Friday, May 29, 2015 Sivan 11, 5775
By:
Arlene Kushner
I have the sense that somewhere in heaven, angels are weeping. Violence directed at the Jewish people by our enemies is one thing; internal strife and violence is something else. In Hebron is a tiny community of brave Jews, there to maintain a presence in an historically Jewish city, living on property that is Jewish-owned, at the edge of the...
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M.J. Rosenberg of the Israel Policy Forum
According to comprehensive polls of the Palestinian and Israeli populations, the two peoples are moving closer on the key issues that have divided them in the past. If the polls translate into votes in the Jan. 25 Palestinian election and the March 28 Israeli election, progress toward resolution of the conflict would seem to be inevitable. Unfortunately, only the Israeli...
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Much to Atone For
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A good deal of ink has already been spilled concerning the Jack Abramoff scandal - he's the once highly influential Republican lobbyist who also happens to be an Orthodox Jew - and doubtless lots more ink will be spilled in the future. But few pieces, in the mainstream press especially, have touched on what a terrible thing this influence peddler's...
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Take Our Collective Heads Out of the Sand - and Into Iran!
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ona Charen- JewishWorldReview.com
Columnist Mona Charen writes in JewishWorldReview.com on Jan. 20 about whether Israel will serve the world's Iran problem: "It is remarkable how quickly discussions about Iran's pursuit of nuclear weapons turn to Israel. 'Well,' worriers are reassured, 'Israel will never permit Iran to go nuclear. Remember Osirak?' "In 1981, Israeli planes streaked across the desert at low altitude and destroyed...
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Mahmoud Ahmadinejad may know something no one in the Western media, let alone governments, seems to know. What is it? We're all bluffing. I had assumed that the ludicrous surge in interest in playing poker was limited to the United States, but it certainly appears that the president of Iran has managed to tie into one element of the culture...
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