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Relevance: 11% Posted on: September 25, 2012
WASHINGTON – Mitt Romney’s less than optimistic take on Israeli-Palestinian peace prospects drew some media attention but not much noise from centrist Jewish groups.
Relevance: 11% Posted on: November 30, 2011
For the past few weeks I’ve been discussing the crises facing our people. I’ve been asked by many of our readers the question that should challenge all of us: What are we to do?
Relevance: 11% Posted on: January 9, 2008
The more things change, the more they remain the same. For anyone who can still think clearly, the Annapolis "Peace Conference" in November was merely the latest hallucinatory rendition of a very troubled sleep. It's not that this carefully scripted assembly actually confirmed a catastrophic outcome for Israel. Rather, ...
Relevance: 11% Posted on: March 6, 2014
The battle over partnership minyans is just the latest scuffle in the war over women’s roles in the Orthodox community.
Relevance: 11% Posted on: October 23, 2013
Sukkot was cold in Ithaca, N.Y. Josh Polevoy and friends wondered if they needed to return after dinner to the sukkah, and the frigid outdoors, to eat the few remaining pieces of deli roll. With a quick search on the web browser of his iPhone, Josh, a senior at Cornell ...
Relevance: 11% Posted on: February 24, 2014
Exclusive: Pamela Geller examines law-enforcement connection to U.S. terror compound.
Relevance: 11% Posted on: April 5, 2012
On the surface, “The Pianist” is “merely” the true tale of a talented Jewish musician, Wladyslaw Szpilman, caught up in the unfathomable depths of Nazi occupation and terror. More profoundly, of course, it is a disturbing visual microcosm of the generic human struggle between good and evil, a titanic contest ...
Relevance: 11% Posted on: December 27, 2013
Specific strategic lessons from the Bar Kokhba rebellion.
Relevance: 11% Posted on: February 2, 2011
Fifty years ago, when I served as the director of Bnei Akiva of New York, I wondered how my relationship with Bnei Akiva would develop. Today, years later, after coming on aliyah to Israel in 1973, I find that I still cherish my Bnei Akiva past and still enjoy the ...
Relevance: 11% Posted on: December 15, 2010
From the beginning, Israel has successfully managed to craft its overriding strategic doctrine apart from any specific U.S. expectations. To be sure, keeping its "bomb in the basement" has been at least partially a response to expressed American wishes. After all, any explicit end to nuclear ambiguity could have proven ...