Thursday, December 25, 2014 Tevet 3, 5775

Jonathan S. Tobin

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In a time in which vicious partisanship is the order of the day, any respite from the bear-baiting that passes as debate between Republicans and Democrats is a blessing. And so when more than 700 people gathered in downtown Philadelphia for the American Israel Public Affairs Committee "Salute to Congress" gala, the bipartisan spirit of the event added to the...
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The 'Muslim street' and Western intellectuals share a passion for scapegoating Israel
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It came as little surprise that when a gang of Islamist terrorists blew themselves up in three Jordanian hotels last week, that many in the Arab and Muslim world were quick to blame Israel. As a New York Times correspondent who was, no doubt, sent out to the pavement of a Jordanian town in search of the mythical "Arab street,"...
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With Saudi Accountability Act, Americans take halting steps to face the enemy
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The streets of Parisian suburbs have been burning this week. It remains to be seen just how far-reaching the impact of a virtual revolt against the authority of the French republic by North African Muslim immigrants will be. There are, no doubt, some Americans who will point to the spectacle of a virtual intifada in the heart of European civilization,...
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Excerpts from international writers with commentary on issues relating to the Middle East, Israel and world Jewry: Many More 'Rachels' Out There, Without Plays to Their Memories Journalist Tom Gross writes in the British magazine The Spectator ( www.spectator.co.uk ) on Oct. 22 about the invisibility of Jewish victims of terror in the media: "Rachel Thaler, aged 16, was blown...
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Historian Benny Morris writes in The New Republic ( www.tnr.com ) on Oct. 20 that an official Palestinian atlas is a compendium of lies: "Atlases are never as neutral as they seem. Buried deep in this giant handsome [Atlas of Palestine 1948: Reconstructing Palestine by Salman Abu Sitta, Palestine Land Society] is a statement of purpose: 'Firstly, the obliteration of...
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