Tuesday, September 30, 2014 Tishri 6, 5775

A lesson in false moral equivalence marks a new low in editorial misjudgment
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If there's anything we ought to have learned in the last decade, it is that the conflict between Israel and the Arabs is not so much a dispute about land as it is a question of hatred. What sort of hatred? Arab and Islamic hatred for Jews and intolerance for the notion of Jewish sovereignty in the historic homeland of...
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Stu Goldman
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Saul Singer
Four extraordinary exploits stick out in Israel's short history: the Six-Day War in June 1967; the Entebbe hostage rescue on July 4, 1976; the destruction of Iraq's nuclear reactor at Osirak in 1981; and the airlift of thousands of Ethiopian Jews in Operation Solomon in May 1991. These events demonstrated Israel's ability to act with almost unbelievable audacity and skill...
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Douglas M. Bloomfield
The Bush administration's showcase of Middle Eastern democracy is aflame with civil war, notwithstanding the denial of its prime minister, with 100 people dying daily and the only light at the end of the tunnel produced by incoming rockets. And who's really behind all this bloodletting? The Jews. That's what the speaker of the Iraqi parliament says. Mahmoud al-Mashadani said...
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Congress Was Receptive to Peace-Group Advocacy We at Brit Tzedek v'Shalom -- the Jewish Alliance for Justice and Peace -- were very happy to see the Jewish Telegraphic Agency's article covering our recent National Advocacy Days (Nation & World: "Despite Relatively Bleak Prospects, Group Pushes for Peace Talks," July 6). As the article related, our message of a negotiated two-state...
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