Wednesday, October 22, 2014 Tishri 28, 5775

By:
Asaf Romirowsky
An Islamic group came to Temple University last spring with an offer to provide $1.5 million for an endowed chair in Islamic studies to honor religion professor Mahmoud Ayoub. After months of talks, the deal never got off the ground, once trustees and others raised concerns about the contributor, the International Institute of Islamic Thought, a nonprofit research group that...
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Acknowledge the Truth: Palestinians Don't Deserve Special Treatment! Author Rachel Neuwirth writes on AmericanThinker.com Jan. 6 about the myths surrounding the Arab "right of return": "A media and propaganda campaign has been under way since the Annapolis 'peace' conference to legitimate the longstanding demands made on behalf of the Palestinian 'Arab refugees' -- meaning, in practice, the grandchildren and great-grandchildren...
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Strike the Report: This Year Could Prove the Year of Action Against Iran Think-tank scholar Peter Brookes writes in the New York Post ( www.nypost.com ) on Jan. 3 about Iran's dangerous nuclear game: "Iran turned up the heat this week on still-simmering concerns about its atomic aspirations. It crowed that its 1,000-megawatt Bushehr nuclear-power plant would be 'online' as...
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It was Gen. Douglas MacArthur who supposedly said, "Old soldiers never die; they simply fade away." I began wondering recently if there were some commensurate phrase that might sum up the fate of old editors, since in the case of at least one, he's refusing, rather insistently, to fade away. These notions popped up while I was perusing Lapham's Quarterly,...
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By:
M.J. Rosenberg
A few hours after the assassination of Benazir Bhutto, I happened to see an interview with a group of Pakistani university students who were part of a stunned mass of grieving people on the streets of Karachi. They had varying opinions, arguing among themselves and cutting each other off until one young woman brought up the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. "Of course,"...
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