Tuesday, September 23, 2014 Elul 28, 5774

What the media is saying about Judaism and Israel
Activist Sarah N. Stern writes in The New Republic ( www.tnr.com ) on Oct. 25 about the upcoming peace summit in Annapolis, Md.: "On July 25, 2000, I was in attendance at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy when Israeli Attorney General Eli Rubinstein had come to address the group. He had just returned from Camp David, Maryland, where...
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Mara Sokolsky, JE Feature
It's early evening, and I'm taking a walk with a newly minted college graduate. With a daughter the same age, we seem to know plenty of young people who've just been sprung, B.A.s in hand, out into the wide world. My companion walks purposefully beside me, finally getting to the question that is at the heart of our stroll. "So,"...
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Reader's Lament
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Most people who still read magazines and newspapers love articles that feature surveys -- and the more outrageous the question, the better. The Webzines have exploited this sure-fire technique of the old journalism, and a most entertaining example appeared last week on Slate. Five years ago, the editors asked critics to discuss their "greatest literary omissions" -- "the most important...
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As the years pass, the open wound in the collective Jewish heart that was created by the assassination of Yitzhak Rabin has begun to heal. Though the murder of a prime minister because of his peace policies illustrated the tremendous division in Israeli society, for most Jews, Rabin's death represents a bright red line against communal violence that none should...
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Coulter and Evangelicals Need to Study Their Bible Ann Coulter's point -- that Jews need to be perfected by accepting Jesus -- simply articulated what evangelical Christians believe in their hearts, but avoid stating in order to make their message more palatable (Editorial: "Coulter Culture Shock," Oct. 18). By saying Jews need to be perfected, she is replacing the word...
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