Category: The Jerusalem Post

What’s to celebrate?

Feb 8, 1998

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Published in The Jerusalem Post on February 8, 1998
Three different chairman have resigned this month, one after another, from committee in charge of Israel’s fiftieth anniversary activities. This mess is …

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Dear Professor

Feb 1, 1998

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Published in The Jerusalem Post on February 1, 1998
Prof. Bernard Wasserstein
Center for Hebrew and Jewish Studies
Oxford University, England
 
Dear Learned Professor —
Thank you, I think, for allowing readers of The Jerusalem …

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Mobilize the Moderates

Jan 25, 1998

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Published in The Jerusalem Post on January 25, 1998
An pithy graffiti-artist has been busy this week making a ‘correction’ to the “One Nation; One Conversion” billboards that seem to be …

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Not-So-Holy Land

Jan 18, 1998

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Published in The Jerusalem Post on January 18, 1998
Prostitution and the selling of young women into sexual bondage, says The New York Times in a front page story this week, …

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Keeping political score

Jan 11, 1998

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Published in The Jerusalem Post on January 11, 1998
I’m having difficulty explaining to myself why we’re about to hand over more land to the Palestinian Authority. Let me tell you …

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Rebuff the Boycott

Jan 4, 1998

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Published in The Jerusalem Post on January 4, 1998
Beware! Lurking in your neighborhood supermarket is dangerous produce: wines, meats, cat food, plastic-ware and other sundry goods manufactured in the……settlements! Oy …

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Crystal ball on 1998

Dec 28, 1997

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Published in The Jerusalem Post on December 28, 1997
Looking ahead into 1998, here’s what to watch for:
* Oslo: This is the year Netanyahu gets flushed out. Does he really intend …

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Ayatollah-land

Dec 21, 1997

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Published in The Jerusalem Post on December 21, 1997
Have you ever heard of a place where ‘fundamentalists’ and ‘gangs’ in a ‘surging tide of extremism’, ‘spit’, ‘beat’, ‘vandalize’, ‘assault’, ‘attack’, …

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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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