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Relevance: 12% Posted on: May 5, 2010
After absorbing any enemy nuclear aggression, Israel would certainly respond with a nuclear retaliatory strike. Although nothing is publicly known about Israel's precise targeting doctrine, such a reprisal would likely be launched against the aggressor's capital city and/or against similarly high-value urban targets. There would be absolutely no assurances, in ...
Relevance: 12% Posted on: July 25, 2007
Jorge Luis Borges sometimes happily identified himself as a sort of Jew. Although without any apparent basis in Halachah, he obviously felt himself a deeply kindred spirit: "Many a time I think of myself as a Jew," he is quoted in Willis Barnstone's Borges At Eighty: Conversations (1982), "but I ...
Relevance: 12% Posted on: February 25, 2009
The sea of people pouring out of the elevators on the tenth floor of Sotheby's varied greatly in their age, dress, and religious associations. But as they entered the exhibit, they shared a universal expression of awe and reverence. Thirteen thousand rare and ancient books looked down from the shelves ...
Relevance: 12% Posted on: November 25, 2013
She became a rabbinic associate in 2008 at the temple, then agreed to enroll in a distance learning-program, but didn't.
Relevance: 12% Posted on: February 14, 2007
It pains me to tell you this, but Ehud Olmert has actually done something right.
Relevance: 12% Posted on: January 31, 2013
In my 24 years of doing this beat for various publications, I've become convinced that we should add a special Holocaust Denial category to Health, Diplomacy, Finance, and Sports.
Relevance: 12% Posted on: January 13, 2010
Some truths are counter-intuitive. At first, it would seem plain that a world without nuclear weapons must be preferable to one with such weapons. Upon reflection, however, it becomes evident that there are some countries for whom nuclear arms are indispensable to their physical survival. For these imperiled nations, surrendering ...
Relevance: 12% Posted on: January 23, 2014
The world’s most enticing woman inadvertently is exposing the BDS as being bad for Arabs.
Relevance: 12% Posted on: August 25, 2010
A tallit with pastel-colored circular candies on the atarah (literally crown, the top, embellished portion of the garment); a hand held golden bulldozer used to collect chametz on Passover; a mezuzah that shows the three letter name of God (shin, daled, yud, the Sustainer) on a computer keyboard above an ...
Relevance: 12% Posted on: August 4, 2010
"Officer, what's your badge number?" I've been asked that question countless times over the last 26 years. Almost always, it followed an unpopular decision. Always, it was accompanied by an unspoken message: "I'm letting you know I will hold you accountable for this decision." And always, I answer that question in ...
Relevance: 12% Posted on: September 10, 2013
It would probably be easier for the U.S. to make peace between the warring factions in Syria than between MK Porush and Yesh Atid leader Yair Lapid.
Relevance: 12% Posted on: November 15, 2012
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Just one month after the UN and EU launched a furious campaign against Israel's security fence, culminating in the International Court of Justice ruling that the fence is illegal, the EU announced it's planning to build a separation fence of its own, and invited Israel to participate in the construction, ...
Relevance: 12% Posted on: February 23, 2014
Israel's popularity is at the highest since 1991, when Gallup first polled Americans on foreign countries.
Relevance: 12% Posted on: September 28, 2012
There is a long laundry list of personal goals running through my head that I want to work on. I love taking advantage of a celebratory date to select one of these pressing items and promise myself that this time, I really will begin to do whatever it is that ...