Monday, March 2, 2015 AdarI 11, 5775

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Even as the first dot-com era entered its extended swan song in the late 1990s, I argued that a lot of the clever ideas that had mostly crashed over the course of that decade would reappear once the Internet became embedded in American life, and people discovered ways of making money from such ventures -- as opposed to simply throwing...
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Asaf Romirowsky
For the past three weeks, the Rotunda at the University of Pennsylvania has been hosting a 100-photograph exhibit purporting to show "Israeli human-rights abuses in the Occupied Territories." The exhibit included a reception, gallery tours and speakers. Organized by an outfit called "Breaking the Silence," an Israel-based group that collects testimonies from soldiers who shared their "horrific experiences" while serving...
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Yehudit Barsky
For many of his victims around the world, the recent car-bomb assassination of Imad Fayez Mughniyeh -- one of the world's most wanted terrorists for two decades -- has the ring of true justice. At least in the short term, the killing will have a deterrent effect and hamper Hezbollah's capability to carry out a revenge attack. It will not,...
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Stu Goldman
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The death in Damascus last week of Hezbollah terrorist Imad Mughniyeh by as yet undetermined hands has provoked discussions about whether or not his fellow murderers will attempt to extract revenge for his slaying. This is a legitimate fear, but it is important to examine Mughniyeh's life and see what it really symbolizes. His résumé of crimes stretches back to...
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