Tuesday, September 27, 2016 Elul 24, 5776

By:
Tammy K. Mitgang
The consulate’s resources help to empower the smaller communities with the facts, faces and a more personal connection to Israel during a time when Israel continues to be under fire and tensions in our country run high.
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By:
Rabbi Simchah Aaron Green
These weeks seem to highlight what the world has not learned from decades of violence — especially violence against Jews.
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Readers discuss presidential candidates, the Philadelphia Inquirer and the British Mandate.
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By:
Barry Shaw
I personally can vouch for the lack of concern by certain key embassy people in my attempts to set up special Israeli advocacy groups in certain countries. Israeli hasbara at the local level, it seems, is not their task, at least not with individuals or small local groups, despite the fact that these are the people who are our most...
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By:
Eugene Kontorovich
These bills are motivated by state lawmakers’ conviction that boycotts of Israel are fundamentally discriminatory and often a thin veil for anti-Semitic motives. But some critics of the measures have recently begun to argue that they violate the First Amendment.
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