 31, 2011


The stats helper monkeys prepared a 2011 annual report for our blog! Click here to see the complete report. This quarter, we had readers in countries as distant as Libya, Rwanda, Kenya, Egypt, South Africa, South Korea, Saudi Arabia, India, the Philippines, Germany, Russia, France, the Netherlands, Brazil, Colombia, Peru, Argentina, Ecuador, Australia, and New […]

Rabbi Rupp answers a common question about Judaism and science

December 5, 2011


Question:  “Rabbi, I’m a cultural Jew; I support the US-Israel relationship, and I am proud to be Jewish. But let’s be honest, I believe that by now we can rely on science as the best way to explain our world.” Answer: Great points, and you’re right – you should be proud of the Jews and […]

Split Syria: Assad, the Arab League, & the Jewish State

November 30, 2011


by Adam J. Deutsch Over the last eight months, nonviolent protests have erupted across Syria; while the central regions including Homs and Hama have been particular hotbeds of revolution for organized youth, protesters have also gathered in the suburbs of Damascus, the southern province of Daraa, and the northern provinces of Aleppo, Idib, and Hassakeh. […]