Opinion

The Jew and the Nazi

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Ruth Velder Although my father, Eli Velder, was a captivating storyteller, he didn’t talk much about his experiences in World War II. The few stories...

A Year After Colleyville, the Jewish Community Rethinks Security

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Julie Platt | JNS When Malik Faisal Akram, a British Pakistani terrorist, took four congregants hostage at a small-town Texas synagogue a year this month,...

Teaching the Holocaust in the Arab World Has Its Pitfalls

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Lyn Julius | JNS Good news from the Gulf: The United Arab Emirates will teach about the Holocaust in its schools. It is only right...

Searching for My Romanian Roots

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Roberta M. Ward Since I was very young, I knew that my father was born in Jassy, Romania, the historical name of Romania’s second-largest city,...

Letters to the Editor: January 27

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Where Was He During the Years of Ongoing Abuse? It’s great that Pope Benedict XVI had deep respect for Judaism, but where was his deep...

In Support of a Consistent Arms-Sale Policy

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Turkey has long been a prickly ally. At the crossroads of Europe and Asia, it joined NATO, the West’s Cold War umbrella, in 1952...

Progress at the Jordanian Border

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There is a lot going on in Israel. And much of it complicates the job of diplomats posted there. The job of U.S. Ambassador...

Parshat Bo: Let My People Go! Pharaoh Eventually Acquiesces

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Pharaoh still refuses to let the Jews leave Egypt, so G-d brings more plagues on Egypt. In the eighth plague, a very strong wind...

The Year Iran Lost Normalcy

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Salem Al Ketbi | Israel Hayom via JNS The year 2022 has passed and the year 2023 has begun, and Iran is witnessing the longest...

It’s About Time to ‘Shackle’ Israel’s Supreme Court

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Nathan Lewin | JNS Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s new government ignited a domestic firestorm with the legislative proposal by Justice Minister Yariv Levin to...