Thursday, March 5, 2015 AdarI 14, 5775

By:
Robert Wistrich
T he Muslim Brotherhood did not initiate the current upheavals in the Middle East, but the Islamist parties in Egypt, as in Tunisia and Libya, have been the chief beneficiaries of the collapse of longstanding authoritarian, repressive regimes across North Africa. In Egypt itself, the two largest Islamist groups -- the Brotherhood and the Salafists -- won about three quarters...
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By:
Rabbi Mark Robbins
In recent weeks, developments in the Middle East and an alarming report of the International Atomic Energy Agency concentrated the world's attention on Iran's push to develop nuclear weapons. But on Dec. 19 -- nine days after international Human Rights Day -- the United Nations General Assembly reminded the world of another problematic dimension of the Iranian regime -- treatment...
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To fight the BDS movement just make sure to buy lots more goods made in Israel and being childless doesn't mean being anti-Jewish.
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What's in a number? That's the question sparked yet again by the latest studies attempting to pinpoint the number of Jews in America. The good news is that our numbers are apparently up: Two new studies, using completely different methodologies, discovered between 6.4 million and 6.6 million Jews, or about 1.8 percent of the U.S. population, the Forward reported this...
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In 1887, just months after the Statue of Liberty extended her torch to welcome immigrants to America, the Jewish Exponent was launching what would soon become a critical lifeline for the Jewish newcomers finding their way to this region. That's right. The Exponent turns 125 this year, marking a century and a quarter of this community-building enterprise. It served as...
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