Wednesday, July 29, 2015 Av 13, 5775

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Michael Oren
Great wars in history eventually become great wars about history. Only a few years after the last soldier leaves the battlefield, accepted truths about the nature of a military conflict and the motivations for it invariably come under assault by revisionists and counter-revisionists whose vehemence can rival that of the original combatants. This again becomes the case with the 40th...
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Media Clippings
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I stood mesmerized in front of the newsstand, staring at the golden-colored cover of the magazine -- an arial view of Manhattan -- assuming I'd been transported to some other time zone. Were we back in the heyday of the '80s, when business and Reaganomics were the rage? Or had we gone farther back still, to the '50s, when New...
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WHYY: BBC Bias Against Israel Isn't Our Issue In your recent editorial, you express the opinion that no NPR affiliate should air BBC news reports ("No Excuse for Brit Bias," April 26, 2007). As part of one such affiliate, I forwarded a copy of the piece to the BBC, to which they wrote: "BBC News takes great pains to present...
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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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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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