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Editorials

Celebrating Israel

The quest for home. It's a basic human need that doesn't always equate with a house and a street address. As we celebrate Israel's...

Let Pollard Go

The time is long past due for Jonathan Pollard to be released from prison. The former U.S. Navy intelligence analyst has more than paid...

Mission Unfulfilled

Jewish women have come a long way since the days of Esther, the heroine of the Purim story whose bravery and guile saved the...

Way Beyond the Pale

It would be easy to dismiss him as a crackpot -- the owner and publisher of the Atlanta Jewish Times who suggested that one Israeli response...
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Minor, but Inspiring

Tu B'Shevat may be a relatively minor holiday on the Jewish calendar but it has blossomed in the modern era as a time to...
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A Delicate Decision

The speculation about Iran is reaching fever pitch, much of it focused on whether Israel will or won't stage a military attack against Tehran's...

Memory and Identity

This week, we embark on our annual springtime emotional roller coaster, commemorating watershed chapters in Jewish history that continue to define so much of...

Another Super Sunday

Super Sunday may not be as glitzy a production as the Super Bowl, but we all have a stake in ensuring we make it...

125 Years — and More

Long before April 15 became synonymous with "tax day" (1955) and the sinking of the Titanic (1912), the date heralded a more welcome arrival:...

Fear Must Not Rule Us

 If you haven't taken a good hard look at the sweet, innocent faces of the Jewish children struck down in cold blood in France...