Tuesday, September 16, 2014 Elul 21, 5774

Jonathan S. Tobin

Seder poses a challenge to the indifferent to defend Jewish rights and existence
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For all of the difficulties Israelis encounter these days, the greatest sometimes appears to be the implacable nature of this conflict in which they find themselves still embroiled. Despite the best intentions of a generation of would-be peacemakers and a host of concessions on the part of the Israelis, Arab and Muslim opinion seems even more set in its determination...
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Jewish organizations are wise to avoid jumping on the anti-war bandwagon
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Is there a more unpopular man in America than Vice President Dick Cheney? After more than six years as the Bush-administration's chief policy guru/hatchet man, Cheney is not only the villain in every conspiracy theory about anything that has happened during their time in office, he is also the punchline for every joke about its incompetence. From his accidental shooting...
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Friends of Israel must still hold leaders accountable for their stands on terror
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Group solidarity is one trait that has earned Jews both plaudits and criticism. But according to a spokesman for a national Jewish organization, it's long past time to stop the group-think. M.J. Rosenberg, the director of the Israel Policy Forum's Washington Policy Center wrote last week on the eve of the annual conference of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee...
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Film reminds us that combining religion and politics can make a righteous cause
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To listen to some who claim to speak for American Jews, the greatest danger facing our republic is the rise of a religiously based conservatism that threatens to overturn the separation of church and state. This has been a familiar argument for the last two decades as most liberal Jews -- that is to say, most Jews -- viewed an...
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Time for plain talk about the racism of the anti-Zionists and their falsehoods
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In case you missed it, last month college campuses in the United States, Canada and Britain hosted an "Israeli Apartheid Week," in which prominent scholars and artists all got together to agree about the State of Israel's beastliness. That such nonsense is presented at places like Hunter College in New York City, the University of Toronto and even at supposedly...
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