Tuesday, September 16, 2014 Elul 21, 5774

The people of Israel, especially those living in towns near the Gaza border, may be forgiven for not being terribly interested in the rise of anti-Zionist sentiment abroad. They have more important things to worry about, such as the missiles flying into their homes, schools and businesses. But while less lethal than the Kassams launched by Hamas and Islamic Jihad,...
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'United' Jerusalem Not as Polarized as Story Says My wife and I recently returned from an Honest Reporting mission to Isr ael, where we spent nine days in Jerusalem. We were truly shocked to read the Jewish Telegraphic Agency's perspective on the use of the " slogan" of a "united" Jerusalem. (Cover story: " 'United' Capital Remains Polarized City," May...
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Media Clippings
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A few weeks ago, I looked at the question of failure in American life, especially the central part it plays in education and child-rearing. It was noted in the article I discussed, which was published in one of the final issues of Child magazine , that by not allowing children to learn how to deal with failure, we're doing them...
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Ari Y. Kelman
For many younger people, American Jewry means this: "Synagogues are for people with children. And they are generally uninspiring." "JCCs are also for people with children. And they don't have great gyms, either." "Federations only want my money. Then they want me to be quiet." "This Jewish group wants to tell me how I ought to be Jewish." "That Jewish...
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David Horovitz
A two-hour car ride from Jerusalem, in a lawless land, extortionists are holding a British journalist captive to try to delegitimize my country. The kidnapping of the BBC's Alan Johnston in Gaza, and now the broadcast of his taped denunciation of the fact of Israel's existence, are only one small part of a wider campaign. And it's working. The international...
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