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Palestinians Have Right Aspiration, Wrong Destination

9 Tevet 5764 – January 2, 2004
By returning to my childhood and investing more in toothpaste and less in candy, I could now boast uninterrupted rows of healthy white teeth.

Sharon – There He Goes Again

Recently Sharon engineered the most devious tactic yet to disrupt the peace process. He proposed expelling Arafat from Ramallah.

Letters To The Editor

Remove Settlements NowI agree with those people who say that settlements should be uprooted. I also agree that Arabs and Jews cannot live together...

Ten Years After: The Metamorphosis Of Israel's Left

In a recent opinion piece in the Jerusalem Post, Sarah Honig, one of the paper's bettercolumnists, raised the question of whether Israel's Left should be regarded as stupid orcrazy.

Blaming Israel For Istanbul

7 Tevet 5764 – January 1, 2004
A disturbing media trend blames Israeli policy for the Islamist war on Western civilization. The recent coordinated bombings against British targets in Istanbul, occurring just days after the dual bombings of Istanbul synagogues, make the Islamic terrorist message brutally clear: their targets are the Jewish people and Western democratic civilization.

Funding Evil

Terrorism requires funding. Without actually understanding the complex patterns by which terrorists systematically pay for their nefarious operations and personnel, the War On Terror would fail catastrophically.

Who’s Raising Our Children?

2 Tevet 5764 – December 26, 2003
The traditional Jewish model is one in which younger children, at least, are raised and nurtured primarily by their mothers.

A Time To Hate

Earlier this month, two synagogues in Turkey were blasted on a Shabbat morning, at a time when these peaceful and holy places of worship were fully occupied.

British Left Shows Bush Its Ugly Face

Even when the news broke of a double suicide bombing, targeting British interests in Turkey, the majority seemed unable to condemn Islamic violence.

The Sorry Tale Of Soros

If you have a lot of money, people will never say you're crazy. Only poor people are crazy.

Whither Iraq? A Symposium

But the fact is that now the Americans are on their own. They chose it to be that way. And they have to live with it.

Letters To The Editor

29 Kislev 5764 – December 24, 2003
Where's The Outrage?Kudos to Rabbi Yehuda Levin for his on-target op-ed article regarding the silence of Orthodox organizations as the homosexuals prepare to take...

Contradictions

Each time I get on an airplane, I am struck by contradictions. We are a species that can take tons of heavy metal and transform it into an instrument of travel, transporting millions of passengers at very high speeds from one place to another. At the same time, we are required to take off our shoes before being allowed to board the plane, not for reasons of civilized comfort, but rather to ensure that we are not about to destroy the aircraft.

Don’t Take Money From An Opinionated Ignoramus

25 Kislev 5764 – December 19, 2003
But as those in attendance soon discovered the problem with honoring such people is that there may be a good reason why they've never dipped into their fat wallets to help poor Jews or to defend the Jewish state: They don't really care very much about us.

Lerner And West, Blind To The Truth

American leaders of both parties for half a century have agreed that Israel's right to exist is not a negotiating position, is not an issue to be haggled over at anything misleading called a "peace conference."

Defiling The Courtyard Of The King

How can it be that El Al uses part of our airfare to fund their domestic partnership programs for homosexual crew members with not a word on the subject from our organizations?

Deconstructing Bush’s Mideast Strategy

George Bush has a Texan approach to people that we associate with the straight-shooter. He is not interested in flimflam, small talk, or deception.

Letters To The Editor

A Vote For BushGeorge Rubin's letter last week ("Second Term For W?") responding to Craig Bergman ("Don't Prove Baker Right," Letters, October 31) was...

Understanding Recession And Bear Markets A New American Perspective

22 Kislev 5764 – December 17, 2003
Personal consumption drives our American economy. To uplift the financial markets and restore confidence on Wall Street and Main Street, everyone now wants the consumer to buy more. Without an aggressive expansion of consumer spending, corporate earnings will remain depressed, growth will stagnate, unemployment will increase, and stock values will decline even further. What then should we do?

Hold On To The Golan

18 Kislev 5764 – December 12, 2003
The question beckons, how would Syria use the Golan Heights if it had them back?

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