Saturday, August 30, 2014 Elul 4, 5774

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Foreign Affairs is unlike any other wide-circulation intellectual journal on the market today. It blithely goes its own way, publishing thick issues - sometimes totaling 200 pages - every two months, never skimping on quality and somehow also keeping ahead of the curve when it comes to foreign-policy issues. Let's take some examples from the past few months. The May/June...
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Liba Pearson
In May of 2004, 34-year-old Tali Hatuel, a social worker who lived in the Gaza Strip, was gunned down on a Gaza highway by Palestinian terrorists, along with her four daughters, Hila, 11; Hadar, 9; Roni, 7; and Merav, 2. As if the atrocity could be any more atrocious, Tali Hatuel was, at the time of her murder, eight months...
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Rabbi Eugene Korn
In October of this year, the United Church of Christ, the Disciples of Christ, United Church of Canada and other churches sponsored conferences in North America promoting Jerusalem's Sabeel Center for Liberation Theology. This is an ominous development for interfaith relations and Middle East peace. During the past 50 years, Christians and Jews have achieved a historic reconciliation. The Holocaust...
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Attacks on Bush and the War Don't Make Sense Regarding recent letters on U.S. involvement in Iraq, I am dismayed by the ad hominum attacks on President Bush related to the war. We invaded Iraq for several reasons, only one of which was the belief that he had weapons of mass destruction. Saddam Hussein was a highly unstable individual whose...
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Interfaith Challenge For those who care about maintaining dialogue between faiths, there has been nothing more discouraging than the willingness of mainline Protestant denominations to adopt anti-Israel measures in recent years. In particular, the decision of the Presbyterian Church USA to support divestment, which amounts to an economic boycott of the Jewish state, has become a symbol of the drift...
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