Saturday, August 30, 2014 Elul 4, 5774
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David Kimche
A few days ago, I contacted an acquaintance high up in the Fatah Party hierarchy and asked him how he thought the present crisis in Gaza could be resolved. "The Hamas people," he said, "have climbed up a very tall tree and don't know how to get down." Then, he added, "Next to that tree is another tall tree, and...
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Media Clippings
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Summer's in full swing, and no surer sign other than sweltering weather, shore traffic or the smell of a barbecue being fired up is the sight of young interns making their way into Center City office buildings. What could be more seasonal and more of a win-win proposition for all parties involved, right? The intern gets practical experience, and longtime...
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Believers in the future of accommodation with the Palestinians are a resilient lot
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Ever since the Sept. 11 attacks, President Bush and others in his administration have drawn chortles for their predilection for punctuating every mention of Islam with the phrase reminding us that it is a "religion of peace." This is intended to disabuse those who wrongly think America's war on Islamist terrorists is aimed at all Muslims. It also seeks to...
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By:
Larry Derfner
Now that Palestinian terror has gotten out of hand in Gaza, people like me who strongly favor unilateral Israeli withdrawal -- from Gaza and the northern West Bank last year, and from the West Bank interior in the coming years -- owe an accounting. With the torrent of Kassams on Sederot in recent weeks, and now the killing of two...
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Noomi Weinryb
Should Jews stay in Europe? The question is an appropriate one. Growing up as a Jew in Sweden and the grandchild of Polish Holocaust survivors, I was constantly aware of what Europe had done to my family, what it had done to the Jewish people. The question haunted us: What were we doing here, and what would happen to us...
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