Sunday, September 21, 2014 Elul 26, 5774

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The New Republic can always be counted on to provide insightful reporting on Israel, even when its commentators take a critical stance, and the standard was continued with a recent article that gave the fullest portrait I'm aware of of Prime Minister Ehud Olmert's career. The article, titled "Virtually Normal," was by Gadi Taub of Hebrew University, and appeared in...
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Stu Goldman
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A Gratuitous Insult Israel's first president, Chaim Weizmann, disdained his office because he saw it as a figurehead post with no power. Some of his successors have done better in the job - precisely because they had no illusions about running the government, and were thus better able to capitalize on the position's moral authority. That might have been the...
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Punish Israel's Enemies With Boycotts of Our Own Outrage is now the fashionable political word. Every day, the media speak of the professed anger targeted at Israel and, by extension, Jews everywhere (Editorial: "Rocket's Red Glare Exposes New 'Martyrs,' June 15). A group called Human Rights Watch almost instantly appeared on the scene of an alleged Gaza beach bombing by...
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Alan M. Dershowitz
The increasing number of Palestinian civilian casualties unintentionally inflicted by Israel in its effort to stop rocket attacks against its own civilians reflects the success of the terrorists' policy. The goal of Palestinian terror is to increase the number of civilian deaths on both sides. Yes, the Palestinian terrorists who now fire rockets into Israel from Gaza want the Israel...
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