Editorials

Preserving an Ancient Diaspora Community

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Egypt is considered one of the oldest Jewish communities in the world

Israel at 74

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Yom Ha’atzmaut, which begins at sunset on May 4, invites us to look at Israel through a long lens.

Interests, Not Friends

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The political adage that there are no permanent friends, only interests, rings true in the Middle East.

Government in Limbo

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The delicate balance collapsed.

Progress Blooms in the Desert

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The visuals from last week’s Negev Summit were impressive.

The Enemy of Our Nemesis

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In our community’s consciousness, Poland, the site of Auschwitz and the Warsaw Ghetto, is the graveyard of the Jews.

Albright Leaves a Legacy

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Madeleine Albright, who died last week of cancer at age 84, left a significant legacy.

Antisemitism in the Curriculum

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Over the past several years concerns have been raised over antisemitic and anti-Zionist content being baked into school curricula.

Skirmishes Over Israel’s Legitimacy

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Last week, a skirmish in the battle to promote Palestinian rights by delegitimizing the state of Israel broke out at the Sierra Club.

Zelensky’s Inspiring Leadership

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We learn from the Purim story that leadership can be thrust upon an individual in unanticipated ways.