Tuesday, July 28, 2015 Av 12, 5775

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It's not unusual at the end of the year for the large-circulation news weeklies to turn to religious subjects in advance of the holidays. Both U.S. News & World Report and Newsweek did so in their Dec. 18 editions. The cover of U.S. News read: "In Search of the Real Jesus: New research questions whether he was more teacher than...
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Stu Goldman
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Saddam's words and Arafat document illustrate the distorted visions of a region
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Two seemingly unrelated events in the waning days and hours of 2006 pretty much summed up everything you need to know about the Arab-Israeli conflict. Their meaning can be characterized simply: The Arab world's obsession with eradicating the State of Israel and the West's willingness to deceive itself about the character of Arab leaders and their intentions both are based...
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The death of former Jerusalem mayor Teddy Kollek at the age of 95 is an occasion for friends of Israel to ponder not only the achievements of a great man but the current state of Israel's capital. Kollek and Jerusalem are linked in people's minds for good reason. He was its mayor from 1965 to 1993, a period that encompassed...
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Key to Success: Keep Kids Learning, Make It Matter Alan Luxenberg took the words right out of my mouth (Opinion: "Seek a Serious Future? Then Get Serious About Educating Jewish Children!" Dec. 21). I was one of the few people from my Bat Mitzvah year to pursue Jewish education until age 18, mostly because my parents insisted that quitting was...
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