Sunday, February 14, 2016 AdarI 5, 5776
Palestinians Continue to Make Bad Life Choices Last summer, Israel was engaged in a war against the Hezbollah terrorists. This summer has begun with terrorists fighting each other (Cover story: "A Sticky Situation: The Hamas Fallout," June 21). Of course, I'm referring to the civil war between Hamas and Fatah, the so-called "moderate" faction. But rather than asking what Israel...
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Name the Names of Those Doing Business With Iran In your editorial, you wrote about what individuals can do to encourage Iran to become responsible (Editorial: "The Squeeze on Iran Starts Here at Home," June 14). Rather than wait for the international community to act, the Jewish Exponent suggests that we "urge the state legislature to adopt a measure forcing...
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Communal Mantra: Fund the Day Schools Now! Jonathan Tobin's column (A Matter of Opinion: "What Price Jewish Education?" May 17) discussed the most pressing of communal concerns -- the affordability of day schools, or rather the lack thereof. Even a "moderately" priced day-school tuition has become unaffordable for families with several children. It is truly a financial challenge for middle-...
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Christians Better Friends of Israel Than Some Jews I once considered "The Moral Majority" a group of scam artists who had nothing to do with spiritual guidance (A Matter of Opinion: "Our Most Unwelcome Ally," May 24). In latter years, I came to acknowledge that many of them, including the late Rev. Jerry Falwell, are staunch allies of Jews in...
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'United' Jerusalem Not as Polarized as Story Says My wife and I recently returned from an Honest Reporting mission to Isr ael, where we spent nine days in Jerusalem. We were truly shocked to read the Jewish Telegraphic Agency's perspective on the use of the " slogan" of a "united" Jerusalem. (Cover story: " 'United' Capital Remains Polarized City," May...
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