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For one of the New York Times’ most devoted readers, the front-page spread published on May 28 essentially accusing Israel of murdering Palestinian children was the final straw. Former … more
It didn’t have to end this way. In what may be only a matter of days, Benjamin Netanyahu’s unprecedented 12-year-run as prime minister of Israel looks to be coming to an end. Though … more
For those who think that the cause of social justice is not merely an element integral to Judaism but its main focus, this is a heady time. The Black Lives Matter movement and ideas like critical … more
As President Joe Biden gradually fills all of the approximately 4,000 federal positions that require a nomination from the White House — of which 1,200 require Senate confirmation — … more
The head of Israel’s Mossad intelligence agency and the government’s national security adviser is in Washington this week on an important mission that has failed even before it … more
On Dec. 11, 2008, one of the worst events to rock the organized Jewish world was revealed on the front pages of the nation’s newspapers. Few outside of the financial world had ever heard of … more
Has the Biden administration found a way to spite its predecessor and aid the Palestinians without breaking the law? The State Department thinks it has, and so do its cheerleaders in the … more
This letter was written by Sidney H. Krimsky, a resident of West Hempstead, in response to last week’s column by Jonathan S. Tobin that was titled, “Ignore Jonathan Pollard’s … more
It was a familiar story but with an unfamiliar conclusion. A Jewish student objected to the anti-Semitic slanders promoted by a student organization dedicated to Israel’s destruction. For … more
A comedian telling a bad joke that hurts someone’s feelings isn’t news. Or at least it didn’t use to be. But when the bad joke validates a lie that is fueling the latest … more
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