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As a Jew, a conservative, and a fan of both Limbaugh and Beck, I am appalled -though not surprised – at the venomous charge by ADL that these great and good Americans are fomenting hatred and violence, when the opposite is surely true. Both Beck and Limbaugh have cautioned against violence or civil disobedience of any kind, calling instead for Americans to engage in politics as the preferred vehicle for reigning in government excess.
Any attempt to marginalize Limbaugh and Beck and their colleagues on talk radio is nothing short of an attempt to marginalize you and me. It is unseemly in the extreme for a Jewish organization that purports to stand against bigotry to wantonly accuse its political opponents, through innuendo and untruths, of being bigots. It is disheartening that an organization that regards free speech as a religious value would vilify those who are among its greatest champions.
I don’t know for whom Abe Foxman presumes to speak, but he doesn’t speak for me.
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I stated with clarity in simple terms, “Jews don’t have gangs.”
FBI’s undercover agents contacted ORA (Org. for the Resolution of Agunot pretending to be an agunah.
Israel promotes coexistence and peace, providing freedom for all religions on the Temple Mount.
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Jews thank Hashem at every step. We thank Him for our most basic physical existence. We thank Hashem for every step, for every breath, for every aspect of our elevation from the dust.
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Dear Senator Menendez,
As a politically conservative Jew with a strong attachment to Israel, I commend you, a liberal non-Jewish Democrat, for your strong public stance in favor of the Jewish state. Your recent speech on the floor of the U.S. Senate, widely circulated on YouTube, directly contradicts the sentiments of our president vis-à-vis Israel as expressed in his June 4 Cairo speech and in other contexts.
A constant theme of Rabbi Berel Wein’s writings and lectures is that the Torah is about people, not events. The Torah was never intended to sit on a shelf somewhere as so many books do. In fact, its laws and traditions were intended to be transmitted orally, evidence of the fact that it is people to whom and for whom the Torah was given.
A drama is slowly but steadily unfolding in Israel that is rare for that nation or any other civilized country. Fresh from the Lebanon battlefield, Israel’s citizen-soldiers, joined by families of the fallen as well as ordinary citizens, are mobilizing again – this time for a campaign of marches, letters, petitions and other public activities in regard to the recent unpleasantness up yonder.
The reaction to Israeli president Moshe Katsav’s reported “snub” of Eric Yoffie, president of the Union for Reform Judaism, has almost uniformly focused on the propriety of Mr. Katsav’s apparent refusal to address Mr. Yoffie as “rabbi” and on its implications for Israel-Diaspora relations. But what’ s being missed is a bigger story, which is the failure of the Reform movement to create “facts on the ground” in Israel necessary to gain the attention and respect of Israel’s leaders it so dearly craves.
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