Category: The Jerusalem Post

Fixing things

Aug 1, 1999

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Published in The Jerusalem Post on August 1, 1999
In this country, high politics revolve around security, peace and religious-secular relations. All the other, significant quality-of-life issues usually get bumped to …

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Undue euphoria on Syria

Jul 25, 1999

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Published in The Jerusalem Post on July 25, 1999
Peace is breaking out all over. Prime Minister Ehud Barak and Syrian President Hafez Assad are practically exchanging love notes through the …

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Support Orthodox feminism!

Jul 18, 1999

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Published in The Jerusalem Post on July 18, 1999
The feminist revolution is coming to Orthodox Jewry, slowly but inevitably. If the Orthodox rabbinate is smart it will engage and partner …

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The Haredi Revolution

Jul 11, 1999

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Published in The Jerusalem Post on July 11, 1999
Buried deep in the convoluted coalition-making and platform-drafting, a social revolution has been wrought. Ehud Barak’s government has negotiated a transformation in …

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The Rabbinical Racket

Jul 4, 1999

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Published in The Jerusalem Post on July 4, 1999
What is it about the Ministry of Religious Affairs that is worth clawing and slashing about? Why is control over the Ministry …

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Who will save Iranian Jews?

Jun 27, 1999

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Published in The Jerusalem Post on June 27, 1999
Khameni, Khatami, Kahrazzi, Jannati, Yazdi and Yunsi. I’ve lost track of all the feuding, power-struggling Ayatollah’s over there in Iran.
 
One thing I …

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A spoonful of cynicism

Jun 13, 1999

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Published in The Jerusalem Post on June 13, 1999
You know that you’ve been here a long time and become a real Israeli — when nothing in politics fazes you anymore; …

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Threatening us again

Jun 6, 1999

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Published in The Jerusalem Post on June 6, 1999
Who said last week that “settlement (in the West Bank) is an organized, criminal act of terrorism… a massacre against all human …

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Ten Commandments for Barak

May 23, 1999

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Published in The Jerusalem Post on May 23, 1999
The thunder and lightening of elections have past, bequeathing us the messy business of governing. Prime Minister-Elect Ehud Barak, may he prosper …

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God’s blank ballot

May 16, 1999

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Published in The Jerusalem Post on May 16, 1999
It took God a long time to make His decision.
 
Not that He didn’t know. God knows all. It was just that He …

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