Friday, October 31, 2014 Heshvan 7, 5775

By:
Alan M. Dershowitz
A colleague of mine recently attended a demonstration in Trafalgar Square in London against the war in Iraq. He is opposed to the war, and wanted to lend his support to the anti-war movement. After a few minutes he left in disgust, because the thrust of the demonstration appeared to be against Israel and its alleged violation of Palestinian rights,...
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By:
Samuel G. Freedman
Ariel Sharon has redefined the landscape for American Jews on the issue of Israel and the Palestinians. Like Richard Nixon, who left his anti-Communist past behind in order to go to China, he has leveraged his right-wing credentials to establish a new centrism. The prime minister has confounded his detractors by contradicting his former self. No Israeli leader, after all,...
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Blame President Bush for the Current Situation Let's face the facts: Our current president has placed us in an untenable and unwinnable situation as it now exists (A Matter of Opinion: "Apologies Aren't Necessary," Oct. 6). What I can see about these insane Islamic fascists is that no amount of diplomacy or bribery will ever get them off point. They...
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Good Deed That Won't Go Unpunished After more than a week of diplomacy, it appears that a great miracle has occurred: Pakistan will allow the State of Israel to participate in efforts to aid the victims of the earthquake that took the lives of tens of thousands. How exactly should dispassionate observers react to this development? Cynics are entitled to...
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Forget about the
To listen to some people, the messiah has arrived at the United Nations. What was formerly a veritable cesspool of anti-Semitism is now, we are told, rapidly becoming a forum where Israel can get a fair shake. Is that right? The headline in a story on the issue in The New York Times last week read "U.N. Is Gradually Becoming...
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