Thursday, December 25, 2014 Tevet 3, 5775

The process by which troops have been recruited to serve in the U.N. peacekeeping force in Lebanon has been a dismaying spectacle for those actually interested in peace. But as much as it may portend the utter futility of that force's activity, it is also highly instructive about the future of other international initiatives aimed at preventing a nuclear Iran...
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The latest chapter of the ongoing saga of the federal prosecution of two men who were formerly key analysts working for the American Israel Public Affairs Committee involved a ruling earlier this month by a federal judge that allowed the case against them to go forward, and even raised the specter that they might be considered "foreign agents." Like much...
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The German Problem. You could say, without exaggeration, that it was the animating force of 20th-century history. (The only other element to exert as much influence was the Russian Revolution, which was tied to the German problem in its way.) Germany's particular "complex" got a new reading recently in a book review published in the June 19 issue of The...
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David Horovitz
In the very first days of the war with Hezbollah, Israel's top political and military echelons simply could not contain their delight. Displaying quite horrifying misplaced confidence, ministers crowed in private briefings that Sheik Hassan Nasrallah's fighting force would be broken in a week. The gravity of such misconceptions point to a level of arrogance and complacency probably unparalleled since...
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Jonathan Rosenblum
Israel's wars tend to bring anti-Semites out into the open, and the current one is no exception. What is interesting, however, is the degree to which anti-Semitism has migrated from its traditional haunts. One still finds traces of the older Jew-hatred among Catholic traditionalists like actor Mel Gibson and pundit Pat Buchanan. But more fascinating is the social acceptability of...
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