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The View From The Beis Medrash

Rabbi Raphael Fuchs
Wednesday, May 29th, 2013


The Hidden Spirituality Of Tzitzit

Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks
Wednesday, May 29th, 2013

This week’s sedrah, Shelach Lecha, ends with one of the great commands of Judaism – tzitzit, the fringes we wear on the corner of our garments as a perennial reminder of our identity as Jews and our obligation to keep the Torah’s commands.

Letters To The Editor

Our Readers
Wednesday, May 29th, 2013


France and the Jews

Louis Rene Beres
Wednesday, May 29th, 2013

Many readers have probably seen the film “Sarah’s Key,” a powerful 2010 movie that reminds its viewers of overwhelming French collaboration with the Nazis. Even today it seems widely believed that France carried on more or less heroically under the German occupation, and that the 1942 roundups of Jews in occupied France must have been carried out by the SS or Gestapo directly. In fact, however, as “Sarah’s Key” instructs in understated yet utterly hideous detail, these roundups were executed, more or less enthusiastically, by the regular French police.

The Intersection Of Online Hate And Free Speech: An Interview with ADL National Director Abraham Foxman

Alina Dain Sharon
Wednesday, May 29th, 2013

Abraham H. Foxman, national director of the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), has a new book coming out next week, Viral Hate: Containing Its Spread on the Internet, co-written with attorney Christopher Wolf, a pioneer in Internet law.

The book discusses how racists and anti-Semites are using the Internet to disseminate their hateful information and poses tough questions about the responsibility of the public to fight against this phenomenon in the U.S., where the law is highly protective of free speech.

Why Human Rights Reporting On Israel Lacks Credibility

Gregory J. Wallance
Wednesday, May 29th, 2013

A just-released Israeli commission report vehemently disputes the France 2 video made in 2000 of a Palestinian father and his son crouching for shelter from bullets allegedly fired by Israeli soldiers. This is a media controversy but it parallels the decades-long dispute between Israel and the human rights organizations that have issued reports on violent clashes in the West Bank, Gaza, and Lebanon. Simply, the reporting process on these confrontations has broken down.

A Republican Party that Looks Like America

Daniel Greenfield
Wednesday, May 29th, 2013

Republicans would be foolish to give up on minority voters, but even more foolish to give up on low- income white voters.

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