Category: The Jerusalem Post

Time to Chill Out

Dec 14, 1997

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Published in The Jerusalem Post on December 14, ‏1997
Imagine a Sunday morning without breathless news bulletins about the ‘clash’ scheduled to take place later that day in a ‘critical’ cabinet …

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Misjudging the Jewish Community

Nov 30, 1997

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Published in The Jerusalem Post on November 30, 1997
New York…….What started as a Jewish family fight has become a dangerous diplomatic game. The Conversion Law dispute is now impacting negatively …

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The Politics of Anti-Semitism

Nov 16, 1997

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Published in The Jerusalem Post on November 16, 1997
Is the struggle against anti-Semitism around the world Israel’s fight? For close to thirty years the official answer to this question was …

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Candles for Rabin

Nov 9, 1997

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Published in The Jerusalem Post on November 9, 1997
Something has gone amiss with the Yitzhak Rabin memorial effort. I know this because a quick check among some 40 friends and …

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Jewish Unity Back from the Brink

Nov 2, 1997

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Published in The Jerusalem Post on November 2, 1997
The Reform movement provided us with a fascinating political drama last week, and came out behind. Their US leadership delegation, here to …

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Crippling Ourselves

Oct 12, 1997

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Published in The Jerusalem Post on October 12, 1997
Something is foul in our military/intelligence complex, and as a result Israel’s deterrent ability is eroding perilously.
 
Consider the litany of recent serious …

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The Ghost of Peres

Oct 5, 1997

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Published in The Jerusalem Post on October 5, 1997
Shimon Peres is back to haunt the Labor Party. Last week he took to the airwaves to berate his successor, Ehud Barak, …

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Spiritual Stock-Taking

Sep 28, 1997

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Published in The Jerusalem Post on September 28, 1997
How does a Jew do “* cheshbon nefesh *”? Beat his breast and repent for his sins? No. He reaches over to …

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Shas Rules

Sep 21, 1997

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Published in The Jerusalem Post on September 21, 1997
The annual ritual of uncertainty surrounding the extension of Daylight Savings Time (DST) is becoming annoying. The Shas politicians who rule the …

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Despite It All

Sep 14, 1997

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Published in The Jerusalem Post on September 14, 1997
Dear Mom,
You ask how we can go on like this, with tragedy after tragedy hitting us daily. You question the wisdom of …

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