Tuesday, September 16, 2014 Elul 21, 5774

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Just a little over a month ago, I used this space to dissect the revised Atlantic monthly magazine, now that it's left it's longtime perch in Boston and has been trying to reposition itself in Washington, D.C., with an eye, its editors readily acknowledge, to becoming more of a player on the political scene. My focus back then was the...
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Dems cry foul at Bush rhetoric on terror, but will either party do more than talk?
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Jonathan Tobin
Not long before President Bush delivered a speech to Israel's Knesset last week celebrating that nation's 60th anniversary, the residents of the Jewish state's southern city of Ashkelon received a different sort of greeting. An Iranian-made Grad model Katyusha rocket crashed into a mall in the city of more than 100,000, wounding four persons while several dozen others were treated...
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For the thousands of people of all ages who turned out to take part in Philadelphia's Israel 60 parade this weekend, as well as the thousands more who came to watch and also enjoy the accompanying festival, the joy of the day was somewhat dampened by the weather. But if the heavy rain that arrived after the parade did abbreviate...
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Entire Community Needs to Honor Their Memories On Sunday, May 4, I attended the annual memorial ceremony for the Six Million Jewish martyrs of the Holocaust at Congregation Rodeph Shalom (City & Suburb: "After 63 Years, Question Remains: 'How Could This Have Happened?' " May 8). As always, the program was very moving, and the keynote speaker Mark Talisman was...
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Barry Rubin
It's become fashionable to match the celebration of Israel's founding (part of the media can't even admit that Israelis are celebrating) with Palestinians' marking of their 1948 nakba , or "catastrophe." Yet whose fault is it that they didn't use those six decades constructively? And who killed the independent Palestinian state alongside Israel that was part of the partition plan?...
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