Thursday, May 28, 2015 Sivan 10, 5775

Congressional fight over Turkish genocide of Armenians puts Jews in a difficult spot
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If you had the choice between telling the truth about 20th-century genocide -- and thereby alienating a contemporary strategic ally of the United States and Israel -- or ignoring or downplaying the genocide and keeping the ally happy, which would you do? Is this just an interesting hypothetical for grad students in ethics or philosophy to chew on? No. It...
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Stu Goldman
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No Jewish Welcome for Illegal Immigrants! Concerning your April 5 editorial about immigration, Americans do indeed "Welcome the Stranger." We are a country of strangers. Our parents and grandparents came to America from foreign countries, worked hard and built up this country, and they were welcomed here. The difference is that they came legally. How can you condone immigrants --...
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The culture of modern journalism rests firmly on the notion of avoiding bias. This important principle may often be observed in the breach, but a firm belief in an individual's own lack of bias seems to be one thing that unites just about everyone in the press, whether the actuality remains true or not. Armed with the notion of their...
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Julius Berman
Reports about the Claims Conference that included numerous errors and inaccuracies, many of them repetitive of ancient shibboleths that have not reflected the realities of the Claims Conference for many years have been widely published. Here is the truth: Contrary to those assertions, the Claims Conference is entirely transparent. Every year, it is subject to an audit by Ernst &...
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