Monday, July 28, 2014 Av 1, 5774

Another week of mayhem along Israel's border with Gaza has led to more deaths and some questions about the way the world looks at various conflicts in the Middle East. With each death or injury of an Israeli civilian caused by a Palestinian Kassam missile, the impetus for the Jewish state to respond to this crisis grows. So far, Israel's...
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The election of a new Congress last November gave rise to hopes that a sensible approach to immigration reform would now be possible. Given the support of many Democrats, in addition to President Bush, for a pathway to citizenship for undocumented workers, it seemed likely that comprehensive legislation was possible. However, that optimism did not take into account the the...
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Stu Goldman
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Lamenting the 'occupation' won't make the facts that led to '67 conflict go away
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Jonathan S. Tobin
French writer Alexandre Dumas the elder wrote in 1854 that "nothing succeeds like success." But when it comes to the State of Israel, it appears that nothing seems to fail as abysmally as victory. As the world notes the 40th anniversary of the Six-Day War this coming week, much of the coverage and commentaries about the topic seem to center...
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By:
Caroline Glick
The Ehud Olmert-Tsipi Livni-Amir Peretz government is incapable of learning. This is the only possible explanation for its handling of the Palestinian assault on southern Israel, which has seen some 200 rockets and missiles fall on Sderot, southern Ashkelon and the surrounding areas in the past week alone. On Sunday, the Security Cabinet met and discussed options for contending with...
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