Sunday, July 5, 2015 Tammuz 18, 5775

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Stu Goldman
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A lesson in false moral equivalence marks a new low in editorial misjudgment
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If there's anything we ought to have learned in the last decade, it is that the conflict between Israel and the Arabs is not so much a dispute about land as it is a question of hatred. What sort of hatred? Arab and Islamic hatred for Jews and intolerance for the notion of Jewish sovereignty in the historic homeland of...
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Media Clippings
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The fate of the Democratic Party in this mid-term election year, to say nothing of what awaits down the road in 2008, is a topic that keeps popping up in some of the best media outlets throughout the country (much like another popular topic: the fate of books under the assault of technology). Most political magazines and lots of opinion...
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Media Watch
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John R. Cohn, M.D.
Michael Matza finishes his five-year stint this month as The Philadelphia Inquirer's Jerusalem-based correspondent and returns home. The Arab war against Israel has to be one of the more difficult beats for any journalist to cover. Israel and the disputed territories attract interest and media coverage far out of proportion to their small size and population. Most Americans are shocked...
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As this paper goes to press, the latest chapter in the State of Israel's nearly 60-year-old War of Independence has not ended, as fighting between the Israel Defense Force and terrorist groups along its northern and southern borders continues at breakneck speed. As was the case when, on the first day of its modern existence, Israelis witnessed assaults on its...
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