Wednesday, May 27, 2015 Sivan 9, 5775

While it's not cause for celebration, Israel's decision to step away from peace talks with Fatah, which agreed to joine a controversial unity government with Hamas, is more than justifiable.
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By:
Moshe Phillips and Benyamin Korn
Leaders of the Religious Zionists of America's Philadelphia Chapter say that U.S. officials wouldn't be so surprised by the Palestinian Authority's move to join forces with Hamas, a terrrorist organization, if they looked harder at its past actions and long-range concept of peace.
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One writer express her distaste at BZBI's decision to host a controversial guest speaker while another says that Russia's chief rabbi should focus on issues closer to home before making accusations against Ukraine.
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By:
Abby J. Leibman
The president of MAZON asks why policymakers cannot seem to compromise or come up with creative, new ways to combat food insecurity issues that have been plaguing the country for years.
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By:
Avner Shalev, JTA
Learning about the Shoah is an important aspect of Jewish identity, writes Avner Shalev, chairman of Yad Vashem.
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