Sunday, April 26, 2015 Iyyar 7, 5775

In the last year, many in the pro-Israel community have been expressing satisfaction about the fact that the campaign for divestment from Israel has been losing ground on college campuses, as well as within the leadership of Protestant churches. News, however, about the publication of a "study guide" on the Middle East by the United Methodist Church should dissipate any...
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Stu Goldman
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Debate over candidate shows that being mainstream means being pro-Israel
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Jonathan S. Tobin
This week, Sen. Barack Obama (D.-Ill.) decided to stop letting others speak for him when it came to his position on Israel. Given the range of views imputed to or associated with him by a wide variety of sources, it wasn't a moment too soon. Rather than allow the debate be defined by urban legends spread via e-mail about his...
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Even as the first dot-com era entered its extended swan song in the late 1990s, I argued that a lot of the clever ideas that had mostly crashed over the course of that decade would reappear once the Internet became embedded in American life, and people discovered ways of making money from such ventures -- as opposed to simply throwing...
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By:
Asaf Romirowsky
For the past three weeks, the Rotunda at the University of Pennsylvania has been hosting a 100-photograph exhibit purporting to show "Israeli human-rights abuses in the Occupied Territories." The exhibit included a reception, gallery tours and speakers. Organized by an outfit called "Breaking the Silence," an Israel-based group that collects testimonies from soldiers who shared their "horrific experiences" while serving...
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