Thursday, October 2, 2014 Tishri 8, 5775

Bush envoy 'listens' and critics bash away, but neither approach is right
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With Yom Kippur only days away, a lot of us are spending time apologizing for our misdeeds in the past year. That's all to the good, but when we look at the international scene these days, we have to wonder about who should really be apologizing. Two curious news events took place last week that showed just how ridiculous much...
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It will probably be a long time before all of the facts in the bizarre federal investigation of two former analysts for the American Israel Public Affairs Committee are unearthed. But while the latest developments in the case seem to bode well for the government's case, they do little to enhance our understanding of what really happened, and whether or...
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Evelyn Gordon
Nobody ever accused Israel of effective public relations. But the latest tactic adopted by the Foreign Ministry and American Jewish organizations represents a new low: arranging speakers and cultural performances that openly slander the country as part of a misguided effort to demonstrate Israel's liberality. A case in point was the recent tour of Israel organized by the American Jewish...
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Saul Singer
If someone asked for a brief, yet powerful, summary of the Arab-Israeli conflict and where we stand today, I might hand them Ariel Sharon's speech, given last month at the United Nations. It was poignant and personal, and probably the best he's ever offered as prime minister. It was also instructive in comparison to a speech given a decade before...
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