Saturday, July 26, 2014 Tammuz 28, 5774
A photo spread in 'Maxim' highlights dangerous fallacy about promoting Israel
By:
Jonathan S. Tobin
Amid concerns over the Hamas coup in Gaza this month, some Jews found something different to worry about instead of the question of whether Islamist killers were closer to their goal of annihilating the State of Israel. An unlikely alliance of Orthodox Jews and feminists were dismayed over the fact that Israel's New York City consulate assisted an American "men's"...
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By:
Saul Singer
Anyone who watched the two most recent intra-party debates in New Hampshire could not miss the result: The Democrats competed over who was more against the war in Iraq; the Republicans over who would more vigorously prosecute the war against Islamofascism. There is a compelling political logic to this outcome. Consciously or not, both parties seem to understand that if...
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By:
Eric Rozenman and Meredith Braverman
Did you know Israel ranks ahead only of Sudan and Iraq among 121 countries in "peacefulness"? That's Sudan, where government-related militia commit genocide in the Darfur region, and Iraq, where America and its allies struggle to contain large-scale intra-Muslim slaughter abetted by Iran. Did you know that the United States ranks 96th -- 38 places behind Libya (58), and even...
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Advocacy Corner
By:
Asaf Romirowsky
Zionophobia, anti-Semitism and anti-Israelism have become the coin of the realm in academic circles. Two significant occurrences are indicative of this widespread disorder, although there have been reactions against it as well. The first has been DePaul University's decision to deny tenure to Norman Finkelstein, an anti-Zionist Jewish professor who willingly collaborates with neo-Nazis, Holocaust-deniers and anti-Semites. The second occurred...
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Media Clippings
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At BookExpo America -- the publishing industry's annual gathering that occurred earlier this month in the heart of Manhattan -- Chris Anderson, the editor of Wired magazine, discussed how he'd like to give away his next book online. He's planning to call it, appropriately, Free, and he'll provide copies to those readers willing to read it with advertisements adorning its...
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