Tuesday, March 3, 2015 AdarI 12, 5775

By:
Abraham H. Foxman
The terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, were a national and personal tragedy. It was one of the darkest days in the history of America. Many of us knew people who died that day at the World Trade Center. But it was also a day of resolve. For those of us who have been combating hate for decades, we realized...
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One reader demands a little "journalistic courtesy" while another asks what the letters ADL really stand for.
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We Jews are good at remembering. We are commanded to remember, lizkor , in myriad ways throughout the year: We say Yizkor for a deceased relative; we mark the horrors of the Holocaust with Yom Hashoah and pay tribute to Israel's fallen soldiers with Yom Hazikaron. But how do we best remember the nearly 3,000 victims of the Sept. 11...
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By:
Jerry Silverman
We live in an unpredictable world. As Americans, we do our best to cope with threats of terrorism on a daily basis, and we put our faith into the intelligence community, trusting that those who are tasked with keeping us safe are vigilant in their quest. We need only look at recent events, like the death of Osama bin Laden...
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By:
Abraham H. Foxman
The threat of the infiltration of Sharia, or Islamic law, into the American court system is one of the more pernicious conspiracy theories to gain traction in our country in recent years. The notion that Islam is insidiously making inroads in the United States through the application of religious law is seeping into the mainstream, with even some presidential candidates...
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