Category: The Jerusalem Post

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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Good Morning, Mr. President

Dec 13, 1998

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Published in The Jerusalem Post on December 13, 1998
As you wake up this fine Sunday morning in a beautiful room overlooking the sun-drenched, golden walls of Jerusalem’s Old City, I …

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Try Jewish literacy

Nov 15, 1998

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Published in The Jerusalem Post on November 15, 1998
One key approach to repair of the fraying Israel-Diaspora relationship doesn’t find much of an echo on this week’s grand CJF/UJA General …

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Accept no blame

Nov 8, 1998

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Published in The Jerusalem Post on November 8, 1998
At first, I was dumbfounded by the provision in the recent Wye Accord which designates the CIA as chief judge, jury and …

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Nothing has changed

Nov 1, 1998

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Published in The Jerusalem Post on November 1, 1998
In the three years since the assassination of Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin, not much has changed. Our society has grown neither more …

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The ‘new’ Orthodoxy

Oct 18, 1998

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Published in The Jerusalem Post on October 18, 1998
I asked the tele-journalist Yaron London several days ago to define for me the core values which make-up the world-view of today’s …

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Ooom shmoom

Oct 4, 1998

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Published in The Jerusalem Post on October 4, 1998
Clinton pledged to minimize world economic turmoil. Tony Blair offered to host an international parley to close-out sources of funding for terrorists. …

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Beware the taxman

Sep 27, 1998

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Published in The Jerusalem Post on September 27, 1998
Zionism is dead. Aliyah is unimportant. Olim are useful, if at all, as a lucrative source of tax revenue. Pushovers for the …

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What to pray for

Sep 20, 1998

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Published in The Jerusalem Post on September 20, 1998
Fools are absolutely confident in themselves. They think there is nothing to pray for. But in reality, our health, happiness and security …

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