Professor Camil Fuchs, who has been a valuable contributor to Rosner's Domain for the past year, is a veteran Israeli statistician. He is a Professor of Statistics at Tel Aviv University, where he has also served as head of the Department of Statistics and Operations Research, and...
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After the 1967 Six-Day War, much of the radical left in the West predicated its militant anti-Zionism on the illusory notion that the Palestinians represented a revolutionary and “progressive” vanguard that could one day mobilize the Arab masses in the cause of social revolution....
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August 17, 2006 | 8:00 pmThe Left
Gary Wexler ("Left-Leaning Jewish Groups Out-of-Touch Now," Aug. 4) ought not to be surprised by the wrath of his former compatriots in last week's Letters to the Editor. It is the standard fury against an apostate.
Instead, he is to be commended for doing what too few of...
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For years, American Jews, including liberals, have watched in astonishment as Europe's left-wing media, academic and political elites have turned decisively against Israel and, to some extent, Jews, as well.
Now it may well be America's turn, at least according to a recent survey by...
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When it comes to politics in Israel, left and right rarely agree. In a country where even sports teams are aligned with political parties, there is
one issue that should unite Israelis and their American supporters from across the political spectrum: the need to foster opportunity...
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Can you think of someone who used to live in your neighborhood or went to your school but moved away? How did you feel when they moved? Was the person who left someone who did nice things for people? Was he or she helpful?
Inventive? Was it fun to play with that person? Then you...