Wednesday, April 16, 2014 Nisan 16, 5774

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Douglas Bloomfield
Ronald Reagan, in his 1980 presidential campaign, famously asked the question that sucked the wind out of Jimmy Carter's re-election sails: "Are you better off today than you were four years ago?" It's a question that Israelis could be asking as we approach the fourth anniversary of the U.S. invasion of Iraq this month. The Bush administration liked to stress...
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Blame the Man for All Those Killed in Iraq War Even for a right-wing conservative, Jonathan Tobin's column in defense of Douglas Feith was a stretch (A Matter of Opinion: "When Skepticism Is Dangerous," Feb. 22). Feith's job was to assess intelligence, not to manufacture lies that caused in excess of 3,000 American dead. This was the result of his...
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It was one of those distinctive Newsweek covers -- the ones that catch your eye immediately, piques your interest, but in the end don't hold up to prolonged scrutiny. The Jan. 22 cover showed a very young boy, clearly of Middle Eastern origin, holding a man-sized gun against a white background below the headline: "The Next Jihadists." The word "next,"...
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Time for plain talk about the racism of the anti-Zionists and their falsehoods
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In case you missed it, last month college campuses in the United States, Canada and Britain hosted an "Israeli Apartheid Week," in which prominent scholars and artists all got together to agree about the State of Israel's beastliness. That such nonsense is presented at places like Hunter College in New York City, the University of Toronto and even at supposedly...
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One cold war was bad enough. Do the current rulers of the Russian Federation really want another one? That's the question many observers were pondering following a recent speech by Russian President Vladimir Putin in which he threw down a challenge to American foreign policy on virtually every important front. Washington wisely decided not to be baited by Putin and...
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