Wednesday, July 29, 2015 Av 13, 5775

Sixty-four years after the United Nations voted to partition Palestine into separate Jewish and Arab entities, a two-state solution appears nearly as remote a possibility as it did when the Arab world rejected it the first time around.
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Is this twosome really open to all ideas, as they suggest? And many more heroes were honored at a synagogue ceremoney than an article made apparent.
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By:
Gary E. Erlbaum and Benyamin Korn
Supporters of President Barack Obama may take comfort from his newfound push for tighter United Nations sanctions against Iran. And surely American Jews should support any and all pressure against the nuclear weapons program -- finally acknowledged by the International Atomic Energy Agency -- of the messianic regime in Tehran that loudly proclaims its intention to destroy the State of...
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By:
Elaine Katz
Why are some people able to accept a gift gracefully and others do not know how?
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An opinion writer is criticized for being wrong on Obama and Iran and another letter writer asks if anyone really cares about Penn State football.
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