Thursday, May 7, 2015 Iyyar 18, 5775

By:
Elliot Jager
Thirteen years after the assassination of prime minister Yitzhak Rabin, both the left and the right have embraced a single corrosive motto: "Never forget, never forgive." If they persist, our Zionist enterprise is at risk. The left appropriated Rabin's memory, distanced it from the nation as a whole, and exploited it for partisan ends. Rabin's murder was held over the...
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Mazel Tov to Everyone for the Obama Victory It was thrilling to read that, according to exit polls, almost four out of five Jewish voters chose Barack Obama in the presidential election (Cover story: "Obama Sweeps to Historic Victory," Nov. 6). After all the attacks on the Democrats by the Republican Jewish Coalition and the false statements put forward attempting...
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It is always heartening when Arab denial of Israel's legitimacy is pierced. So when the king of Saudi Arabia is seen sitting listening to a speech by the president of Israel at a conference in New York, it may be treated as a sign that the wall of hatred against Zionism has been breached. But before we get too excited...
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With its future still being debated in peace negotiations, and a poverty rate that dwarfs those of other Israeli cities, Jerusalem has serious problems that merit the attention of the entire Jewish world. Thus, the election of a man who appears to be focused more on solutions than ideology as mayor of Israel's capital is an event that should give...
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Stu Goldman
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