Saturday, September 20, 2014 Elul 25, 5774

By:
Isi Leibler
Since 1967, French Middle East policy has been consistently hostile and displayed cynical disregard for Israel's security needs. Yet in the course of a keynote speech delivered at the annual banquet of the French Jewish umbrella organization CRIF, President Nicholas Sarkozy outlined his views on a wide variety of issues related to the Jewish people and Israel. This was the...
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By:
Stu Goldman
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Judging by the headlines -- and indeed, the tenor -- of most of the coverage of the last week's stories on Middle East violence in the media, Americans might not be blamed for merely shrugging their shoulders, wondering why those foolish Israelis and Palestinians keep getting sucked into the same pointless cycle of violence again and again. For the most...
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Advertisements Do Not Belong on the Front Page The front page of the Feb. 21 issue of the Jewish Exponent carried three major news items: 1) Hezbollah's new threats, 2) The future for the Jews of Kosovo, and 3) The willingness of Govberg Jewelers to buy unwanted jewelry. Wait a moment! That last item was an advertisement. Given the amount...
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By:
Gary Tobin
A study by the Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life shows that Americans are switching religions more than ever. As many as one of every two adults does not practice the religion in which they were born or raised. Evangelical and nondenominational Protestantism are the big winners. Catholicism and mainline Protestants are the big losers. As an aging religious...
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