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December 2, 2011  RSS feed
Former Special Ops commander to speak at President’s Dinner
Adm. Eric Olson was a principal in planning the operation that led to the killing of Osama bin Laden

The Tampa Jewish Federation’s Ninth Annual President’s Dinner on Sunday, Jan. 29 will focus on the theme “The World at Night: Global Security in the 21st Century,” and feature Adm. Eric T. Olson, immediate past commander of U.S. Special Operations.  More...

Tampa & Ashdod
Sister City / Mayoral Trade Mission to Israel

Top, Mayor Bob Buckhorn looks on as Federation President Sue Schoenbaum presents Ashdod Mayor Yehiel Lasri with a check to be used to renovate a bomb shelter for seniors and for a physicians’ i More...

Chanukah Happenings
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Netanyahu pulls ads aimed at Israeli ex-pats that angered U.S. Jews

in a blog post titled “Netanyahu Government Suggests Israelis Avoid Marrying American Jews.” Goldberg called the ads a “demonstration of Israeli contempt for American Jews.” The Jewish Federations of North America then said it was sending a letter to Netanyahu protesting the 30- second spots and asking that they be pulled. More...

World News

Amid recession, newly minted rabbis find congregational jobs harder to landNEW YORK – Rabbi Jordi Gendra feels fortunate that he found a full-ti...
Israel releases $100 million in withheld PA fundsJERUSALEM (JTA) – Israel released $100 million in tax funds it had wi...
Statue in Philadelphia honors first Jewish commodorePHILADELPHIA —Uriah P. Levy, the first Jewish commodore of the U.S....

Social Services

TJFS ‘Friends Campaign’ seeks donations to meet increased need for assistanceTampa Jewish Family Services’ Friends Campaign is under way with a go...

Culture

Jewish Celebrity RoundupMila Kunis goes to the ball NEW YORK – Mila Kunis became the latest ...
Mayor says Sister City/ Mayoral Trade Mission to Israel opened eyes, doors“It was an amazing, eye-opening trip,” Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn...

Obituaries

ObituariesGLORIA AARON, 94, of Coconut Creek, died Nov. 27. She was born in Russia....
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