Friday, May 22, 2015 Sivan 4, 5775
No 'Buts' About It, Dems Give Israel Their Support Scott Savett claims that Sen. Rick Santorum and other Republicans "unequivocally back Israel," while Democrats "come out with a rare statement supporting Israel -- and that statement is always accompanied by a 'but' " (Letters: "Out Front and Vocal: Republicans Rise to Top," Sept. 14). Democrat Bob Casey is Santorum's opponent...
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Hold on a Minute -- We're Doing Our Part! I was offended by Arthur Hill's letter ("Checks Work, but What About Some Volunteers?" Aug. 31). Right before reading the Jewish Exponent that week, I had been speaking to my daughter in Jerusalem. She left her safe, comfortable home at the height of the recent Israel-Lebanon conflict to supervise a group...
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Support for Israel: It's Beyond Bipartisan The Republican Jewish Coalition's ad in the Jewish Exponent (and I am sure other similar newspapers) represents the typical selective and manipulative information provided by the Republican Party. Yes, President Jimmy Carter was not a friend of Israel. Neither was the elder George Bush, a Republican whose ties with Saudi Arabia far outweighed his...
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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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