Sunday, November 23, 2014 Kislev 1, 5775

It is far too early to determine if the recent flurry of economic sanctions against Iran will have the intended effect of halting Tehran's march toward nuclear capability. The activity over the past few weeks reflects a new and sorely needed resolve among key players locally, nationally and internationally that taking a chance on a nuclear Iran is not an...
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Mark Robbins
The flotilla is sailing away. How fast? That depends -- as always in the slam-bam world of Israel news -- on your perspective. I'm a new immigrant, straddling two worlds -- the American Jewish and Israeli ones -- and I see events from both perspectives. As U.S.Jews, we depend on events and the media for the profile of Israel in...
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We are fast approaching the fourth anniversary of the capture of Gilad Shalit, who is being held by the terrorist group Hamas somewhere in the Gaza Strip. The young Israel Defense Force corporal was taken on June 25, 2006, in a cross-border raid when he was a mere 19 years old. The fact that this day comes in the wake...
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Toomey and Israel Want the Same Exact Thing I would like to comment on Bryan Schwartzman's June 10 article in the City & Suburb section titled "Flotilla Fallout: Will It Matter on Election Day?" He contrasted the pro- Israel records of Senate candidates Pat Toomey and Joe Sestak, and referred to the claim, made by Sestak's supporters, that Toomey's position...
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Gary Wexler
Here is the bottom line on matters of Middle East public relations: Israel is now perceived as the pariah nation, and the Palestinians and their supporters are the cause of good. This enormous international accomplishment is a marketing professional's dream. As one of those professionals, I want to know everything I can. I want to duplicate it for my clients...
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