Sunday, December 28, 2014 Tevet 6, 5775

Bush critics need to acknowledge unparalleled support for Israel
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As Israel's counteroffensive against Hezbollah terrorists in Lebanon heads into its fourth week, it's time to explicitly acknowledge one huge difference between this latest chapter of Israel's 58-year-old war of self-defense and those that have preceded it. Like the Sherlock Holmes story in which the key factor is the dog that did not bark, it is the almost complete absence...
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Media Clippings
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The fate of the Democratic Party in this mid-term election year, to say nothing of what awaits down the road in 2008, is a topic that keeps popping up in some of the best media outlets throughout the country (much like another popular topic: the fate of books under the assault of technology). Most political magazines and lots of opinion...
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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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