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A number of "unusual" occurrences took place in the wake of this tragedy that demonstrated both the hashgacha pratis of Hashem's direction of events and the exalted qualities that Moshe Shubert surely possessed.

Guiding The Ship Of State To November And Beyond

Are Bush's policies the right ones for the country and is Bush the man for the job?

The Immorality Of ‘Morality’

If there is "occupation" now, it cannot be over people, even when Israel exercises its right of self-defense by going into Arab towns to destroy terrorists and their network, or when Arabs are restricted at checkpoints. These actions save lives.

Liberal Media’s Tipping Point

The 2004 presidential campaign may well represent the tipping point in terms of public awareness that, despite the ritualistic protests to the contrary by some of the more blatant offenders, an insidious liberal bias does indeed infect nearly every aspect of the news coverage provided by mainstream media.

Forever In Awe

The pattern of repetition is among a handful of criteria that validate the veracity of a dream.

Hard Acts To Follow

Excuse me: Does Pipes really believe that the French "solution " to Algeria is an unmitigated success story?

In Praise Of Ambassador Zalman Shoval

Zalman Shoval served two terms as Israel's Ambassador to the United States. Although I had made his personal acquaintance only briefly during his first term in Washington (1990-1993), it was immediately apparent that Ambassador Shoval was bringing a markedly favorable presence to Israel's embassy.

Bring Down This Government

Imagine, just for a moment, that a leftist prime minister of Israel (say, Ehud Barak) hadpresided over a government that oversaw the greatest decline in personal security in Israel'shistory, with the terrorist murders of more than 1,000 Israelis.

Letters To The Editor

Tentacles Of DestructionThe tentacles of death and destruction are seen in print on the front page every day. The world is now getting a...

Letters To The Editor

Free Yom Tov SeatingIn these difficult economic times, when families are struggling with yeshiva tuition and other expenses, Kehilas Mevakshai Hashem of Midwood, Brooklyn,...

RNC Reaches Out To Jewish Voters, But Will They Listen?

It is precisely this growing Judeo-Christian relationship that liberal Jews and the Democratic Party as a whole fear.

The Case For Kerry

While Judaism stresses that we should diligently guard our health the Bush administration has weakened regulations designed to protect our health and safety.

Abu Buchanan’s Fatwah On Israel

Once the Palestinians have their state they can begin importing heavy armaments and training commando units to act as an advance column for the rest of the Arab world when the next Middle East war comes - as come it will.

Pat Buchanan Democrats

Pat Buchanan was on "Meet the Press" this past Sunday, but more noteworthy than Buchanan's predictable anti-Israel fulminations was the tacit agreement with Buchanan voiced by Sen. Bob Graham, the Florida Democrat who sought his party's presidential nomination early in the 2004 campaign cycle.

Living With Israel’s Security Wall

Eliminate the hardship the Supreme Court effectively said as much as you can.

So Far And Yet So Near

And now it was our turn. Our little neighborhood, a warm pocket of Iraqi, Hungarian, American, Tunisian, and Moroccan immigrants, was stricken.

Reflections On A Time For Change: A Book By Asher Keren

Modern civilization has a terrible momentum, a frighteningly breathless rhythm that prods us all to forget what is genuinely important. "The end of all this delirium," wrote the philosopher Jacques Maritain, "is to prevent man from remembering G-d." An important new book by Israeli thinker Asher Keren, "A Time For Change," reflects similar concerns.

Keeping Tabs On The Times

The Monitor frequently has made men tion of the website Timeswatch.org, which methodically lays out, weekday after weekday, the lies, distortions, bias and convenient "mistakes" that seem to grace every issue of The New York Times, the one-time paper of record that now features as much opinion-laced journalism as one might find in any given edition of nakedly partisan publications such as The New Republic or The Weekly Standard.

The Battle Is Still On For Jewish Votes

Despite well-founded optimism, the Democrats still have a problem. They know their candidate will win the Jewish vote.

Resurrection: The Neglected Consolation

We find that for the commemoration of the churban - the destruction of the temples and the exile - we have three weeks of mourning in degrees. But we have seven weeks for comfort.

Universities Or Indoctrination Centers?

When you're confronted with leftist and radical bias day-in and day-out, you're forced to either recede into the background or stand up for your values.

Where’s The Leadership?

Only after another year, after hundreds more Israelis were murdered, and after 3,000 Americans were murdered on 9/11, did the Jewish establishment organize a rally, in Washington on April 15, 2002.

Suffocating In Mass Society: The bloodless death of individual dignity in America (Second of...

"The mass," said the Spanish philosopher Jose Ortega y Gasset in 1930, "crushes beneath it everything that is different, everything that is excellent, individual, qualified and select." Today, in deference to the Many, the intellectually and culturally unambitious mass not only celebrates the commonplace (which it has been taught to do), it openly proclaims and spreads our American epoch of engineered mediocrity as an enviable form of democracy.

Letters to the Editor

Federation Follies It was nice, in an ironic way, to read Arlene Peck's op-ed column "Not One More Dime For Federation," Aug. 20).Just three...

A Tale Of Two Books

A tale of two books and how the media control what you know and whether you know. A tale of two books one harshly critical of President Bush the other highly unflattering to Sen. Hillary Clinton. A tale of two books the first of which rode a wave of media hype to bestsellerdom the second of which was all but ignored.

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