Friday, January 30, 2015 Shevat 10, 5775
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Morton Klein
After the recent Israeli elections, many commentators, including editorialists in The New York Times and The Washington Post and even the Jewish Exponent, have taken the outcome to mean that the Israeli electorate endorses further unilateral withdrawals. But that's not true. There was a close finish between the left of center pro-withdrawal parties and the right of center anti-withdrawal parties,...
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I've often mentioned the piles of magazines that fill my study, and how, on weeks when Jewish news is slow - which, I admit is rare - I tend to rifle through these publications and find something of interest to write about in this space. What I haven't discussed is the mass of magazines on our third floor, which I...
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Stand With Denmark, as They Stood With Us! When Hitler invaded Denmark during the World War II, Denmark's protection of - and solidarity with - its Jewish population was unprecedented. Not only did Denmark's non-Jewish citizens help get their Jews to safety in Sweden, but in a show of solidarity, many Danes also donned yellow Stars of David, when Jews...
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Lori Lowenthal Marcus The world press just could not resist this story: the intolerance of a Jewish Museum of Tolerance! A piece in the Feb. 15 Philadelphia Inquirer reported that the Simon Wiesenthal Center is building a Museum of Tolerance in the center of Jerusalem. Muslim leaders lament that the site being excavated sits on what was once their ancient...
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In an Era of Holocaust 'Comedy,' It's Important to Confront the Haters Columnist Suzanne Fields writes in The Washington Times ( www.washingtontimes.com ) on Jan 26 that a United Nations commemoration of the Holocaust was long overdue but worth it: "The United Nations, which has not always been friendly to the Jews, marked the first universal observance of victims of...
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