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All too often, when I ask campus organizations that are pro-Israel and deeply Zionist why they avoid using the “Z-word” in their messaging and literature, I’m … more
Salad days are really and truly here. We have survived another winter, made it through snowstorms and frigid temperatures, viruses, a bad flu epidemic and more. We ate heartily and filled our bodies … more
There is a little known test that officer cadets undergo in one form or another during Infantry Officer’s training that they almost always fail, which is precisely the point. It takes many … more
One of the fascinating midrashim on parsha Shemini pictures Aharon, the Kohen Gadol, brother of Moshe, leader extraordinaire, hesitating before going to fulfill his sacred duty, because on the … more
There is a tragic account of the last moments of Grigori Zinoviev, the Russian Bolshevik leader of Jewish descent who was executed by Stalin in 1936. According to the historian Donald Rayfield, on … more
Within hours of the attack, a consensus of talking heads and internet commentators concluded that it was Israel that bombed a Syrian military base. That consensus is probably correct, but if it was … more
When Hamas organized a “March of Return” on March 30, like the producers of a theatrical production, leaders of the terrorist group and their foreign enablers waited to see the returns … more
Sometimes you hear about someone only after he or she has left this world, and you so badly wish you had had the opportunity to meet them face to face in their lifetime. So it was for me this past … more
At its Yom Ha’atzma’ut event this Wednesday evening, the Young Israel of Woodmere will hear former Senator and vice presidential candidate Joseph Lieberman discuss “Reflections on … more
Recently the issue of high quality secular education in New York state’s non-public schools came to the fore when Boro Park state Senator Simcha Felder forced through legislation that may lower … more
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