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Relevance: 11% Posted on: January 21, 2009
In many ways, the Israel Defense Forces has always been an army for all Jews. But in the war against Hamas that just ceased, American Jews were particularly engaged and aware of the soldiers' plight.
Relevance: 11% Posted on: December 22, 2010
Fourth, the Obama anti-nuclear vision does not provide any useful guidance on how to deal with those refractory states and sub-states that may not be subject to ordinary deterrent threats. This brings to mind the perplexing security problem of prospective enemy irrationality.
Relevance: 11% Posted on: June 12, 2013
No earth was moved last month at the groundbreaking of one of the nation’s newest Holocaust memorials.
Relevance: 11% Posted on: July 28, 2010
Shabbat The Right Way: Resolving Halachic Dilemma is the latest book of Rabbi J. Simcha Cohen, a Jewish Press columnist and recognized posek, as well as the author, previously, of How Does Jewish Law Work, vol. 1-2 and The 613th Commandment.
Relevance: 11% Posted on: January 24, 2013
Relevance: 11% Posted on: May 1, 2013
Muslims make up 30 out of 31 most wanted terrorists, or about 97 percent of them.
Relevance: 11% Posted on: March 28, 2012
President Obama continues to favor the creation of a "nuclear weapons-free world." This explicit preference is more than naive; it is also undesirable in principle. For Israel, in particular, Obama's solution could likely open the doors to unendurable enemy aggressions. However unintended, therefore, it could become an utterly Final Solution.
Relevance: 11% Posted on: January 10, 2007
Superficially, Jewish history is a maze of uncorrelated events with the Jewish people zigzagging throughout the globe and interacting with different nations and cultures in widely diverse conditions.
Relevance: 11% Posted on: September 28, 2012
No doubt, it's hard for people to give up their lifelong attachments and identity. But there are moments in history when a turning point arrives, and those with eyes to see and ears to hear recognize it. Many Jews have made political liberalism their religion and personal identity ...
Relevance: 11% Posted on: April 7, 2009
There is hardly a Jewish child who has not been taught the story in the Talmud (Kiddushin 31a) of Doma Ben Nesina. He was the son of a jeweler who refused to wake up his sleeping father when representatives of the Beis Hamikdash (Holy Temple) came knocking on his door, ...