Wednesday, May 27, 2015 Sivan 9, 5775

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Caroline Glick
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is the man to watch these days. And yet, it would seem that those in positions of power are paying him little heed. Ahmadinejad -- whose proxy army Hezbollah is now waging war against Israel -- has promised to respond to European and American demands to cease his country's illicit nuclear programs on Aug. 22. As...
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Media Clippings
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Several months ago, I wrote about a phenomenon that's been plaguing many metropolitan centers in America these days: the fact that so few people, especially men, dress up for work anymore. My thoughts on the subject were pegged to an article that appeared in New York magazine called "Up With the Grups." "Grups" was the name the editors applied to...
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Quite Proportionate! The most frequently heard criticism of Israel's attempts to defend itself against Hezbollah terrorists in Lebanon is that it's using "disproportionate" force. The notion that terrorist forces ensconced along the Jewish state's borders should have the right to kill, kidnap, and rain down death and destruction on Israeli towns and cities without facing the full force available at...
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Congress Was Receptive to Peace-Group Advocacy We at Brit Tzedek v'Shalom -- the Jewish Alliance for Justice and Peace -- were very happy to see the Jewish Telegraphic Agency's article covering our recent National Advocacy Days (Nation & World: "Despite Relatively Bleak Prospects, Group Pushes for Peace Talks," July 6). As the article related, our message of a negotiated two-state...
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By:
Douglas M. Bloomfield
The Bush administration's showcase of Middle Eastern democracy is aflame with civil war, notwithstanding the denial of its prime minister, with 100 people dying daily and the only light at the end of the tunnel produced by incoming rockets. And who's really behind all this bloodletting? The Jews. That's what the speaker of the Iraqi parliament says. Mahmoud al-Mashadani said...
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