Tuesday, October 21, 2014 Tishri 27, 5775

By:
Stu Goldman
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With Palestinian Kassam missiles continuing to rain down on the southern Israeli city of Sederot, Israel's government is faced with an impossible dilemma. The notion that terrorists can be allowed to continue shelling Israeli territory with impunity is simply unacceptable. Hamas and the supposedly more moderate Fatah Party are on the verge of civil war, but the Islamists hope to...
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The decision of the Britain's National Union of Journalists to declare its support for a boycott of the State of Israel prompted this newspaper to ask why American news outlets would continue to use programs on the Middle East produced by openly biased British journalists, such as those of the BBC to report on the Middle East. The answer provided...
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By:
Leonard Fein
Will it never end? The "it" refers to the cruelty, the meanness, the violence that so have characterized our times, and do still. While Iraq and Afghanistan continue to leech -- blood, treasure, honor -- it is other things I have in mind just now. Which brings me to Darfur. It is now almost exactly two years since President Bush...
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By:
Evelyn Gordon
Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is not purposely trying to destroy all of Israel's hard-won security gains of the last five years. But if she were, she could hardly have improved on her new benchmark proposal for Israelis and Palestinians. The proposal comprises two parallel sets of "benchmarks": steps (mainly Israeli) to increase Palestinian freedom of movement, and steps (mainly...
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