Wednesday, April 1, 2015 Nisan 12, 5775
Nobody Wins With War, but Don't Say Israel Lost Let me remind those who have turned so viciously on Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, who say that Israel lost the war and that there are no victors in war, only losers. That said, let us review the results of the war. Olmert made the same mistake that President Bush made...
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More Than One Road to Quality Jewish Education While I understand the enthusiasm and passion for day schools (Editorial, Aug. 24), I am dismayed that the Jewish Exponent would not have included synagogue schools as a powerful alternative. Having served for 16 years as headmaster of the Raymond and Ruth Perelman Jewish Day School, and for five years as the...
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Republican Ad Politicizes U.S.-Israel Alliance The National Jewish Democratic Council calls on Jewish newspapers across the country not to publish a Republican Jewish Coalition ad that includes factual inaccuracies amidst a desperate attempt by Republicans to politicize the U.S.-Israel relationship. The ad appeared on Page 6 of the Aug. 17 Jewish Exponent. First, the ad includes a high-profile quote from...
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A Meeting With Destiny: His Deeds Remembered Michael Levin, whom I had not seen for a few years, was the person Jonathan Tobin described so well (A Matter of Opinion: "Somebody Else's Job," Aug. 10). Michael knew what he wanted and perhaps what his destiny was to be, as he had told a number of his friends. His love of...
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Bush Doctrine: Terrible for Israel and the Jews In a recent column, Jonathan Tobin wonders how it's possible that some American Jews do not regard President Bush's unflagging support of Israel as a good thing (A Matter of Opinion: "The American Dog Didn't Bark," Aug. 3). He cites what most people agree was a failure by the Clinton administration to...
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