Wednesday, November 26, 2014 Kislev 4, 5775

These are difficult times for Israel's government. This summer's war with Hezbollah created enormous hardship for the Israeli people. Adjusting for the tremendous financial shortfalls these extraordinary circumstances have created is not easy. And even if the Diaspora steps up and gives all it can to support Israel's people, budget cuts from the top down are still going to be...
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Nobody Wins With War, but Don't Say Israel Lost Let me remind those who have turned so viciously on Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, who say that Israel lost the war and that there are no victors in war, only losers. That said, let us review the results of the war. Olmert made the same mistake that President Bush made...
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Martin Abramowitz
If Jews had pantheons, Shawn Green -- the premier Jewish baseball player of the last quarter-century -- would be right up there in the baseball wing, a notch below Hank Greenberg and Sandy Koufax. It would be hard to overstate the significance of Greenberg and Koufax in the history of American Jewish life. That two of the best ballplayers of...
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Elliot Jager
The Sept. 3 headline in Israel's mass-circulation Yediot Aharonot caught my eye: "800 prisoners to be released in exchange for Gilad Shalit." Shalit was taken captive, and two Israel Defense Force soldiers were killed, during a daring Hamas attack launched via a tunnel into Israel from Gaza on June 25. While the government of Prime Minister Ehud Olmert denies it,...
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Post-9-11 recriminations should lead
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This past week, many in the chattering classes devoted their energy to the controversy about ABC's television film "The Path to 9/11." Partisanship seems to dominate virtually every discussion these days. So it was no surprise that, just as Republicans have sought to minimize the lack of attention paid to the terror threat by the Bush administration, so, too, have...
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