These recent political primaries should be a lesson in just how far society has strayed from the basic mores it long took for granted – and how difficult but imperative it is for Orthodox Jews to retain our own.
About the Author:Sara Lehmann, a freelance writer living in Brooklyn, was formerly an editor at a major New York publishing house.
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Former Connecticut senator Joe Lieberman, writing in the Washington Post on Sunday, provided one of the clearest and most compelling analyses we’ve seen of the importance of the prime minister’s speech.
We see pictures of mosques, monuments for terrorists, illegal schools, and hundreds of apartments being built on Jewish land without repercussions. We are losing Jewish property, so it is up to us to protect it.