Friday, March 6, 2015 AdarI 15, 5775

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The bestowal of the Nobel Prize upon British playwright Harold Pinter several weeks ago was met with praise in the American press. Pinter - of Jewish extraction but nominally Jewish in every other regard - is considered one of the masters of modern drama. Like Samuel Beckett, he's credited with creating a new language that revolutionized the way we look...
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Excerpts from international writers with commentary on issues relating to the Middle East, Israel and world Jewry: Many More 'Rachels' Out There, Without Plays to Their Memories Journalist Tom Gross writes in the British magazine The Spectator ( www.spectator.co.uk ) on Oct. 22 about the invisibility of Jewish victims of terror in the media: "Rachel Thaler, aged 16, was blown...
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Strategy on Palestinians a mockery of president's stands on democracy and terror
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In any descent into folly, there is a tipping point. Before that happens, there's a chance to reverse course and avert disaster. But after the crucial moment arrives, failure is inevitable, and the only question is just how badly things will actually turn out. No, I'm not talking about the Bush administration's Iraq policy, its hurricane recovery efforts or the...
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Michael Freund
Oct. 15 marked precisely two years since Palestinian terrorists blew up a U.S. diplomatic convoy in Gaza, killing three Americans and injuring one. In the intervening period, the Palestinian Authority - first under Yasser Arafat, and now with Mahmoud Abbas at the helm - has repeatedly refused to punish the perpetrators, preferring instead to allow those who killed Americans to...
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