Friday, February 27, 2015 AdarI 8, 5775

By:
David A. Harris
I have long admired Turkey. Yet with the outburst of animosity for Israel displayed most prominently by its prime minister in Davos, Switzerland, over the weekend, coupled with the anxiety awakened in the Turkish Jewish community, I wonder what's going on and what the future holds. If this only emanated from the "street" or from an extremist fringe, it would...
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Paper Ignores Another School Involved in Plan I recently read the cover story "A Tale of Two Initiatives" in the Jan. 29 Jewish Exponent and was a bit dismayed. As director of a Jewish day school in the greater Philadelphia area that's participating in the Kohelet Foundation's initiative (and the only one located in Bucks County), I was surprised to...
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A pall of uncertainty and despair hangs over Israel as its citizens head to the polls next week to elect a new leader. The enthusiasm and optimism that accompanied the election of Barack Obama, despite the problems he inherited, are nowhere to be found in the streets of Jerusalem, Haifa or Beersheva. Instead, Israelis face a difficult political choice at...
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For It All to Work, Both Parties Must Want Peace In his call for U.S. leaders to bring about an Arab-Israeli peace, Steve Masters doesn't seem to understand that the Americans can produce nothing if one of the two parties to any treaty is unwilling to make peace ("Memos to President Obama," Jan. 15). The fact is that neither Mahmoud...
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While much attention has been paid to President Barack Obama's decision to tap former U.S. Sen. George Mitchell as special envoy to the Middle East, equally significant during the president's first weeks in office are the signals he's been sending toward Iran. In his first formal television interview as president, Obama told an Arabic station that America was ready to...
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