Category: The Jerusalem Post

Don’t watch – do something!

Feb 21, 1999

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Published in The Jerusalem Post on February 21, 1999
Our current election campaign is the best illustration of politics distorted beyond any degree of respectability and lowered to sub-basement levels because …

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Jihad against the Justices

Feb 14, 1999

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Published in The Jerusalem Post on February 14, 1999
I won’t be going anywhere near the old bus station in Jerusalem today, where the Radical Orthodox will be praying to God …

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Beware phony mysticism

Feb 7, 1999

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Published in The Jerusalem Post on February 7, 1999
In our increasingly irrational society nothing anymore is left to chance. There’s a mystical, pat and ready answer for every dilemma, every …

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Invoke-not the Holocaust

Jan 31, 1999

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Published in The Jerusalem Post on January 31, 1999
The Nazis are back – in our overheated political rhetoric, that is. In the polemic free-for-all into which our politics is degenerating, …

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Maintain academic standards

Jan 24, 1999

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Published in The Jerusalem Post on January 24, 1999
The academic world and the Ministry of Education clashed twice over the past two weeks, raising questions regarding the future of Israeli …

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Re-educating our politicians

Jan 17, 1999

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Published in The Jerusalem Post on January 17, 1999
Our prime ministerial candidates have it all wrong, heading out on the stump. Last week, Shahak shopped for votes in the shuk; …

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Shahak is no centrist

Jan 10, 1999

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Published in The Jerusalem Post on, January 10, 1999
I’m sorry to burst Amnon Lipkin-Shahak’s balloon so early in the campaign, but you can’t run for Prime Minister as a ‘centrist’ …

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The end of ideology

Jan 3, 1999

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Published in The Jerusalem Post on January 3, 1999
Just about the only ideology alive and well in our political system is “kisayology” — musical chairs of a sort — the …

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Crystal ball on 1999

Dec 27, 1998

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Published in The Jerusalem Post on December 27, 1998
 
Looking ahead into 1999, watch for the following:
 
Spring elections: 2,500 parties are running, alongside 97 candidates for
prime minister — none of them …

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The politics of defamation

Dec 20, 1998

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Published in The Jerusalem Post on December 20, 1998
And they’re off….! We’re in for one of the most divisive, negative election campaigns ever in our history. Of course, the politicians …

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