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Next Year in Jerusalem — Maybe

Tzvi Fishman
Friday, July 27th, 2012

Rabbi Meir Kahane published this in The Jewish Press 40 years ago. Some things just don’t seem to change: A religion which develops a split personality is a religion in danger. A faith whose adherents begin to merely pay lip service to its tenets is in the first stages of atrophy. When individuals create a dichotomy between what they believe and what they practice, it calls for serious re-evaluation. The dream of settling in Israel is a basic part of the Jewish faith. It is an obligation, but it is more than that; it is a dream.

Aref Assaf and the Scandal of Arab Leaders Silent on Syria’s Slaughter

Rabbi Shmuley Boteach
Thursday, July 26th, 2012

While Aref Assaf, President of the Arab American Forum in Paterson, New Jersey, might be forgiven for condemning my daughter’s service in the Israeli army, nothing can explain his defense of Congressman Bill Pascrell’s silence on the mass slaughter of Arabs in Syria.

Members of Congress to Hold Moment of Silence for Munich 11

JTA
Thursday, July 26th, 2012

Members of the U.S. House of Representatives will hold a moment of silence for the 11 Israeli athletes and coaches slain by Palestinian terrorists at the 1972 Munich Olympics. “We’re going to give one-minute speeches on the House floor and devote a substantial moment of that to silence on Thursday,” Rep. Eliot Engel (D-N.Y.) said […]

Before The Deluge: Kenya-Uganda (British East Africa)

Ezra James Nollet
Wednesday, July 25th, 2012

In 1903, the English colonial minister offered a district for a Jewish settlement in Uganda to the Zionist leadership, whereby the English government brought to realization its efforts “to bring to pass the improvement of the Jewish race.” The 6th Zionist Congress (August 23-8, 1903) concerned itself with the English offer and decided to send an investigative commission to Uganda, but because of strong resistance inside the Zionist organization, the project was not followed up.

The Tenth Man

Naama Klein
Wednesday, July 25th, 2012

I know what you’re thinking. You have already concluded that this is one of those heartwarming stories about the anonymous tenth man who completes a minyan in some far-off region, under mysterious, if not downright miraculous, circumstances. Likely as not, he turns out to be Eliyahu Hanavi.

A Family Torn Asunder

Rebbetzin Esther Jungreis
Wednesday, July 25th, 2012

Last week I shared a tragic letter of family disintegration. What could have been a most beautiful mishpachah was torn asunder by one son and his wife who decided to sever all relationships with their siblings. Despite all the efforts on the part of the parents and the siblings, this son and his spouse remained refused to be reconciled. When simchas came – births, bar mitzvahs, weddings – the parents were invited but never the siblings. To add insult to injury the parents were treated disrespectfully on all of these occasions.

Even Half-Hearted Claims To Jerusalem Arouse Ire

Hillel Fendel and Chaim Silberstein / KeepJerusalem.org
Wednesday, July 25th, 2012

The Levy Report’s conclusive findings: Israel is not an occupier, and the settlements are not illegal.

We all know that history repeats itself, but of late it seems that even the repetitions are repeating themselves.

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