Tuesday, March 31, 2015 Nisan 11, 5775
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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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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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Facing Up to Terror President Bush's speech last week on the war on terror has garnered criticism for his insistence that the triumph of democracy in the Middle East remains the theme of American policy. There are plenty of reasons to find fault with Bush's foreign policy, but Bush's commitment to the spread of democracy remains admirable and a good...
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It's always good to have a heap of old magazines lying around, especially in my line of work. Such haphazard compilations come in handy when Jewish news slows down, as it does on some weeks. Then you can skim something off the pile and find a topic of interest. And I've always loved perusing old news. Not only do I...
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