Thursday, October 23, 2014 Tishri 29, 5775
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Aaron Passman, JE Staff
Former Egyptian president Anwar Sadat's 1977 visit to Jerusalem, and the 1979 treaty between Egypt and Israel, showed "the transformative effect of leadership," said Daniel Kurtzer, who called Sadat "a leader who took a leap of faith into the unknown that ended up transforming a political process into a diplomatic breakthrough." But that breakthrough has since turned to a "cold...
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Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert speaks to delegates during the General Assembly of the United Jewish Communities in Jerusalem on Nov. 16. Olmert has announced his resignation, due to multiple investigations of corruption charges. His successor will be elected in a new general election in February.
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As news reports spread that the Sudanese government has once again embarked on a scorched-earth campaign in Darfur -- one that echoes the aerial bombings and village burnings that touched off a genocidal rampage in the African nation nearly five years ago -- a program organized by a local advocacy group urged Philadelphians to redouble their efforts on this paramount...
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When it comes to the bitter dispute over whether the deaths of more than a million Armenians at the hands of the Turks was, in fact, an act of genocide, Abraham Foxman has a simple message for American Jews: Butt out. The national director of the Anti-Defamation League gave an Oct. 11 talk at Temple Sholom in Broomall that dealt...
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Standing before a crowd of several hundred people on Independence Mall, Muhdy Bahradin described the destruction of a village in his native Darfur. He said that the raid on Surra, where a close friend of his lived, took place in the morning and began with a shower of bombs. It ended with the burning of huts and the fleeing of...
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