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Bring The Bnei Menashe Home To Israel

Jason Maoz
Wednesday, January 19th, 2011

Several time zones away, in the farthest reaches of northeastern India, live thousands of men and women longing to rejoin the Jewish people.

Debate Continues To Rage Over Palin’s ‘Blood Libel’ Charge

Ron Kampeas
Wednesday, January 19th, 2011

WASHINGTON – The post-shooting debate over political civility is cooling down, but passions are still raging over Sarah Palin’s claim that critics were guilty of perpetuating a “blood libel” against her.

The Holocaust’s Most Vicious Killers

Edwin Black
Wednesday, January 19th, 2011

During the Holocaust, one group of killers stood out as more vicious, murderous, and bloodthirsty than all others.

In Loco Templum: Amsterdam’s Esnoga/Portuguese Synagogue

Menachem Wecker
Wednesday, January 19th, 2011

One of the aspects of the biblical construction narratives – both those about the Tabernacle in the wilderness in Exodus, and in 1 Kings about Solomon’s Temple in the Holy Land – that most troubled and confused me when I was young was the aesthetic status of the structures.

A Lesson From King Saul On Exposing Child Molesters

Rabbi Asher Lipner
Wednesday, January 19th, 2011

“Whoeverhas mercy on cruel people will in the end act cruelly to merciful people.” So the Midrash deduces from the story of Shaul HaMelech – King Saul. When commanded to kill out the wicked nation of Amalek, the king had mercy on its monarch, Agag, sparing his life. As evidence that Saul eventually acted with cruelty to merciful people, the Gemara quotes the Navi that years later Saul showed no such compassion when he killed out an entire city of Kohanim because they had given shelter to his nemesis David.

Arizona Shootings Expose Liberal Hypocrisy

Stuart W. Mirsky
Wednesday, January 19th, 2011

The shooting of Arizona Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords, a Democrat, along with federal judge John Roll (a Republican appointee) and numerous others, including a nine year-old constituent of the Congresswoman, resulting in the deaths of six (including the judge and the little girl) and brain injury to the congresswoman, prompted the usual ruminations.

Terrorist Cop: The NYPD Jewish Cop Who Traveled the World to Stop Terrorists

Louis Rene Beres
Wednesday, January 12th, 2011

I like this book. Very much. Terrorist Cop will be of interest to all Americans and Israelis who remain deeply concerned (as they should) about our continuing vulnerability to Jihadist terror attacks. It will be of even greater interest, moreover, to readers of The Jewish Press. After all, the author, now retired New York City homicide Detective First Grade Mordecai Dzikansky, spent his distinguished 25-year career as an NYPD “Jewish cop.”

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