Tuesday, June 30, 2015 Tammuz 13, 5775
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Douglas Bloomfield
The decline and fall of Rep. Tom DeLay could prove to be good news for the pro-Israel cause and Republicans eager to woo Jewish voters. But it will only happen if the disgraced former House majority leader takes with him the bitter partisanship and extremism that have defined his tenure on Capitol Hill. The Texas Republican was an uncomfortable ally...
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Caroline Glick
Muhammad Abu al-Hawa was a 42-year-old father of eight when he died on the evening of April 12. As Jews were beginning their Pesach seders and retelling the story of the exodus from Egypt and their rebirth as a free nation, Abu al-Hawa was being tortured by Fatah terrorists. As the seder meal was eaten, he was shot seven times...
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Activism on Sudan doesn't diminish uniqueness of the Holocaust
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This week, Jews from around the country will be marching on Washington. But contrary to the paranoid fantasies of those anti-Semites who think the Jewish "Lobby" runs the country, the activists from a broad cross-section of Jewish groups won't be there to "influence" policy for the benefit of Israel. Instead, Jewish individuals and groups will be standing up for a...
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Media Clippings
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In the annals of clever ideas for magazines, the one behind One Story has a place high on the list. According to its Web site, One Story , which appears 18 times a year by subscription only, is no more or less than what it says it is - "a literary magazine that contains one story." The publication is sent...
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By:
Hillel Halkin
I don't know whether National Geographic deliberately timed its announcement of the dramatic discovery of an early Christian "Gospel of Judas Iscariot" for the Pesach season. It's a nice touch, in any case, because it was on the night of the seder that Judas, according to the New Testament, betrayed Jesus to his captors and set in motion the events...
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