The Two-State Solution
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March 28, 2013 | 8:26 amDavid Suissa has been writing a brilliant monologue, telling Los Angeles Jews that Israel’s settlements are legal and Israel’s enemies are so very afraid. The problem with his monologue is that it will convince no one who is not already convinced.
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You’ve heard the slander before, no doubt. But what if it wasn’t a denigration? What if that was the point?
In a recent column on the religion Web site On Faith, Jonathan Sarna talks about how younger Jews have returned to a 100-year-old movement, that which marries Judaism with...
February 27, 2003 | 7:00 pm