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Death Of A Madman

Wednesday, January 6th, 2010

It’s rare that a major story we cover comes to such a complete and sudden end, as in the case of the U.S. Holocaust Museum shooting last June.

 

Why are pro-Israel groups so quiet about U.S. arms sales to Arab countries?

Have pro-Israel groups in Washington essentially thrown in the towel when it comes to big U.S. arms sales to Arab countries?  It depends on who you ask. The issue has relevance this week because of a Ha'aretz story  about growing concern in Israeli military circles about big new U.S. sales to Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Jordan and the United Arab Emirates  of weapons like bunker-busting bombs and anti-ship missiles.  Concern, maybe. But once again pro-Israel groups in Washington, renowned for their political muscle, aren't doing much. At least publicly.

Night At The Museum: 6,000,001

Wednesday, June 10th, 2009 The minute that news of the shooting got out, the first thing that many were getting ready to say is that we shouldn’t blame all Islamic supremicists Moslems.  

Riverdale Four Get Top Terrorist Lawyer

Friday, June 12th, 2009

Manis & Yitz

Tuesday, June 16th, 2009

The Rebbe On War, Enemies, and Negotiating Land

Tuesday, June 16th, 2009 In light of the controversy over Manis Friedman’s remarks about the Jewish way to wage war against Arabs, here’s something from Chabad.org about how the Lubavitcher rebbe approached the same question, years ago. It was originally posted during Israel’s war in Gaza. (Click HERE for original page) Should I Pray For The Death Of Terrorists? By Tzvi Freeman Question:

Why Do They Hate Us? Maybe Obama’s A Bully

Friday, June 19th, 2009 One of the major complaints by the radical left against the Bush administration was that it was too uniltaral in its foreign affairs, it didn’t take advice from other countries, and the left often pointed to polls showing that support for the United States fell to new lows under Bush.   How’s Obama doing?  

Jailhouse Rav

Friday, June 26th, 2009 While telling prison stories, it’s a good time to remember my late friend, Rabbi Irving Koslowe, for many years the dean of New York’s prison chaplains. Here’s a piece from 1999, when the chaplain left Sing Sing for the final time.  

Swedes Never Miss An Opportunity To Miss…

Sunday, June 28th, 2009 American Jews used to be so proud of Abba Eban. He was less adored in Israel, and even less so in Europe. Just this week, a paper headlined, “Abba Museum Flops As Swedes Show Little Interest.”
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