Saturday, June 25, 2016 Sivan 19, 5776

They are called “religious freedom laws” by their backers. But the recent bills signed by the governors of Mississippi and North Carolina are anything but that.
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Readers critique the Exponent's front cover, Israelis' opinions on Obama and spirituality and wellbeing.
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By:
Justin Scott Finkelstein
In a country that frequently touts its pluralistic and democratic values, these sentiments are especially troubling.
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By:
Daniel E. Bacine
The left views “settlements” and the “occupation” as a serious roadblock to a peace agreement that would, finally, result in two states for two peoples. Worse, the left believes that the “occupation” is illegal and that by continuing it, Israel has lost its moral high ground.
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The world body and its commissions and councils remain disproportionally focused on and critical of the Jewish state.
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