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Israel returns bodies of Har Nof terrorists
New construction approved in East Jerusalem
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June 19, 2008 | 2:35 pmThe way to see Israel, I finally learned after two years of living there and umpteen visits, is by helicopter. We were five journalists whizzing south from Hertzliya, several-hundred feet in the air. Our guide was Marcus Sheff, a former journalist who now runs something called The...
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September 28, 2006 | 8:00 pmWe love to play Jewish Geography. Whenever we meet a fellow Jew for the first time, we try to find mutual people or places we might have in common.
I was leading a Jewish history tour to Prague when our group encountered a group of seniors from Israel. We immediately began to...
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"The New Geography: How the Digital Revolution Is Reshaping the American Landscape," by Joel Kotkin. (Random House, $22.95)
Joel Kotkin, a senior fellow at both Pepperdine University Institute for Public Policy and Milken Institute and a research fellow at the libertarian Reason...