Thursday, September 29, 2016 Elul 26, 5776

By:
Eugene Kontorovich
These bills are motivated by state lawmakers’ conviction that boycotts of Israel are fundamentally discriminatory and often a thin veil for anti-Semitic motives. But some critics of the measures have recently begun to argue that they violate the First Amendment.
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Even with all of its problems, the P.A. is an internationally sanctioned body that cooperates with Israel on security measures, and it is the Palestinian address that Israel deals with in negotiations large and small.
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By:
Sean Durns
The Hill reporter's commentary obscured the greatest threat to Palestinian Arab youths: manipulative Palestinian leaders promoting anti-Jewish incitement.
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By:
Bennett Aaron
It would be most regrettable if the platform of the Democratic Party is influenced by these individuals to the detriment of the security of the State of Israel.
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What transpired in Tel Aviv is unfortunately more of the same — symptomatic of a refusal of the Palestinians and their allies to bring the conflict to a close.
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