There can be no room for doubt. The need to conduct a military strike against Iran's nuclear program increases with each passing day.
While serving as rabbi at Oxford University, I befriended a young African-American Rhodes scholar by the name of Cory Booker who became like a brother to me.
"This is not a documentary, and nobody's pretending it is," Foxman responded in a line straight out of the film's public-relations playbook.
Were the U.S. to actually propose taking military action against Iran, the Left would be up in arms (figuratively speaking, of course).
The most important reason to sign a prenup is that such agreements will not succeed in wiping out the plague of aginut until and unless they become standard practice.
With today's media, taking sides instead of reporting is usual.
"What the FBI apparently didn't realize was that Rifkin was a refugee from the Russians, not an agent of the Russians," says Jack Yampolsky, a retired Philadelphia accountant whose parents, Louis and Betty, were leaders of the Bergson group's local chapter.
I was interested in Jewish identity in whatever form it took.
We are at war. There is a balance to be struck between protecting the security of the country and the personal privacy of individuals.
What was Rotberg's crime? First, he did not demonize Israel. Second, he did not choose a "neutral" position, somewhere between Hamas's and that of the settlers ejected from Gaza.
As such Lieberman is an icon not just of American Jewish achievement but as a "martyr" of what many bitter Democratic partisans still claim was a "stolen election."
Archeologists in Poland have just discovered an amazing document, uncovered from beneath rubble left over in what was once the Warsaw Ghetto:
Calls for Israel's destruction are nothing new in the Middle East, but Bolton refused to ignore the repeated calls in recent weeks by the Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, something which he says has "drawn almost no attention" at the UN.
In Islamic countries over the centuries, Jews choose to live humiliated as an underclass of dhimmi, often persecuted - but they willingly accepted their predicament rather than submit to conversion.
He acknowledged that the training of Iraqi security forces "is an enormous task, and it always hasn't gone smoothly."
One of us is a Christian pastor, the other is an Orthodox Jewish rabbi. Yet for all these differences, something recently united us. And it was not that we're both bald or that we both have beards!
As outgoing Israeli Chief of Staff General Moshe Ya'alon has predicted, "Immediately after the disengagement we can expect a burst of terrorism...all the signs point to it."
Different minhagim have already been established and I leave it to each community to follow the lead and guidance of its teachers.
They've moved so far around the political circle they've met on the other side, spouting identical positions on such issues as Iraq, the broader War on Terror, and, most particularly, the Jewish state of Israel.
These weeks between Pesach and Shavuot provide an unusual window of opportunity for children to learn about their grandparents' and great grandparents' heritage.