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See No Evil: How Professors, Politicians and the Press Coddled Jihadist Sami Al-Arian

The day after the segment aired scores of angry e-mail and phone messages flooded USF's administrative offices most demanding Al-Arian's immediate ouster.

Left Still Wrong After All These Years: An Interview With Mona Charen

I never thought that our moral legitimacy arises from getting authority from the United Nations to begin with.

Lies, More Lies, and CNN’s Lies

In the past these people were able to hide behind the cloak of time and distance in order to make their distortions sound plausible.

Lebanon 1982: The War That Drove Israel's Left Insane

It is not well understood to what a great extent the Israeli Left was radicalized by Israel's 'Peace for Galilee' invasion of Lebanon in 1982. This radicalization was very similar to the radicalization of the American Left over Vietnam.

Modern Orthodoxy In A Changing World

Many defenders of Modern Orthodoxy decry the apparent rejection of a college education in favor of yeshiva.

Peace Activist’s Lament: I Was Wrong About the War

Currently there are approximately six million Assyrians -- 2.5 million in Iraq and the rest scattered in the Assyrian Diaspora around the world.

Military Matters: An Interview With Victor Davis Hanson

There have been frequent comparisons of late between the United States and the Roman Empire. How valid do you think those comparisons are?

Saddam, Bush And The Rebbe: The Kabbalah of Basra

As we all remember the first Persian Gulf war ended only a few weeks after it began.

Distortions and Double Standards: The New York Times and Israel

The Times also likes to devote ample publicity to anti-Zionist Jews.

Candles On The Carmel

''We are three blocks away; you will be home in a minute.''
The taxi driver nudges me rudely into semi-consciousness. I try
to shake the fog from my head. I am still half asleep, staring
through the window at the Christmas lights. As consciousness
slowly seeps through, something here is out of place. Why is there
a giant Christmas tree on display in Budapest when it is months
after Christmas? I shake my head some more. No, it is not
Budapest. I left Budapest six hours ago and have been flying all
night. I must have succumbed to exhaustion on the ride up to
Haifa in the taxi from the airport.

He Walked With Kings And Rulers: Remembering David Horowitz

That beautiful smile, warm and sincere, which proceeded from a transcendent mastery of pain and loss, both personal and that of his people, first beamed at the beginning of the 20th century.

Symposium: The Jews and President Bush

In the last year there has been a wave of anti-Semitism in the United States and abroad coming from the left.

Left-Wing Hate Fest: What The Media Didn’t Tell You About The New York Anti-War...

"We don't care if you [Bush] put forth Condoleezza Rice or Colin Powell," he continued. "They do not represent the black community."

I May Not Know a Matzoh Ball From a Baseball… But I Know We...

All of you are part of this struggle that now must be our consuming focus.

Election Analysis: The Incredible Shrinking Israeli Left

There is no sound so delightful as the whimpering of leftists in the morning.

There is no message so hope-inspiring as the screams of outrage from the world and the
accusations that Israelis have voted against "peace."

A Modest Solution To The Mideast Crisis

For goodness' sake, all they want is one more dunam here, one more corpse there.

Nazis, Commies & Bad Haircuts

The systematic amalgamation of anti-Semitism, theories of the superiority of the German people, and the geopolitical movement to acquire Lebensraum was a product of the intellectual environment of Ludwig Maximilian University in the 1920's.

More About Librarians Against Israel

In an apparent attempt to defend that which cannot be ethically defended, the ALA president also attempted to cast doubt on the truthfulness of what I wrote by simply dismissing my points as ''a rash of allegations.''

The Wisest Men of Chelm: A Fable For Our Time

In the back country south of Warsaw, there
stood a small shtetl, a little Jewish village,
named Chelm. Renowned across the Pale, the
villagers of Chelm were famous for their sharp
wits, their inventive brains, and their capacity
for resolving difficult problems.

No Holds Barred: A Frank Conversation With Steven Plaut

Erudite and outspoken, Steven Plaut is a frequent contributor to The Jewish Press whose essays, many of which have appeared in this front-page space, always generate enthusiastic reader feedback.

Librarians Against Israel

But the al-Safi resolution should be neither obscured nor forgotten by the American people, because its passage exposes so much that is wrong and vicious about the American Library Association.

Free Speech For Me But Not For Thee

Consider a country in which the minister of
justice prepares an official ''speech code'' that
delineates the boundaries of permissible
speech, and where violators may be sent to
prison.

Why We Stay

But no one's running away. The Likud party primary didn't get canceled or delayed.

Hebron Journal: Land Of Funerals, Land Of Giants

What better examples could there be for a community?

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