Monday, March 2, 2015 AdarI 11, 5775

By:
The New York Times continues its long-term project of enshrining American Communists. Generally, the process takes place on the obituary pages these days as these former radicals reach their 80s and 90s, and begin dying off. Times reporters indulge in hagiography for several column inches, making these people sound like saints simply because they held fast to their ideals. The...
Comment0
By:
C'est La Vie: Leaders Come, Leaders Go, Though Some Prove Unforgettable Columnist Tim Hames writes in The Times of London ( www.timesonline.co.uk ) on Jan. 9 about the absence of an Arab Sharon: "The graveyards, Charles de Gaulle once remarked, are full of indispensable men. Ariel Sharon would doubtless agree. "De Gaulle and Mr. Sharon have more than a sense...
Comment0
Focus on pliability of Sharon's successor ignores the real 'peace process' story
By:
A week into the post-Ariel Sharon era of U.S.-Israeli relations, some things are already clearer than they were just a few days ago. The first is that although the Bush administration is worried about whether any of the prime minister's possible successors will be as skillful at orchestrating territorial withdrawals as Sharon was, no change in policy toward Israel is...
Comment0
No Real Threat to Israel in Spielberg’s Movie Regarding “What’s Worth Getting Upset About?” (A Matter of Opinion, Dec. 29): Jonathan Tobin is entitled to his view of the film “Munich.” What he should not do is impugn my motives as to why I don’t see the movie as he does. My opinion of “Munich” has nothing to do with...
Comment0
His Stance Threatens Our Rights
By:
Phyllis Snyder
"But is it good for the Jews?" That was the question many of our grandparents voiced when they perused the morning papers - a question we may have dismissed, even with affection, as a narrow or parochial expression. Today, we know that what's "good for the Jews" extends beyond ourselves: It encompasses a concern for the well-being of society as...
Comment0

Advertisement

Advertisement