Friday, August 22, 2014 Av 26, 5774

What the media is saying about Judaism and Israel
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Same Old Sad News From the U.N. -- Solidarity With Those Who Laud Suicide Scholar Anne Bayefsky writes in the National Review ( www.nationalreview.com ) on Dec. 5 about the United Nation's latest Israel-bashing fest: "Hate-mongers at the United Nations outdid themselves again at the annual U.N. Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People, held every Nov. 29. This year...
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Kindling an Idea
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Jeff Bezos, of Amazon fame, recently unveiled his effort at cornering the e-book market; this time out it's called the Kindle. Its nationwide presentation was executed with lots of pomp and circumstance, even while, almost simultaneously, there was talk of a decline in reading, especially among the young, who more than likely comprise the device's target audience. But none of...
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32 Years Later, Kirov Evokes Different Reaction On Dec. 1, we attended the Kirov Orchestra performance at the Kimmel Center. As we listened, we could not help but recall other cold nights, picketing outside the Academy of Music when the Kirov performed, protesting the actions of the Soviets toward their Jewish citizens (Nation & World: "Soviet Jewry Campaign Transformed an...
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What the media is saying about Judaism and Israel
Skepticism, of Course, but a Real Dose of Optimism Came Out of Annapolis Columnist David Ignatius writes in The Washington Post ( www.washingtonpost.com ) on Nov. 28 that the positive fallout from the Annapolis, Md., peace summit has already begun: "After watching President Bush earnestly deliver his benediction to the Annapolis peace conference, a caustic English friend likened the scene...
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Publish or Perish
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The New York Times took lots of column inches several weeks ago to note that there's been a decline in test scores among students and that it's been linked to a drop in the amount of time young people spend reading. No real news there. But what was fascinating about the announcement was that, at the moment it was being...
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