Monday, July 28, 2014 Av 1, 5774

Reform Stand Ignores the Threat of Radical Islam As a Reform Jew, I’m deeply disappointed in the movement of which I am a part. By voting “overwhelmingly” to oppose the war in Iraq (Nation & World: “Reform Movement Takes Strong Stand Against Two Big Issues,” Nov. 23), the Union for Reform Judaism and my fellow Reform Jews have missed the...
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Bush Misses the Opportunity to Push for Real Peace Columnist Joel Mowbray writes on www.Townhall.com on Nov. 18 that the threat of radical Islam is a threat to the United States and Israel: “President Bush … has already started reframing the biggest issue of the day, the war on terror, by calling it what it is: a war on radical...
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There must be something in the air, thank goodness. A few weeks ago, Lynne Truss published her new book, Talk to the Hand: The Utter Bloody Rudeness of the World Today or Six Good Reasons to Stay Home and Bolt the Door. As you may recall, Truss is the British author of Eats, Shoots and Leaves: The Zero Tolerance Approach...
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In a time in which vicious partisanship is the order of the day, any respite from the bear-baiting that passes as debate between Republicans and Democrats is a blessing. And so when more than 700 people gathered in downtown Philadelphia for the American Israel Public Affairs Committee "Salute to Congress" gala, the bipartisan spirit of the event added to the...
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The news that Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon intends to bolt from the Likud Party to establish his own "National Responsibility" slate is an earthquake in Israeli politics. For many American Jews who have long deplored the intense polarization of Israeli politics and the impact that this divide has had on American Jewry, the prospect of a centrist triumph is...
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