Wednesday, April 1, 2015 Nisan 12, 5775

Since Sept. 11, 2001, coverage of the war against Islamist terrorism has mostly focused on the fighting in Afghanistan and Iraq, as well as attempts to prevent further catastrophic attacks like those that subsequently occurred in London and Madrid. But another front in the battle against this deadly virus can be found in American courtrooms. As a special report in...
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It is no small irony that although Shavuot is probably the least observed and least understood of all major Jewish holidays by American Jews, it is in some ways the most relevant to our lives. Shavuot, which will be celebrated this coming week, principally commemorates the giving of the Torah to the Jewish people on Mount Sinai. But given the...
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Is it right for Israel to cross the United States by engaging in talks with Syria?
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Jonathan Tobin
When you live in a dangerous neighborhood, having big, strong friends is a must. But what happens when you disagree with that friend over something important? The dilemma that is always faced by small nations that come to depend on larger friends is a delicate one. Even when such friendships are built upon a solid foundation of common values, such...
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Media Clippings I've said it numerous times before: Once David Remnick took over as editor of The New Yorker nearly a decade ago, the quotient of identifiable Jewish content in the magazine markedly rose -- and continues to rise. And one of the most intriguing of these pieces, which also happened to be written by one of my favorites among...
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By:
Caroline Glick
Iran's man in Damascus, Syrian President Bashar Assad, has just had the best week of his career as dictator. Everywhere he cast his gaze, he was greeted by massive victories. Most were courtesy of Prime Minister Ehud Olmert and his colleagues in Kadima, the Labor Party and Shas. On the morning of May 19, it was already clear that the...
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