Dovid Efune of Algemeiner asks why none of the hundreds of beneficiaries of Sheldon Adelson’s largesse have spoken up to defend him.
Sure Adelson is rich, very rich, but in many ways he is the same as you and me. He strives not to pay more taxes then he legally owes, and is passionate about his opinions and beliefs on a number of matters. Unlike most of us however, he gives away a lot of his money in the service of what he believes will make the world a better place for his descendants to live in. Living by Ghandi’s idiom, “be the change you want to see in the world.”
Turkey is divided on what course to pursue in Syria, and the the ruling party’s ability to sell a more muscular policy is by no means guaranteed, writes Soner Cagaptay for the Washington Institute.
Times of Israel: Barak and Egyptian counterpart reportedly come to terms over Sinai offensive
Haaretz: Heading for an iceberg called Iran
Jerusalem Post: Groups to Obama: Denounce ‘radical’ rabbi support
New York Times: Debate: Has Support for Israel Hurt U.S. Credibility?
Washington Post: The Cordesman criteria
Wall Street Journal: Iran Opposition Leader Suffers Heart Attack
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