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Thanks to The Jewish Press!

Tzvi Fishman
Tuesday, May 1st, 2012

I was going to start out this blog by saying that I am happy to be back at The Jewish Press. But, in truth, I have mixed feelings. After all, I’ve been living in Israel now for 28 years, yet The Jewish Press is still in Brooklyn, along with its myriads of faithful readers.

Rubin Reports: How Egypt’s Presidential Election Will Change the Middle East and the World

Barry Rubin
Tuesday, May 1st, 2012

The result may well be an Islamist versus Islamist run-off. In any event, it is likely that by the end of the year Egypt will have an Islamist president, parliament, and Constitution. Laws will be drastically altered, women’s rights will disappear, and Hamas will be backed up if it attacked Israel.

Geert Wilders: ‘Marked for Death: Islam’s War against the West and Me’

Soeren Kern
Monday, April 30th, 2012

Geert Wilders, the controversial Dutch lawmaker, has authored a new book about Islam, Marked for Death: Islam’s War against the West and Me. In it he offers a detailed criticism of Islam and its incompatibility with the West: “To preserve our freedom from the encroachments of Islam, we must do four things: defend freedom of speech, reject cultural relativism, counter Islamization and cherish our national identity.”

How To Avoid Another Defeat in Iran

Kenneth R. Timmerman
Monday, April 30th, 2012

The failure thirty-two years ago of Operation Eagle Claw convinced U.S. military leaders to rethink how they would conduct special operations in the future: formulating plans that were simpler, carrying them out under unified command, and managing the risk. While our military has learned the lessons of the failed Iranian hostage rescue mission, however, our political leaders have not.

Shuls On My Mind: Robert Feinland’s Paintings

Richard McBee
Thursday, April 26th, 2012

One thing is certain about Robert Feinland – he has shuls on his mind. His career has spanned over 40 years, exploring landscape, cityscape, sculpture and abstraction. For many of those years he has focused on the relentlessly changing urban landscape of New York, feeling the necessity to document and, in some way preserve, the physical fabric of the city he loves. A selection of recent paintings, most concentrating on the Crown Heights community, is currently at the Chassidic Art Institute. Many of the images are of shuls.

Chronicles Of Crises In Our Communities

Rachel
Thursday, April 26th, 2012

RIGHT versus WRONG

Above And Beyond The Court System

Yehudit Levinson
Thursday, April 26th, 2012

After my recent article about the difficult trials divorcing couples face within the court system (Family Issues 1-13-2012), especially when there are children involved, I received a heartfelt e-mail from a grandfather in tremendous pain over the demise of his son’s marriage and the subsequent custody battle over his beloved grandchild.

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