Friday, November 28, 2014 Kislev 6, 5775

Just six years ago as a student at Columbia University, I remember the tremendous anti-Israel surge on our campus, and how many young, impressionable Jews took part in those protests. Shocked at one relatively involved friend who had joined up with the crowd, she reaffirmed for me -- much to my disbelief -- that she was proud of her Jewish...
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By:
John Cohn and Gary Erlbaum
Last week saw an almost unprecedented global attack on Israel and its right to defend itself with military force. Broadcast, Internet and print media carried a wide variety of reports on Israel's actions to stop a flotilla attempting to run Israel's well-publicized blockade of Gaza. While Israel's government was initially slow in presenting the story, within hours of the violence...
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If We Do Not Stand Up for Israel, Then Who Will? Thank you for enclosing in the June 3 paper the pamphlet titled "2010 Top Ten Anti-Israel Lies," put out by the Simon Wiesenthal Center. It's too bad that every paper in the nation can't include this information. It provides intelligent and crucial insight into the problems that Israel faces...
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Fear Not the Outsider, for We, Too, Were Once Refused Entry to These Shores
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Judith Bernstein-Baker and Ilan Rosenberg
While much attention has been paid to the recently enacted Arizona law aimed at cracking down on illegal immigration, less well-known is that a similar law has been introduced in Pennsylvania. As Jews, we should oppose the law introduced by Rep. Daryl Metcalfe in the Pennsylvania legislature. The legislation, HB 2479, provides, among other things, that police who stop an...
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At a Crossroads: How to Secure the Borders?
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Benyamin Korn
Can American Jews, who have always embraced ethnic diversity and generous immigration policies, support legislation to curb illegal immigration? Yes, we can -- and we should. Traditional Jewish support for a liberal U.S. immigration policy has been rooted in two concepts: one practical, one idealistic. The practical is the need to shelter refugees from persecution; the idealistic is our vision...
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