Saturday, August 29, 2015 Elul 14, 5775

The culture of modern journalism rests firmly on the notion of avoiding bias. This important principle may often be observed in the breach, but a firm belief in an individual's own lack of bias seems to be one thing that unites just about everyone in the press, whether the actuality remains true or not. Armed with the notion of their...
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By:
Julius Berman
Reports about the Claims Conference that included numerous errors and inaccuracies, many of them repetitive of ancient shibboleths that have not reflected the realities of the Claims Conference for many years have been widely published. Here is the truth: Contrary to those assertions, the Claims Conference is entirely transparent. Every year, it is subject to an audit by Ernst &...
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By:
Amon Rubenstein
It is sad that Gilad, Udi and Eldad were missing from the Shalit, Goldwasser and Regev family seders this year. Not only their families, but all of Israeli society felt their absence. Our lives continue normally, but the abduction of our soldiers and the lack of information about their fate touches each and every one of us. Moreover, the refusal...
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What do you do when your child simply marches to a different drummer? Do you try to straightjacket him -- metaphorically speaking -- make him conform to the rules until he learns how to "succeed" in school and eventually in society? Or do you encourage him go his own way, and let the pieces fall where they may? I'm not...
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While much of the world and many American Jews were seeking to distance themselves from Israel's fight for security last summer, a 22-year-old native of Bucks County gave his life so that the Jewish people may live. Michael Levin, a young man who made aliyah, was killed in battle during Israel's war with Hezbollah terrorists in Lebanon. His sacrifice was...
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