Thursday, October 2, 2014 Tishri 8, 5775

Jerusalem With the pro-U.S. regime of Pervez Musharraf in crisis following the Pakistani president's move to suspend his country's constitution and scuttle planned parliamentary elections, Israel is watching the developments with great concern. The turmoil in Pakistan presents Israel with several nightmare scenarios. One is that radical Islamists with ties to Al Qaeda actually defeat Musharraf and get their hands...
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Israel Consul General Uriel Palti struggled to make himself heard over the jazz band whose sounds -- brass blasts, smooth bass and crashing cymbals -- enveloped the ballroom at the Radisson Plaza-Warwick Hotel Philadelphia. With victory already apparent for Democrat Michael Nutter, supporters had begun crowding -- cramming, really -- into the room in anticipation of the hoopla of election-night...
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Jared Shelly, JE Feature
The year was 1942. German submarines shot torpedoes at American patrol ships, sinking half of a 30-ship convoy, and sending sailors and ship parts into the ocean, with many men barely clinging to life. "We couldn't even stop to pick up any survivors," recalled Bernard Waters, now 83, whose ship came out unscathed. This nautical confrontation didn't rage far out...
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While Memorial Day honors those individuals who fought and died for the United States, Veterans Day is set aside to acknowledge those who served in the various branches of the military. Consider it a national day of thanks -- a day set aside to remember and show some appreciation for sacrifices made. Across the country this past Sunday, the day...
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Zach Pontz, JE Feature
As a schoolboy growing up in Weiden, a city located at the time in the U.S.-occupied zone of Germany, near the Czechoslovak border, Dr. Michael Brenner often found himself one of only two Jews present in class. Michael Brenner often found himself one of only two Jews present in class. The problem was, as he put it, "the other Jew...
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