Sunday, January 25, 2015 Shevat 5, 5775

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Sarah Honig
We'll call her Naima (though she anglicizes her name). She's my daughter's pen pal. They met on a LiveJournal Web site, and soon featured on each other's "friends" lists. Naima grew up in the United States, and was brought back to Jordan by her folks a year ago. Her dad is quite wealthy, and the family resides in a posh...
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Media Clippings
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Last week, I wrote about an established holiday tradition: The practice among the large newsweeklies of turning to religious subjects at the end of the year, and often considering the "real" or "historic" Jesus, which generally means an examination of his Jewish roots. But it seems there was another holiday convention going on, also journalistic, but much newer -- and...
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The offensive against pro-Israel voices finds a target in the ADL'S autocrat
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He is one of the strongest personalities in an American Jewish world that has no shortage of outsized egos. To know him is not always to admire, let alone love him. But there is no denying that Abe Foxman, the longtime head of the Anti-Defamation League, has a unique place in the political culture of this country. Whether it is...
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Stu Goldman
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Cabinet Symbolism The appointment of an Israeli Arab to a post in Israel's Cabinet has provoked a predictable controversy on both the left and the right. Raleb Majadele -- slated to become the nation's new minister of science, culture and sport -- is not the first non-Jew to serve in such a post. Salah Tarif, an Israeli Druze who briefly...
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