Thursday, December 18, 2014 Kislev 26, 5775

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Stu Goldman
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Media Clippings
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With the New Year, The Wall Street Journal transformed itself yet again -- and in even more drastic ways than it had the first time. About a year-and- a-half ago, the paper took its traditional gray self and submitted to a redesign that included swaths of color, the introduction of a lifestyles section and a technological realignment that promised "print-online...
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If there was any doubt that religious symbolism dominates the news from the Middle East, it was dispelled by the two biggest stories emanating from the region last week: a conference in Mecca and a dispute about Jerusalem's Temple Mount. But if there was any unifying theme to these two contrasting stories, it was that deception seemed to be at...
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Why Work to Assist Onslaught Against Israel? It's a shandah that Jewish organizations formed to defend, support and educate the general public -- and especially, the college crowd -- about Israel have lost all common sense (A Matter of Opinion: "Who Speaks for the Jews?" Feb. 1). Sponsoring anti-Israel speakers, writers, artists and films that concentrate solely on Israel's flaws...
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Let's mobilize action reminiscent of the Soviet Jewry movement
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Natan Sharansky
A little more than three years ago, at the first-ever global forum on anti-Semitism organized by the State of Israel, the essential task was to define the beast: the new anti-Semitism. Since then, as the fourth such global gathering meets this week, efforts to incorporate the "three-D" distinction between legitimate criticism of Israel and the new anti-Semitism -- demonization, double...
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