Saturday, December 27, 2014 Tevet 5, 5775

Despite all the uncertainty that surrounds Washington politics, two things never seem to change: Memory is woefully short-lived and the National Rifle Association wields an outrageous amount of power.
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By:
Jamie Berman
Even just a year ago, I would have considered traveling to Israel with 40 other Jews a long shot.
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Was T.S. Eliot an anti-Semite, did the president speak too late and just how were Jews saved in the Soviet Union?
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We must ask ourselves: What have we learned, and what must we do?
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Irwin Cotler
With Holocaust Remembrance Day coinciding with other signifcant anniversaries this year, says renowned human rights activist Irwin Cotler, we must ask ourselves: What have we learned, and what must we do?
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Letters this week consider what constitutes relevant dialogue in the political arena and whether or not the Israelis were the original Mujahedin.
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