Friday, December 26, 2014 Tevet 4, 5775

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Mara Sokolsky, JE Feature
I have an old friend, Jonathan, who one day announced that he was ready for true love. He'd been through several girlfriends and a brief marriage, but now, he was looking for someone to fill -- as he put it -- a "tenure-track position." My friend is very smart but decidedly alternative. At age 60, he lives in a group...
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What the media is saying about Judaism and Israel
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Former prisoner of Zion and Israeli Cabinet member Natan Sharansky writes in The Wall Street Journal ( www.opinionjournal.com ) on Oct. 2 that a judge in France has a chance to hold the media accountable: "Last month, a French court heard an appeals case whose forthcoming verdict will have far-reaching ramifications for all who value truth and accuracy in Middle...
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Heeb magazine has never been shy, especially about tooting its own horn, and a recent press release is typical. Under the headline, "Jewish Culture Mag Launches HEEB100.COM , Publishes 'The Chosen Issue,' " we were told that the "self-proclaimed voice of young Jewish America" was proud to announce the launch of the Web site, "an online gallery of 100 of...
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Benjamin Weinthal
Germany needs an "Israel Lobby" was the thrust of Alan Posener's commentary on Deutschland Radio in late May. Posener, who is the chief columnist for the largest circulating Sunday newspaper Welt am Sonntag, attended the yearly Aipac conference and posits U.S pro-Israel solidarity as a proposed model for Germany, where "Israel's Lobby consists of 6 million dead Jews." There is...
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Andrew Silow-Carroll
You've seen the images dozens, perhaps hundreds, of times. The self-amused face of Hitler, addressing an outdoor rally. The row upon row of jack-booted soldiers, marching in industrial lockstep. The piles of books being put to the flames. And though the images are as familiar to you as home movies, they take on a new immediacy in Ken Burns' latest...
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