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The Vote Heard ‘Round the World

J Street is like the kid in the schoolyard who makes the rules in his favor, but when he loses, claims it was unfair.

An Open Letter to Abir Kopty

Dear Abir I read with interest your blogpost objecting to having been included in Haaretz’s list of 66 Israeli Women You Should Know, published by...

Blaming the Victim

The Arab Bank had to admit that it serviced accounts of terror-associated organizations marked as such by the US government.

Why Many Orthodox Jews Can’t Face Up To History

The Holocaust and the rise of Israel occupy no space or time in many Orthodox schools.

Jacob Birnbaum: Unsung Father Of Jewish Freedom

Birnbaum was unyielding, uncompromising, relentless, stubborn, steadfast and tenacious.

Kerry’s Apartheid Slur Sabotages Peace

Rather than pushing the parties toward an agreement, Kerry has sabotaged the process.

Kids At Risk: Are We Making Progress?

The cold fact is that kids go off the derech and end up in the most dire situations.

Countering A Kidnapped Reporter’s Claims

Now that he's free, it's time to counteract Ostrovsky's many inaccuracies and innuendos.

From Holocaust To Rebirth

Unfortunately, my idea that Israel is a country that fights for Jewish values, and would do anything for Jewish citizens, was shattered just one month after coming back from a trip to Poland.

J Street’s Phony Liberalism

J Street's leadership is silent on the real issues of concern for liberals and progressives.

Greetings from Apartheidia

Jerusalem? No way. Its out of central casting for It's A Small World.

Kerry – Don’t Go

With all due respect to President Obama, he's got nothing, and I mean nothing, on Secretary of State John Kerry.

The Celebrate Parade and the ‘Boycott Israel Fund’

The New Israel Fund presents itself as supporters of Israel, while its actions prove the opposite to be true.

Apartheid Redux: American Sour Grapes When Shuttle Diplomacy Fails

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry has collected his marbles and gone home with sour grapes, flinging the "A" word at Israel again.

Keeping Haredim Excited About Torah

It is in our best interest to find new ways to infuse life and vitality into observant life.

Hamas is Not Alone

There are also 4,000 or so members of smaller well-armed Gazan terror groups, not just Hamas and Islamic Jihad.

The Holocaust and Jewish Morality: The Views of a Survivor

The question of Jewish identity, for example, has been greatly affected by the legacy of the Holocaust.

‘A Road Never Traveled, Leading Nowhere’

If a child is seldom required to yield his desires and needs to those of others, surely doing so as an adult will not come naturally to him.

Tradition And Technology: E-learning In Jewish Day Schools

Day schools can have boys and girls participate in the same online class but they don't meet or interact in "real time."

Jews In Space

Jews so hostile to their own people they’ve spun out into the orbit of rabid anti-Israeli and pro-Islamic radicalism.

Breaking The Fwd:fwd:fwd:fwd:fwd Chain

Rav Pam said we must realize that God has no pleasure from such negative speech.

Talmudic Journalism

Since Torah is the great equalizer, the great reconciler of divergent but valid opinions, this is also the place where common ground is reached.

Mass Shofar Blast Against Anti-Israel Enabling on April 29

Some American Jews feel their community has been hijacked from within by groups waging war against Israel seemingly in the name of the Jewish people.

Islam’s Tenuous Connection to Jerusalem

Jerusalem only seems important in the Islamic world when non-Muslims control or capture the city.

Jordanian Blame Game On Temple Mount Hints Future Trouble

Jordan's king is adding fuel to the fire on the Temple Mount, blaming Israel for violence by Muslim Arab rioters.

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