Friday, November 28, 2014 Kislev 6, 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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Salam Al-Marayati
In the 25 years that I've served as a leader in the Muslim American community, I have watched and sometimes participated as the pro-Israel and pro-Palestinian camps have put all of their energy into trying to convert each other to their own ways of thinking. The conclusion I've reached is that agreement can't and should not be a pre-condition for...
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Nathan Bloom
Israel has committed war crimes, and possibly crimes against humanity. That is the conclusion of the report issued last week by a U.N. fact-finding mission investigating the three-week war in Gaza last winter. The response of Israel and its media allies to this latest calumny against the Jewish state has been the predictable one: mustering facts and logic to counter...
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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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Disservice Done to the Best-Kept Secret in Bucks Regarding the recent cover story by Bryan Schwartzman ("The Writing's on the Wall," Aug. 27), we are now absolutely certain that our congregation is the best-kept secret in Lower Bucks County. In focusing only on a few synagogues, the story did a disservice to those of us who for years have been...
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