Tuesday, September 27, 2016 Elul 24, 5776
At a Crossroads: How to Secure the Borders?
By:
Benyamin Korn
Can American Jews, who have always embraced ethnic diversity and generous immigration policies, support legislation to curb illegal immigration? Yes, we can -- and we should. Traditional Jewish support for a liberal U.S. immigration policy has been rooted in two concepts: one practical, one idealistic. The practical is the need to shelter refugees from persecution; the idealistic is our vision...
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Fear Not the Outsider, for We, Too, Were Once Refused Entry to These Shores
By:
Judith Bernstein-Baker and Ilan Rosenberg
While much attention has been paid to the recently enacted Arizona law aimed at cracking down on illegal immigration, less well-known is that a similar law has been introduced in Pennsylvania. As Jews, we should oppose the law introduced by Rep. Daryl Metcalfe in the Pennsylvania legislature. The legislation, HB 2479, provides, among other things, that police who stop an...
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By:
Sid Schwarz
I have long straddled two worlds with regard to Diaspora engagement with Zionism and Israel. As the founder-president of PANIM, an organization that has trained thousands of American Jewish teens to pursue social and political activism on behalf of the Jewish people and the world at large, I built a strong relationship with the American Israel Public Affairs Committee so...
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By:
Burt Siegel
Clearly, there are public-policy issues in which intelligent people of goodwill will have strong differences of opinion. For instance, reasonable people can understandably disagree regarding the best way to improve the delivery of health care in our nation. But the U.S. Senate is now facing a vote on gun control, an issue that's hard to explain why total unanimity fails...
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When Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad spoke at the United Nations earlier this month, he made his umpteenth attack on Israel and the United States. His speech prompted John Bolton, a former United States ambassador to the United Nations, who quit his post out of frustration, to tell Israel Army Radio that he is not surprised that the "head of an...
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