Wednesday, April 16, 2014 Nisan 16, 5774

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The Iran issue may be a bit of a wild card in the 2008 presidential primaries, to say nothing of the general election, according to columnist Dick Polman. Will voters ultimately reward tough talk on Iran? Or will it make the majority of the electorate skittish about the prospects of another war, considering how unpopular the conflict in Iraq has...
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Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney insists that he's no flip-flopper. Back in 1994, Romney ran against U.S. Sen. Ted Kennedy (D-Mass.) as a pro-choice, pro-gay-rights Republican and lost. Fast-forward 13 years: Romney, a Republican presidential hopeful, is an abortion opponent who opposes civil unions, as well as gay marriage. Was the shift one of conviction or convenience? In an Oct...
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Talk of foreign policy and America's struggle against radical Islam dominated the Republican Jewish Coalition's Oct. 16 presidential candidates' forum, with the five participants each pledging to do all in their power to thwart Iranian nuclear ambitions, while at the same time infusing their pitches with varying doses of pro-Israel rhetoric. Nearly 600 GOP activists and donors from around the...
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Thousands of volunteers engaged in projects throughout the area Sunday as part of Mitzvah Mania, sponsored by the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia. The Mural Arts Project (left) at the Taggart Elementary School, 400 S. Porter St., gave folks the chance to fashion a legacy to the contributions Jews have made in South Philly. The design was created by muralist...
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A former Knesset member from the left-wing Meretz Party told a Philadelphia audience that Americans who care about Israel should be as concerned with the Jewish state's domestic challenges as they are with its struggle to ensure its security and make peace with its neighbors. "There is a sense that the conflict is the 'be all and end all.' But...
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