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Needed: Protective Rabbinic Leadership

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The New Old Antisemitism

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Do You Want Nazis as Neighbors?

As shocking and insulting and horrifying as it is, Nazi war criminals are still living freely among us.

Liberals Have Got What They Asked for

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Israel and the Rest of the World

The world excuses Islamic murder, but focuses on flaws, often imaginary, on the part of Israel.

Is Lebanon’s New Government Threatening Israel?

Hezbollah is attempting to restore its shattered image by fabricating threats against it.

Will Ukraine Send the World into War?

Putin must be forced to back down.

Of Fleas, Eagles and Gripes

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They’re Impossible Palestinian Red Lines, But Israel Will Be Blamed

The Palestinian Arab leadership is making it clear it has no interest in genuine, peaceful co-existence.

Jerusalem Rally Reflections: When Thoughts Win Wars

We are all soldiers in Hashem’s army, only our uniform is different.

Jewish Self-Respect Mandated that Ramaz Not Promote Israel Hater

The Ramaz children are clearly in need of instruction.

Ramaz and Rashid Khalidi

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The Great Fix: Lapid and the Haredim Pushing Each Other’s Agenda

Nothing will change regarding the draft issue, as both Lapid and his Haredi opponents are collaborating on a fraud.

I Was Baruch Goldstein’s Friend

The agenda of articles appearing 20 years after the Goldstein episode has nothing to do with human rights or suffering.

Robert Malley and the Shift to Appeasement

When it became known in May 2008 that Malley had met with Hamas terrorists, the Obama campaign severed ties with him.

To Be a Parent Is to Be a Very Special Rebbe

The only way for children to find a way back to the path is through parental love and understanding.

NY Times Feature on Anti-Zionism a Reminder of the Sulzberger Legacy

Sulzberger, one of the most famous “religious Jews” who opposed Zionism did not change his mind even after the Holocaust.

A Memorable Weekend for Divorced Orthodox Jews

My involvement with Frum Divorce corresponds to a lot of the work I do at The Jewish Press helping agunot and others going through divorce.

Our Weimar Republic

In the last years of Weimar Germany, President Hindenburg began ruling Germany by emergency decree.

France in Free Fall

France will have to cut taxes and spending, and reform the job market and the welfare system, or face the consequences.

The ‘Quenelle’: Product of Simple Hatred or Ignorance?

The “quenelle” has become a form of language, a mechanism by which hatred is not just spread but normalized.

The Real Agenda Behind the Push for ‘Islamophobia’

Islamists have been successful in building the Islamophobia industry, diverts attention from activities they would prefer not be noticed.

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