Saturday, July 12, 2014 Tammuz 14, 5774
Although former U.S. naval intelligence officer Jonathan Pollard deserved jail time for spying for Israel, after serving 28 years of a life sentence his time for clemency is long past due.
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As Jerusalem takes controversial steps for peace by releasing more Palestinian prisoners, those who oppose any deal with the Jewish state step up their violent attempts to derail it.
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The decision by the American Studies Association to endorse a boycott of Israeli academic institutions is an act of hypocrisy, indecency and stupidity.
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The Hillel of Greater Philadelphia should be commended for seeking dialogue rather than confrontation in an effort to educate rather than alienate.
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An estimated 20 percent of North American Jewry is comprised of people with disabilities yet our Jewish institutions are still struggling to accommodate this population.
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