Friday, August 29, 2014 Elul 3, 5774

What Kind of 'Friend' Leaves a Nation Unaided? I feel compelled to respond to Paul D. Rosenstock's comments (Letters: "Don't Judge Candidates on One-Issue Line Items," Sept. 21). When it comes to former President Richard Nixon, it's always good to get the story straight. Many Americans believe he was a strong supporter of Israel, but he was never a friend...
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Stu Goldman
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The Path to Madness The headlines about North Korea's successful test of a small nuclear device this week may be perceived as a respite from the otherwise unshakable focus of the world on news from the Middle East. But those who think that a shift of attention to the threat emanating from the Pacific rim will have little impact on...
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Taking Israel off the table as an election issue is not in the community's interest
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Something interesting has been happening in British politics this year that ought to gain the attention of Americans, including those who generally have no interest in the subject. What has happened is that Britain's opposition Conservative Party has struck up an unlikely alliance with the left wing of the governing Labor Party on the issue of the Middle East. The...
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Media Clippings
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To commemorate the fifth anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks, New York magazine gave over much of its Aug. 21 issue to four stories of that analyzed the subject. One was a photo essay showing artifacts recovered from ground zero. Another was a dialogue held among eight survivors of the twin towers who came together to compare notes. Another piece...
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