Thursday, November 27, 2014 Kislev 5, 5775

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Several months ago, I wrote about a phenomenon that's been plaguing many metropolitan centers in America these days: the fact that so few people, especially men, dress up for work anymore. My thoughts on the subject were pegged to an article that appeared in New York magazine called "Up With the Grups." "Grups" was the name the editors applied to...
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Caroline Glick
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is the man to watch these days. And yet, it would seem that those in positions of power are paying him little heed. Ahmadinejad -- whose proxy army Hezbollah is now waging war against Israel -- has promised to respond to European and American demands to cease his country's illicit nuclear programs on Aug. 22. As...
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Leonard Fein
There are those who are telling American Jews that we owe President Bush a vote of gratitude for his steadfast support of Israel in its current conflict with Hezbollah. Israel's position is clear: "Give us the tools [i.e., time and early delivery of precision-guided bombs], and we will finish the job." And the Bush administration is doing exactly that. Others...
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Pro-Israel 'Fatigue' -- A Fatal Disease for All! As usual, the Jewish Exponent's front-page editorial quickly separates the wheat from the chaff ("Drawing Lines in the Sand," July 20). The fatigue that some feel about standing up against anti-Israel terror to which it refers is dangerous and provides a cover to those whose deep anti-Semitism would otherwise be self-defeating for...
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There is a moment in every conflict Israel has found itself in that causes some Diaspora Jews to find the "courage" to denounce it. The death of dozens of civilians in the Lebanese village of Kana this past week yet again adds fuel to the fire of many so-called idealists; it remains such a moment. While the complete story about...
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