Monday, May 4, 2015 Iyyar 15, 5775
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David Horovitz
In the beginning, everybody told them they were wasting their time. "You're crazy," Vicki Eisenfeld recalls being warned, over and over. "Nothing will come of it." But 10 years after Vicki and Leonard Eisenfeld's son Matt, 25, a Yale graduate and rabbinical student, was murdered along with his fiancée Sara Duker in a No. 18 bus on Jerusalem's Jaffa Road,...
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Reviving interest in Herzl's legacy
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For many Israelis, he is - as one wag in Ha'aretz put it a couple of years ago - "that man with a beard" whose achievements are "irrelevant" to modern Israel. For American Jews, he is an unknown or just a name pulled out of history, often unconnected to any real sense of his importance. But as we celebrate Israel's...
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Media Clippings
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0ne point that's only been touched upon in the massive brouhaha that blew up recently over Stephen Walt and John Mearsheimer's essay titled "The Israel Lobby" is where it first appeared. Don't get me wrong; many commentators mentioned that it was printed in The London Review of Books of March 23, but they simply left it at that. I imagine...
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Douglas Bloomfield
The decline and fall of Rep. Tom DeLay could prove to be good news for the pro-Israel cause and Republicans eager to woo Jewish voters. But it will only happen if the disgraced former House majority leader takes with him the bitter partisanship and extremism that have defined his tenure on Capitol Hill. The Texas Republican was an uncomfortable ally...
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Caroline Glick
Muhammad Abu al-Hawa was a 42-year-old father of eight when he died on the evening of April 12. As Jews were beginning their Pesach seders and retelling the story of the exodus from Egypt and their rebirth as a free nation, Abu al-Hawa was being tortured by Fatah terrorists. As the seder meal was eaten, he was shot seven times...
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