Friday, July 3, 2015 Tammuz 16, 5775
If Likud wins in Israel, how badly will the two new leaders of the alliance clash?
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Jonathan S. Tobin
Barack Obama spent the first week after being elected president of the United States planning the next four years. Yet, even though the office is occupied by somebody else until January, the pundits are already predicting the next administration's trouble spots. At the top of the list is the outcome of the Israeli elections scheduled for this winter. If Likud...
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Those of us with fond memories of reading the Babar books to our children could not but look forward with great anticipation to the show devoted to this lovable creature's creator, Jean De Brunhoff, and his art that is now running at the Morgan Library & Museum in Manhattan. Just as keenly anticipated was some of the fine critical writing...
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Syrians Discover That Al Qaeda Does Bite the Hands That Feed Them Scholar David Schenker writes in The Weekly Standard ( www.weeklystandard.com ) on Oct. 31 about the complicated relationship between Syria and Al Qaeda: "When it comes to Al Qaeda, Syria gets it coming and going. On Sunday, Oct. 26, U.S. helicopters targeted an Al Qaeda operative on Syrian...
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By:
Steven M. Brown
Jewish day schools have come of age in North America, and you may be surprised by who's attending these schools. Jewish day-school enrollment in the United States has tripled over the course of the last 30 years, from about 70,000 to 200,000 students. Today, about 40 percent of all students who are receiving a Jewish education do so in day...
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Mitchell Bard
Imagine that you are 9 years old, sleeping soundly in your warm bed. Before going to sleep, you went through the normal bedtime ritual of brushing your teeth and washing your hands and face. Your mother came in to read a story. When you wake up, you'll eat breakfast and then go to school like you do every day. But...
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