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Think about it: Netanyahu and some thoughts toward Yom Kippur
What does Prime Minister Netanyahu really think about his son Yair’s irresponsible and sometimes outrageous tweets?
Think about it: The Gordian knot of haredi military enlistment
The haredi position on the draft law seems relatively straightforward.
As I see it: Britain’s alarming antisemitism problem
There is currently much disquiet over the Labour Party’s conspicuous failure to address significant antisemitism within its ranks.
UN World Tourism Organization nixes PA membership bid
Israeli diplomats had attempted to pressure the agency to reject the Palestinian bid.
Think about it: The High Court of Justice and government-Knesset relations
The court decided to require the Knesset to return to the stage at which the fault had occurred in the legislative process.
Chief rabbi rage: A toxic clash of religion and politics
Amar, who referred to non-Orthodox Jews as “cursed” and people “who do every injustice in the world,” expressed himself in an exceptionally inappropriate manner for a man who holds an official title a ...
From the Olympic village to global jihad
It was the first time an international event was hijacked by terrorists. It was not the last.
Right from wrong: The downside of victory
n general it is much easier to be a critic than a champion, because all positions are flawed in some way.
My word: From Herzl to the Zionists’ dogs
The anniversary of the First Zionist Congress has produced much pontification on what the Zionist visionary would have made of today’s State of the Jews.
On the wrong side of America’s culture war
If anyone is “lacking in moral leadership and empathy” for the victims of hatred, it’s surely the liberal rabbis.
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