Sunday, December 28, 2014 Tevet 6, 5775
Congressional fight over Turkish genocide of Armenians puts Jews in a difficult spot
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If you had the choice between telling the truth about 20th-century genocide -- and thereby alienating a contemporary strategic ally of the United States and Israel -- or ignoring or downplaying the genocide and keeping the ally happy, which would you do? Is this just an interesting hypothetical for grad students in ethics or philosophy to chew on? No. It...
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What do you do when your child simply marches to a different drummer? Do you try to straightjacket him -- metaphorically speaking -- make him conform to the rules until he learns how to "succeed" in school and eventually in society? Or do you encourage him go his own way, and let the pieces fall where they may? I'm not...
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Amon Rubenstein
It is sad that Gilad, Udi and Eldad were missing from the Shalit, Goldwasser and Regev family seders this year. Not only their families, but all of Israeli society felt their absence. Our lives continue normally, but the abduction of our soldiers and the lack of information about their fate touches each and every one of us. Moreover, the refusal...
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I try diligently to keep up with business news, doing it out of a weird sense of duty, because it has significance, because the economic health of any region -- to say nothing of the country as a whole -- has a deep impact on everyday American lives. Some of the time, I get a glimmer of insight I didn't...
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Douglas Bloomfield
Could Israel's love affair with President George W. Bush be on the rocks? Supporters of hard-line Israeli policies have long praised the president as one of Israel's best friends ever in the Oval Office. When asked what that means, they'll most often say it's "because he leaves us alone." They have their own "Three No's": no pressure, no American peace...
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