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War, Terror And Revolution: Israel’s Special Vulnerability to Chaos (Part II)

Louis Rene Beres
Wednesday, August 31st, 2011

For Israel, the prime inheritor of Genesis, an expanding global chaos portends a very unusual, and also ironic, kind of fragility. A relentlessly beleaguered microstate, and always the individual Jew writ large, Israel could become the principal victim of international disorder. In view of the exceptionally far-reaching interrelatedness of all world politics, this could be true even if the actual precipitating events of war and terror would occur elsewhere.

Slumbering Through The Wake-Up Calls

Rebbetzin Esther Jungreis
Wednesday, August 31st, 2011

That which transpired during these past few weeks should have shaken us all. To be sure, traumatic events have been pounding away at American Jewry for years now – as a matter of fact, from 9/11 on. But few of us have taken them to heart. Something was happening and is happening in the world, but we choose not to see or hear. It’s easier to attribute everything to natural causes because then we can go on our merry way and indulge in business as usual.

U.S. Leaves Door Open For Internationalizing Jerusalem

Hillel Fendel and Chaim Silberstein / KeepJerusalem.org
Wednesday, August 31st, 2011

Full gas in neutral. With nearly built-in enmity on the part of the U.S. to the most basic Israeli positions regarding Jerusalem, it is no wonder our efforts to keep Jerusalem continue to run up against so many obstacles.

Coping With Irene’s Wrath: New Yorkers Tell Their Stories

Sandy Eller
Wednesday, August 31st, 2011

As Hurricane Irene barreled toward New York late last week, city officials, still smarting over what critics called a tentative response to the great blizzard of 2010, acted proactively, shutting down mass transit and ordering a mandatory evacuation in zones expected to be directly in the path of the massive storm.

Raising Jewish Children – Even When They’re Away At College

Rabbi Hershey Novack
Wednesday, August 31st, 2011

American Jews are known for the emphasis they place on academic success. Jewish professors populate America’s universities, and, respectively, Jewish doctors, lawyers and politicians help fill the nation’s hospitals, law firms and legislatures.

At the core of this success are generations of American Jewish parents who have encouraged their children to focus, work hard and succeed from kindergarten through college and graduate school.

Another UN Folly?

Jerold S. Auerbach
Wednesday, August 31st, 2011

Later this month the United Nations General Assembly is likely to recognize the state of Palestine (which the United States is expected to veto in the Security Council). This diplomatic charade will ignore long forgotten, but far more consequential, international decisions.

War, Terror And Revolution: Israel’s Special Vulnerability to Chaos (Part I)

Louis Rene Beres
Thursday, August 25th, 2011

Continuing turmoil in the Middle East and North Africa signals important and potentially catastrophic transformations. For Israel, the greatest danger stems from the interpenetrating and largely unpredictable effects of war, terrorism and revolution in the region. In essence, these plainly destabilizing effects could spawn an unprecedented and historically unique kind of chaos.

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