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Getting Anti-Semitism Wrong At The United Nations

UN Amb Prosor: Anti-Semitism “can even be found in the halls of UN disguised as umanitarian concern”

The Russian-Israeli Crisis over Syria Lacks an Exit Strategy

Israeli and Russian interests in Syria are colliding. Russia’s new posture is challenging Israel’s defensive campaign against Iran, and Moscow and Jerusalem have so far been unable to defuse the crisis.

Why this Christian Supports Israel

The people of Israel love what we Americans love and honor what we Americans honor. Israel is built on the rule of law. Its Declaration of Independence is modeled after ours. We are joined at the heart.

UJA-President, Alisa Doctoroff, and Her Radical Support of Palestinian Non-Violent Activism, And New Israel...

Doctoroff is a donor to New Israel Fund, an extreme left-wing org working against Israel's interests

An Open Letter to the Tufts Community on BDS and Israel

Tufts Student Senate, please come and visit Israel. Come and see the “Israeli Occupation.” Observe how modern ideas and technology improve the lives of millions irrespective of ethnicity or religion.

Curing Internet Addiction with Torah Novelties

Travel back to a time before smart phones, SMS and Facebook.

Our Anti-Semitism Ambassador’s Curious Silence Over Attacks On Jewish Holy Sites

For some reason, the US government's special envoy for combating Anti-Semitism does not seem to exhibit a sense of urgency in his response to Palestinian desecrations of Jewish holy sites.

When Dentists Become Terrorists

For many years, Palestinian cause supporters, especially in the media, have pushed the idea that poverty causes terrorism. Attributing terrorism to poverty offers an easy and incorrect excuse.

The US-Chanukah-Israel connection

Amb. Cooper highlighted the impact of the Chanukah/Maccabee spirit on America's Founding Fathers

The Best Of Both Worlds

A recent poll from CBS News found that the tightening economy is forcing people to make some tough choices. Alarmingly, these kinds of decisions are spilling over into an area where they don't belong -- health care. More than one in three Americans is delaying care. Around 30 percent are skipping screenings, tests, and other treatments. And 27 percent aren't filling their prescriptions.

The Exciting New World Of Jewish Webcasting

It seems likely that major communal institutions, such as the United Jewish Communities and local Federations, will be confronted with the question of whether there is a role for them in advancing communal values via Jewish webcasting.

HarperCollins’ Omission of Israel and Charlie Hebdo

Whereas we didn’t expect much from HarperCollins, we need to expect more from ourselves.

In Israel’s Election Campaign Telling the Truth Is against the Law

A number of radical leftist approached the chairman of the Central Election Committee...

How Will the Cookie Crumble? A Post-PA Scenario

If and when the Palestinian Authority (PA) collapses, Jordan will bear the greatest brunt of the resulting humanitarian crisis. Such a collapse will almost certainly lead to a mass exodus of Palestinians from Areas A and B.

Israel’s Political Circus In Full Swing

On October 15, the Knesset voted unanimously to dissolve itself. Elections will be held on January 22, 2013. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu decided to take the step after realizing he could not obtain a majority for his proposed budget.

When A Divided Jerusalem Became Whole

Today is Jerusalem Day, marking 49 years since the divided city, torn in two by Jordanian occupation, finally became reunited.

Sexual Choices

In Judaism sex is regarded as something wonderful, positive, and a gift of God.

The Derelict From Tikrit

When Jacob's sons Shimon and Levi butchered all the menfolk of Shechem, their father was terribly concerned that the vengeance would endanger him and his nation among the Canaanites.

Who Am I? Knowing your Real Face (Book)

On Facebook, young and old alike fool themselves into believing they are better than the person they see in the mirror.

‘I Want More’

An unhappy person cannot become happy by acquiring items. Happiness has to come from somewhere else.

Lessons From A Nest Of Welcome Robins

If the Shechinah feels a sense of welcome – Jews longing for its return to its earthly nest in Yerushalayim – it will speedily return for the third-and final-time.

Why Are Former State Department Officials Who Pressured Israel Speaking At A Zionist Event?

The Balfour Declaration affirmed the Jewish right to the Land of Israel. Yet lead conference speakers, Miller and Ross, have devoted much of their professional lives to undermining and restricting Israel’s rights to Jerusalem and Judea-Samaria.

The Crisis Of Meaning In Jewish Education

The parents of these children cannot understand the reasons for their children's lack of interest in Judaism.

The Unknown Soldiers of the Israeli Right

In these days of candidates, spinsters, and strategists, it’s comforting to know that there are people of action, known only to those who must know, swimming against the current of self-interest.

Love vs. Hate: Reflections on Israel’s Gay Pride Week and Iran’s Quds Day

A study in contrasts; Al Quds Day and the Pride Parade in Tel Aviv

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