Saturday, July 4, 2015 Tammuz 17, 5775
If it comes to pass as anticipated, the demise of Syrian President Bashar Assad will not be mourned. The despot who has managed to hold on to power for a year and a half against a persistent rebel force has shown once again what an oppressive Syrian regime is capable of doing to its own people. After the death of...
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Here we go again. Summer's not even over yet and the Palestinians are already looking to revive their misguided efforts to find recognition at the United Nations rather than sitting down to directly negotiate with Israel. Following last year's failed bid to be granted state status by the U.N. Security Council, they are now seeking a more circuitous -- though...
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Pennsylvania's new voter ID law is now in the hands of Pennsylvania's Commonwealth Court, which is where its controversial journey should quickly come to a final resting place. The law requiring a photo identification in order to vote come November has done nothing but spark confusion, dismay and suspicion since it was passed by the state legislature earlier this year...
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Just as we approach the midpoint of summer -- a time that should be filled with joy and contentment -- the Jewish world is once again facing some sobering truths. Eighteen years to the day after a massive bomb destroyed the Jewish community center in Buenos Aires, taking countless innocent lives, terror struck again on July 18, this time in...
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If anyone had any doubt that this was going to be a brutal election season in our community, you only had to be at Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel in Elkins Park on Monday night to see that the gloves are already off. What should have been an opportunity to hear President Barack Obama's top Jewish surrogate make the case for...
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