Tuesday, July 26, 2016 Tammuz 20, 5776

By:
Glenn Richter
It took years, but eventually the Jewish establishment put its considerable muscle behind the Free Soviet Jewry movement. Wiesel was a featured speaker at large rallies and utilized his growing moral authority to press for the liberation of Russian Jews.
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By:
Margot Horwitz
While my remembrance is different from those who have spoken of Wiesel since his death two weeks ago, I cannot forget the special circumstance that gave me a warm and humorous view of the man whom the Nobel Prize Committee described as a “messenger to humanity.”
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Those who opposed the deal point to the many unknowns in the Western world’s dealings with Iran — the lingering questions of whether Iran is acquiring plutonium from the black market or producing it in undetected research facilities and the nagging concern over whether Iran will continue to abide by the agreement.
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Readers discuss JCHS and Israeli politics.
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By:
Ellen Hershkin
Political leaders, media and the informed public routinely, unambiguously and rightly condemn terrorist attacks against American, Belgian, French, Danish or Indonesian targets. But when it comes to terrorism, not all victims are equal.
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