Monday, August 31, 2015 Elul 16, 5775

Victims of Terror Deserve Coverage in 'Exponent' Earlier this month, two Jews -- Shuli Katz and Jimmy Kdoshim -- were murdered in cold blood in Israel. They were the victims of Palestinian terrorist rockets fired from Gaza. I read through the May 15 Jewish Exponent twice, hoping to see their names and read about who these people were. I was...
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The news that Israel is again negotiating with Syria via a Turkish mediator with the goal of achieving a peace treaty with its longtime antagonist set off a predictable noisy debate in Israel and elsewhere. While proponents of trading the Golan Heights for an offer of peace with Syria are happy about the renewed contacts, opponents are dismayed about the...
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Earlier this month, federal authorities raided the largest kosher slaughterhouse in the nation, arresting nearly 400 illegal aliens working at the Agriprocessors plant, including some juveniles. Allegations about abuse and failure to compensate workers have since been raised. Agriprocessors, which provides meat for many kosher brands sold across the country, has no one but itself to blame. Under fire in...
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Sharansky reminds us democracies can't defend themselves without 'identity'
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Jonathan S. Tobin
Some 31/2 years ago, former Prisoner of Zion and Israeli cabinet minister Natan Sharansky was George W. Bush's favorite author. Sharansky earned an unexpected boost when the resident of 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. invited him and co-author Ron Dermer to the White House and told the world that everyone should read their book, The Case for Democracy: The Power of Freedom...
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Media Clippings There are some writers I just can't get enough of, and I'll read anything they write, no matter the topic. Not long ago in this space, I professed my considerable admiration for Natalie Angier, who writes on science for The New York Times, and, in the past, I've praised another of these favorites, Daphne Merkin. She's been fairly...
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