Friday, March 6, 2015 AdarI 15, 5775

It's not every day that a former president comes to speak to the local Jewish community. But President Bill Clinton did just that last week to headline the official launch of the 2010 annual campaign of the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia. With his well-known wit and rhetorical finesse, he drew an important parallel between his post-presidency work through the...
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By:
Robert I. Evans and Avrum D. Lapin
With the celebration of Chanukah -- a Jewish festival built on rededication, survival and giving -- we prepare to say goodbye to 2009. For many, it will be a relief to put the past 12 months behind us and start 2010 with a sense of renewal. For some, this period reminds us of crashing stocks and the Bernie Madoff mess...
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By:
Morton A. Klein and Daniel Mandel
At the 1993 Oslo signing ceremony in Washington, President Bill Clinton called the Oslo accords a "brave gamble." Actually, Oslo turned out to be a tragic gamble that cost Israel almost 2,000 lives, with thousands more maimed. The reason: a concessionary policy that ignored continuing Palestinian rejection of Israel's existence as a Jewish state and support for terrorist violence against...
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U.S. Must Make Certain Iran Doesn't Get Bomb Your editorial in the paper of Nov. 25, titled "Time to Enforce Deadline," rightly describes the danger posed to Israel by the looming Iranian nuclear threat and the need for the United States to take action. One important addition to your argument would be the often neglected fact that there are huge...
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Chanukah conjures up so many conflicting images in our world. We often fret that this relatively insignificant holiday on the Jewish calendar gets far too blown out of proportion in an effort to compete with the effusiveness and glitter of Christmas. But even in our rightful haste to distance our celebration from Christmas, we should embrace the enriching beauty of...
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