Wednesday, July 30, 2014 Av 3, 5774

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Douglas Bloomfield
Could Israel's love affair with President George W. Bush be on the rocks? Supporters of hard-line Israeli policies have long praised the president as one of Israel's best friends ever in the Oval Office. When asked what that means, they'll most often say it's "because he leaves us alone." They have their own "Three No's": no pressure, no American peace...
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Yehudit Barsky
One of the parking signs in New York City used to blare, "Don't Even THINK of Parking Here." Another one declared, "No Parking. No Standing. No Stopping. No Kidding." Parking has always been tough in New York, but airline travel has grown increasingly more difficult for everyone since Sept. 11, 2001. If going through airport security hasn't been difficult enough,...
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Puff piece on mosque that inspired murder further tarnishes the 'Times'
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In 1932, one of the most prestigious honors in journalism, the Pulitzer Prize, was awarded to Walter Duranty, a New York Times reporter who was then serving as foreign correspondent in the Soviet Union. Though many other Pulitzers -- both deserved and undeserved -- have been handed out over the years, Duranty's is remembered more than most. In the online...
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Stu Goldman
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Biased, Offensive Books Don't Deserve Praise! In his review of Rabbi Eliezer Shemtov's new anti-intermarriage treatise, Dear Rabbi, Why Can't I Marry Her? (Books & Writers: "The Marriage Imbroglio," March 29), Robert Leiter says that Shemtov's "clearheaded explanations" for why Jews shouldn't intermarry "can hardly be refuted." To the contrary, they can hardly be sustained. To suggest, as Leiter does,...
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