Thursday, July 31, 2014 Av 4, 5774

No Basis to Allegations Against Nefesh B'Nefesh Regarding the Jewish Telegraphic Agency's article, published by the Jewish Exponent (Israel & Mideast: "Aliyah Groups Split and Get Ready to Battle," July 19), Nefesh B'Nefesh feels that it must clarify some confusion that has been created by the statements contained in the article regarding our nonprofit status. Nefesh B'Nefesh was determined by...
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Arms sale to the Saudis won't solve America's problems in the Middle East
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Jonathan S. Tobin
After the release of the Iraq Study Group's report last November, many in Washington despaired over the unwillingness of the Bush administration to listen to the author's pleas for a return to the old "realist" foreign policy in the Middle East that had dominated American thinking for decades before Bush's dreaded "neocons" took over. But those laments were premature. Any...
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Stu Goldman
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Media Clippings
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It's two years now since Nobel Prize-winning novelist Saul Bellow died, and yet the tributes keep appearing, especially in the the literary quarterlies which, because of their printing schedule, often take a certain amount of time to catch up to major events. One such magazine, the ever-resourceful Salmagundi, edited by Robert and Peggy Boyers at Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs,...
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Henry Feingold
Using its huge gas and oil reserves, and its massive armaments industry, the Putin regime has embarked on an effort to retrieve its rank as a world-class power. Some strategists welcome the effort at restoration of the comparatively predictable bipolar world of the Cold War. But few former refuseniks, the Jewish dissenters who applied for emigration visas and were rejected,...
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