Monday, September 22, 2014 Elul 27, 5774

Former Israeli spy Jonathan Pollard should be released on humanitarian grounds; not as a part of peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians.
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One reader investigates the issue of Iran's relationship with Jews; another questions Federation's backing of an "anti-J Street" event; and a third presses for more Israel coverage.
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By:
William Freeman
Despite negative publicity and controversy regarding the extraction process, many positive outcomes have emanated from the direct economic impact of Pennsylvania's fracking industry, William Freeman writes.
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By:
Deborah Lawrence Rogers
The number of jobs actually generated by the oil and gas industry do not add up to those promised from shale development, writes the director of EnergyPolicyForum.
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By:
Mark Levin
The director of a group that advocates on behalf of Jews in the former Soviet Union says that Russia’s attempts to undermine the Ukrainian government and falsely label it anti-Semitic set off alarm bells.
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