Thursday, August 21, 2014 Av 25, 5774

The 'Muslim street' and Western intellectuals share a passion for scapegoating Israel
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It came as little surprise that when a gang of Islamist terrorists blew themselves up in three Jordanian hotels last week, that many in the Arab and Muslim world were quick to blame Israel. As a New York Times correspondent who was, no doubt, sent out to the pavement of a Jordanian town in search of the mythical "Arab street,"...
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Dire predictions continue to be sounded over the state of print journalism - both The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal recently received less than heartening news about their future financial health - and yet new magazines keep showing up on the newsstands. And with some of them, you wonder just who the target audience is meant to...
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Caroline Glick
With Amir Peretz's victory over Vice Premier Shimon Peres last week, the Labor Party has finally removed all its masks and officially embraced post-Zionism as its guiding ideology. By electing Peretz, the Labor Party of David Ben-Gurion has declined to the status of an anti-Zionist political party. While Oslo and Labor's embrace of Yasser Arafat signaled Labor's inevitable embrace of...
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Leonard Fein
The Hebrew word for "periphery" is periferiah. Last week, in the stunning victory of Amir Peretz over Shimon Peres for the chairmanship of the Labor Party - or, just as accurately, in the stunning loss of Shimon Peres to Amir Peretz - it was the periferiah that moved to Israel's center political stage. The analysts say it is the biggest...
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