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Jewish And Non-Jewish Landscape Isaak Levitan, Thomas Cole And George Inness

He sits somewhat accusingly atop a stamp issued in Russia, remembering the 50th anniversary of his death in 1950.

Memorial Day – Efrat 2004

There we stood, my husband and I, on the darkened mirpeset (balcony) of our home. It was 8:00 p.m. Our mirpeset overlooks the valley which marks the boundary of Efrat. In the distance is the road leading south to Kiryat Arba and Hevron, and north to the holy city of Yerushalayim.

Is This Something To Parade About?

Dear Rebbetzin Jungreis: I am writing to you from Jerusalem. My family and I made aliyah 15 years ago. One of the reasons why we took this step was because we wanted our children to be raised and nurtured in the holy air of Jerusalem, in a Torah atmosphere, and above all, to share in the incredible return of our people to the land.

Second Guessing G-d

In my last column I wrote of the anguish and sorrow that fills the hearts of our brethren in Israel nowadays, and I wrote of the all-too-real curses that are enumerated in Parashat Ki Tavo. There is one curse however, that at first glance, may be difficult to understand, but if you take a moment to think about it, you will realize how poignantly it speaks to us: "And it shall be, if you will not hearken to the voice of the L-rd your G-d to observe and perform all His commandments and all His decrees that I command you today, then all His curses will come upon you and overtake you" (Deuteronomy 28:58).

Promise Anything And Go About Your Business

How did it come to be that the Palestinian Authority, which is required, by the "road map" it signed onto "unconditionally," to dismantle Hamas and other specifically identified terrorist groups, has declared that it will not disarm them, agreeing instead to a ceasefire in place and also offering them a place in their government?

Misreading The Road Map

The July 4th holiday having thrown the Monitor off schedule, this week's column is placed in the capable hands of HonestReporting.com.

Letters To The Editor

Angry In The HeartlandI realize this will be offensive to some of your readers. As a Christian, I must say it for those Jews...

The “Empowerment” Rhetoric

From the very first moments of Abu Abbas' assuming the post of Palestinian prime minister, there began a mindset on the Left and around the world to invest him, mantra-like, with thecapacity to reinvent the Palestinian agenda from one pursuing the destruction of the Jewish state to one of peaceful coexistence.

Same Old Stuff?

By any standard, the moment of truth for the "road map" has arrived.

Letters To The Editor

Road Map To JordanOriginally, today's "Palestinians" were nomadic, itinerant laborers who were imported into the Jordan River region by the Ottoman Turks in the...

Slippery Slope To Oslo

As the "road map" process inches forward, there are eerie reminders of the failures of the Oslo "peace process."

Where Are The Moms And The Dads? (Continued From Last Week)

Special Note: For the past few weeks, we have been discussing the sad state of little children who are abandoned to the care of maids.

Abu Mazen Now On Notice

Even as the so-called road map is now formally upon us, it is hardly necessary for The Jewish Press to once again go on record in opposition to the establishment of a Palestinian state.

Terror Still The Palestinian Weapon Of Choice

The brazenness of Abu Mazen is startling. He will not, he is widely reported to have said, doanything to stop Hamas and the other terrorist groups unless Israel accepts the "road map" - with its requirement of an immediate cessation of Israeli anti-terror activity in the West Bank and Gaza - as is and begins to implement its provisions.

The Latest In Kosher Food

In honor of the beginning of summer, we decided to take the search for the perfect snack on the road and see what we could find along the East Coast.

Spinning Reality

There is no question that many everyday Palestinians experience disruption in their daily lives because of Israeli security measures against infiltration. It could not be otherwise but that Israel's need to restrict terrorist access to its citizens would also impact on the mobility of those workaday Palestinians. There also can be no question that the overhanging Palestinian terrorist threat is the reason for the stringent Israeli security measures. So, although we have come not to expect too much objectivity these days from The New York Times, the "paper of record" outdid itself on Tuesday. For The Times, the only story to be told about Israel's security measures was the impact they are having on Palestinian civilians.

Stay the Course, Mr. President

President Bush's heretofore steadfast message to Yasir Arafat - that the Palestinian leaders' abandonment of the peace table in favor of the battlefield will not be rewarded - is consistent with what we continue to believe is the only road to peace.

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