Saturday, December 27, 2014 Tevet 5, 5775

Synagogue's Recovering From 'An Act of Violence' On behalf of the Germantown Jewish Centre, I want to thank you for your prominent coverage of the fire that extensively damaged our building (Cover story: "Shul Regroups After Suspected Arson Incident," Jan. 24). This fire was an act of violence against our community, the effects of which we will continue to feel...
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By:
Douglas Bloomfield
The race for the Republican presidential nomination has come down to the Big Dough vs. the Big Mo. Mitt Romney may have the money, but Sen. John McCain probably has the momentum. And the votes. Especially among Jewish Republicans. McCain is the clear favorite of Jewish Republicans now that former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani has dropped out. And he...
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By:
Barry Rubin
The Arab-Israeli conflict definitely holds the record for the most bizarrely treated issue in modern history. It is easy to forget just how strange this situation is, and the extent to which it is understood and handled so totally different from other, more rationally perceived problems. Let's take a very simple example, and examine the surrealistic, bizarre way in which...
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Stu Goldman
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From a Man Touting 'Peace,' Where's the Incentive? The Compromise? Publisher Mortimer Zuckerman writes in U.S. News & World Report ( www.usnews.com ) on Jan. 17 about the latest twist in the search for Middle East peace: "The vast majority of Israelis and Palestinians finally agree on something: Neither side has any confidence that the current talks will bring about...
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