Monday, March 30, 2015 Nisan 10, 5775

Willingness to deal with renewed Iran threat needs to be campaign issue
By:
Jonathan S. Tobin
A couple of months ago, the question of what to do about the possibility of a nuclear Iran was on the verge of becoming the No. 1 foreign-policy issue in 2008. Though not exactly eclipsing the Iraq war, Iran's nuclear program was the red-hot focus of attention, with speculation rising as to what, if anything, the United States was prepared...
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Stu Goldman
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By:
M.J. Rosenberg
Last week, millions of voters in 21 states made their choice for president. Super Tuesday marked the end of the preliminary stage of "The Making of the President 2008" and will move us very close to the main event. From a roster of more than a dozen potential presidents, we are now down to just Sens. Hillary Clinton and Barack...
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By:
Morton A. Klein
Do Jews outside Israel have the right to criticize Israeli policies relating to defense and security matters or eternal issues, like concessions on Jerusalem? Some argue that while Diaspora Jews may debate a range of Israeli policies, national security and defense policies should be debated only by Israelis, seeing that only Israelis directly reap the benefits -- or pay the...
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When It Comes to Iraq, Is Anyone Better Off? Concerning whether the neocons were wrong (A Matter of Opinion: "Were They Really So Wrong?" Jan. 31) in determining if America should fight Islamic terror, the answer is: Of course, they were! Do we want to force democracy on Arabs? That's as stupid as Hamas winning an election. Staying in Iraq...
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