Saturday, July 12, 2014 Tammuz 14, 5774

No Need to Ask for Any Sort of Special Protection In response to the article "Legislation to Protect Students From Anti-Semitic Harassment" (Editorial & Opinions, Oct. 7), I object to special legislation singling out Jews as a minority group. The assault by a shopping cart, the destruction of a Holocaust memorial and the painting of swastikas should be prosecuted under...
Comment0
By:
Leonard A. Cole
In an address at the recent annual meeting of the Anti-Defamation League, national director Abraham Foxman urged decent people to speak out against anti-Muslim bigotry. Ordinarily, this worthy plea would hardly merit special notice. It is, after all, consistent with the century-old organization's mission to fight prejudice. But it is also a reminder of the ill-founded criticisms of ADL's stance...
Comment0
By:
Carol Gould
In my book Don't Tread on Me: Anti-Americanism Abroad , I relate a story about an elegant Englishman in a pinstriped suit approaching a stall run by Zionist activists outside the Marks & Spencer store on London's Oxford Street. He challenges them -- infuriated that Jews have come to stage a counterdemonstration against a noisy contingent of "Free Palestine" supporters...
Comment0
Israeli leaders were right to quickly condemn the arson at a West Bank mosque this week, presumed to be perpetrated by Jewish extremists seeking to derail the fledgling peace talks. The Sunday-night incident -- in which the Koran and prayer rugs were burned -- was thought to be the latest so-called "price tag" operation aimed at pressuring the Israel government...
Comment0
By:
Leonard Saxe
In a translation that makes the complex seem simple, Anglo Jews call the fourth book of the Torah "Numbers." Although counting and numbers play a role in the biblical account of our people's story, the Hebrew name of this book -- Bamidbar, or "in the wilderness" -- is a more apt descriptor of our physical and spiritual wandering in the...
Comment0

Sign up for our Newsletter

Advertisement