Friday, June 24, 2016 Sivan 18, 5776

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Clinton Bailey
This week, Israel's Cabinet is scheduled to authorize a new plan that the Construction and Housing Ministry has developed for resolving the problems between the state and the Bedouin that have existed since 1949. If it postpones discussion of the plan as it has several times during the past year, the envisioned resolution may be delayed for years. In 2002,...
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Media Clippings
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Patsy Tollin was the kind of teacher who encouraged "creative play" rather than assigning scads of homework. She told her "over-programmed" second-graders to "go build a snowman, go look at the stars." "When students wanted to tend to their Webkins in class, Tollin said no, suggesting they'd learn more interacting with each other. " 'If your playmate is a computer,...
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Stu Goldman
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The endless presidential campaign should lead to sharp questions on Iranian nukes
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Jonathan S. Tobin
If there were any doubts about the fact that one-time Tennessee senator and actor Fred Thompson was about to run for the Republican nomination for president, it was not due to his recent tiff with filmmaker Michael Moore, appearances on Fox News or various other public appearances. It was the fact that he used a radio commentary spot, the text...
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Palestinians Continue to Make Bad Life Choices Last summer, Israel was engaged in a war against the Hezbollah terrorists. This summer has begun with terrorists fighting each other (Cover story: "A Sticky Situation: The Hamas Fallout," June 21). Of course, I'm referring to the civil war between Hamas and Fatah, the so-called "moderate" faction. But rather than asking what Israel...
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