Lee Kravitz is the author of the memoir Unfinished Business and the former editor in chief of Parade magazine. Previously, he was founding editor of React magazine and an editorial director of Scholastic Inc. Kravitz is president of Youth Communication, a publisher of writing by...
The West Bank and Gaza: Give economics a chance
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Calendar October 25-31
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Letters to the editor: Yom Kippur, Eid, Peace Now and Jews against evil
Jerusalem bus ads featuring young women in prayer shawls vandalized
Poll: Most Israeli Jews oppose Palestinian State on 1967 lines
L.A.-Eilat task force kicks off with water meeting at City Hall
Tag: Jewish Renewal
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This crime hasn’t any impact on my feelings for Israel (“Does the murder of Muhammad Abu Khdeir Make You Doubt Israel? It Should,” July 11). The national response to the crime might. But not the crime itself.
If the sentiment to kill Palestinians because they are...
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Give shalom a chance!
Give diplomacy with Iran a chance!
That is not just a slogan. We need to act on it, because others are acting against it – trying to torpedo diplomacy. And they might win, unless we act.
If they do win, they will actually make it more...
July 5, 2007 | 8:00 pm
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Hamas Kills Off Its 'Mickey Mouse'
Hamas plans to replace the Mickey Mouse look-alike that was killed off in its controversial children's program.
Reuters this week quoted producers at Hamas' Al-Aqsa Television as saying that Farfur, which drew international...
February 8, 2007 | 7:00 pmCafe Danssa
The article written by Karla Blume about her family business was poignant, warm, loving ("Silence Replaces Music at Folk Dancing Mecca," Feb. 2). I wish I could have visited Cafe Danssa. Although I am a ballroom dancer, I mourn the loss of any dance venue.
January 25, 2007 | 7:00 pm