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Haaretz and the Rules of Good Journalism: the Saga Continues

Gideon Levy ignores the fact that Germany, Switzerland, the U.K. and the U.S. were by far the biggest traders with the apartheid regime, choosing instead to focus on Israel.

How Mandela Eased Doubts Among Jewish Leaders

I first met Mandela in Geneva in 1990 as part of a delegation of American Jewish leaders.

A Blueprint for More Affordable Jewish Day School Education

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A Call to Arms: the Blessing of an Israeli Army

They didn’t have to ask twice – I was there.

Egypt’s Women: Covered-up or Locked-up

Although she survived the attack, she was demonized on Egypt's talk shows for the violence she endured.

Was an Israeli Strike on Iran Preempted by the Geneva Agreement?

With the conclusion of the Syrian fiasco, the Obama administration had to turn it’s attention to a more imminent threat.

UK: Trial of ‘Soldiers of Allah’ Begins

Adebolajo said there was an ongoing "war between Muslims and the British people" and he was a "soldier of Allah."

Saudis to Obama: We Will Not Tolerate a Nuclear Iran

The Saudis are signaling that they will unleash a pre-emptive war in the Middle East.

More Evidence Obama Is in Serious Trouble with his Own Party

The fact that ObamaCare was sold with lies multiplies the political resonance tenfold.

Lapid: the Hareidim Are our Misfortune

Like his father, Lapid believed that the Hareidim, together with the Palestinians, are parasites.

Released Murderer: ‘We Don’t Regret What We Did’

Released prisoner: "[In prison] we'd chat, talk, eat, drink, joke and play throughout the day."

Reform Rabbi Rosove Misrepresenting Torah to Push Jewish Uprooting

Ignoring the wages of "forgiveness" in South Africa and Gush Katif, Rabbi John L. Rosove usurps the Genesis story of Joseph and his brothers.

Haaretz Violates the Rules of Good Journalism Again

Singling out Israel is not only malevolent, it is absurd.

The Hijacking of Apartheid

The term “apartheid” is often used by advocates determined to achieve their own goals for their own purposes.

Death

The inevitability of death makes the end no less hard to bear.

Chabad in South Africa: Mandela Brought the Country Together

“It was quite an institutionalized racism, and we didn't come to get involved in politics.”

CNN: Big Tech Scrambles for Israeli Firms

Israel's R&D expenditure is higher than any western country.

Eight Things Holocaust Survivors Need You to Know

With the passage of time, fewer and fewer people are left to testify about life and death in the camps at the hands of the Nazis.

Iran and Munich: a Fair Comparison?

Like Chamberlain, Obama sued the ayatollahs for peace, insisting the only alternative to appeasement is war.

Fly Away Little Bird: an Appreciation of Arik Einstein

I have frequently drawn up lists of what I love most about Israel, and Arik Einstein has ranked high.

Christian IDF Recruitment Affirms Israeli Democracy

This new mood among Christian Arabs has worried the communists and Arab nationalist.

Erdogan’s Latest ‘Morals Enforcement’

"We will not allow boys and girls to live together in state-owed student residences... All kinds of messy things are happening."

Jewish Meditation

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Only in Israel: Subaru Sprocket Menorah

Well, Subaru, you stood up to tyranny in the past, and this Chanukah you shine once again.

The Knockout Game: What Took the Conservative Media so Long to Notice?

Since 2011 there have regularly been unprovoked attacks by black teens against non-black victims.

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