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Life Cycle Events and Distance

Ann Novick
Wednesday, March 15th, 2006

I’ve been writing about the joys and heartbreaks of dealing with life-cycle events that occur far from the home of the chronically ill person.

The Persecution Of Israeli Heroes By Israeli Academic Leftists

Steven Plaut
Wednesday, March 15th, 2006

In the campaign in the UK to organize an academic boycott of Israeli universities, led by the British Association of University Teachers (AUT), it turned out that University of Haifa faculty member Ilan Pappe was the driving force, seeking to create a boycott of his own university. That campaign ultimately fizzled and failed.

Letters To The Editor

Letters to the Editor
Wednesday, March 15th, 2006

To Err Is HumanPlease allow me to use this space to apologize to readers for my faux pas in my Purim front-page essay (“Purim: Agony and Ecstasy,” March 10). The Hebrew year as appears in the opening feature of the essay should have read 5583 rather than 5183 (making it 1823 instead of 1423); likewise, […]

Government’s Obligation To Protect Religious Citizens

Eliot Spitzer
Wednesday, March 8th, 2006

It is government’s job – and it is my job – to make sure that Orthodox Jews and other religiously observant citizens are not punished because of those choices.

Quick Takes: News From Israel You May Have Missed

Aaron Klein
Wednesday, March 8th, 2006

While Acting Prime Minister Ehud Olmert has during the past few weeks directed large numbers of Israeli forces to demolish several isolated West Bank Jewish homes deemed illegal, a report newly released charges that Jerusalem’s city hall deleted files documenting hundreds of illegal Arab building projects throughout eastern sections of Jerusalem. Aryeh King, chairman of […]

Letters To The Editor

Letters to the Editor
Wednesday, March 8th, 2006

Seidenfeld Yahrzeit This Shabbos marks the first yahrzeit for the four Seidenfeld children of Teaneck who perished in a fire. Philyss Seidenfeld, the mother of the children, has requested that as many individuals, communities and shuls as possible learn on that day in memory of the children and as an aliyah for their neshomos. The […]

What If It Should Really Happen? How Nuclear War Could Begin In A Very Bad Neighborhood (Conclusion)

Louis Rene Beres
Wednesday, March 8th, 2006

It is exceedingly unlikely, but not entirely inconceivable, that Israel would ever decide to preempt enemy state aggression with a nuclear defensive strike. While circumstances could surely arise where such a defensive strike would be completely rational, it is enormously improbable that Israel would ever permit itself to reach such dire circumstances. To wit, and following Project Daniel, Israel will assuredly not allow Iran to proceed to the stage of an assembled nuclear weapons capacity.

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