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July 31, 2008 | 1:00 amFlag Skirts
I was very interested in the subject matter of the young people of the United States going to Israel on the Birthright program (Cover, July 18).
However, am I the only paranoid Jew who found it offensive? Since when is it appropriate to drape a flag (from any country)...
July 24, 2008 | 12:49 am"The world is waiting to love America again" ran the title of a recent London Observer editorial anticipating Barack Obama's visit to Europe.
Love may be too strong a word to describe the world's feelings for America when George W. Bush was first sworn in as president, but not by...
July 9, 2008 | 10:05 pm
As the Bush presidency winds down, there are probably only two things that could make a difference in the November election. American forces could capture Osama bin Laden, or we could end up in a war with Iran.
Certainly, bin Laden's capture would be popular. The political...
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I’ve said it before, we—Jews—are family.
We are the children of Avraham Avinu (Abraham Our Father) and some of us are descendants of the first Jewish priest—the first Cohen—Aaron, brother of Moshe Rabbenu (Moses Our Teacher.)
It’s all there in Jon Entine’s cutting-edge new book,...
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