Tuesday, March 3, 2015 AdarI 12, 5775
The American Jewish Committee is out with its annual survey of U.S. Jewish opinion, and the major conclusion is not very surprising: When it comes to Mideast issues, at least, most Jews cling close to the center. Among the findings from the 800 respondents interviewed between Aug. 30 and Sept. 17: Some 60 percent favor the dismantling of some or...
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The annual gathering of world leaders at the United Nations General Assembly is beginning to feel like a sequel to a really bad horror movie. True to form, the main villain of the past several years -- in the guise of Iran's Mahmoud Ahmadinejad -- is once again taking center stage. The Iranian demagogue is enjoying what he seeks most...
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There are some years that you can't wait to come to an end, that you want to lock in a drawer and throw away the key. The Jewish year 5769 could easily qualify as one of those. From the financial collapse that began last Rosh Hashanah to the Bernie Madoff swindle, from Israel's painful war against Hamas in Gaza to...
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It's been almost a year now since the crash, and people are still accounting for their losses. Be it a mortgage collapse, a lay-off or a fizzled 401(k), the collective sighs remain audible. Soon after came the Bernard Madoff scandal, which did what Jews fear so much: It tied our ethnicity to money -- bad money. Is there a positive...
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Most days, Iran is never far from the front pages, either in mainstream newspapers or Jewish ones. And now that September has rolled around -- marking the start of the High Holiday period and the deadline that President Obama set for himself to reassess his stance toward this fearsome Middle East nation -- the need to deal with the Iranian...
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