Friday, April 24, 2015 Iyyar 5, 5775

You could almost hear the collective sigh of relief emanating from Jerusalem to Washington to Brussels as Israel's Labor Party signed off on a coalition agreement this week with Benjamin Netanyahu. The deal means that Netanyahu will become Israel's next prime minister with the broader base that he had long sought, but that had appeared to elude him until the...
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By:
Shai Franklin
So the Obama administration has affirmed its decision not to participate in the April 2009 Durban Review Conference, which will revisit the dubiously named 2001 World Conference Against Racism. We can take a deep breath and realize: The U.S. government engaged multilaterally, and the sky did not fall. In fact, there were dividends for Washington -- and even for Jerusalem...
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By:
Douglas Bloomfield
David Broder of The Washington Post, one of the nation's pre-eminent political columnists, said that the Obama administration "suffered an embarrassing defeat at the hands" of pro-Israel lobbyists and "their friends on Capitol Hill" when Charles "Chas" Freeman withdrew his nomination as chairman of the National Intelligence Council. Sorry David, you've got it all wrong. The defeat was an inside...
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Few tears were shed when Bernard Madoff was hauled off to jail last week. While his despicable $64 billion fraud reached far and wide, it hit especially hard among Jewish individuals and institutions, many of whom were unwittingly ensnared in his web of deceit. The list of organizations he swindled is well-known by now -- Yeshiva University, Hadassah, American Jewish...
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Greater Philadelphia Has a Stake in School's Health I'm responding to David Magerman's opinion piece ("Decision to Reject School Merger: Loyalty, Yes, but a Sound Move?" March 12), in which he questions the financial wisdom of keeping the Saligman Middle School open. As one of the leaders who worked to avoid the unification of Saligman with the Barrack Hebrew Academy,...
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