Monthly Archives: April 2015

American Jews: don’t re-make your mistakes

You know that I think, and have said over and over, that the Obama Administration is the worst ever for Israel. Now a new poll shows that most Israelis, even those that identify as left-wing, agree with me: When it … Continue reading

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The real motive for Arab terrorism

On April 15, Khaled Koutineh, a resident of eastern Jerusalem who was angry about having been delayed at a checkpoint drove his car into a bus stop, killing Shalom Yohai Sherki, 25, and seriously injuring Shira Klein, a young woman. … Continue reading

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Independence and self-defense

Today is יום העצמאות, Independence Day, and I’m reading lots of articles about the significance of an independent Jewish state. “The meaning of independence in my view is, first of all, the ability to defend yourself,” said PM Netanyahu. On … Continue reading

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Can liberal US Jews be more patronizing?

Last week I wrote a message for American Jews on the occasion of Yom Hashoah. Now I have another one. It’s this: Can your leaders get any more patronizing? Here’s the latest from Rabbi Eric Yoffie, former President of the … Continue reading

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A message to American Jews on Yom Hashoah

Today is Yom Hashoah, Holocaust remembrance day. It’s a day to honor the Jews who fought their murderers and those who were unable to, and to note the dishonor of those who, while in no danger themselves, failed to act … Continue reading

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Putin and Obama destabilize Mideast

News item: The Russian president has repealed the ban prohibiting the delivery of S-300 missile air defense systems to Iran, according to the Kremlin’s press service. The ban was introduced by former President Dmitry Medvedev in 2010. … The decree … Continue reading

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Modern-day Red Guards hound professor

I was a college freshman in the US in 1960. Most students didn’t even have a stereo in their rooms, and female students had to be inside their (non-coed) dorms by 10:30 on weeknights. There were no personal computers, no … Continue reading

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The delegitimization industry

I just listened to an interview with Tuvia Tenenbom, author of Catch a Jew and I Sleep in Hitler’s Room. Although the interviewer talks far too much — I always wish they would just shut up and let the subject … Continue reading

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