Editorials

Israel @ 73

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It has been 73 years since the state of Israel made its historic declaration of independence to establish a homeland for the Jewish people....

A grab bag of necessities

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President Joe Biden’s transformational infrastructure proposal brings to mind the Talmudic idiom, “If you grab for too much, you’ll get nothing.” The $2 trillion...

Don’t forget Jordan

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Amid the hoopla surrounding the Abraham Accords, the fireworks accompanying the U.S. Embassy’s move to Jerusalem, the frustrating stalemate with the Palestinians and the...

Another ‘Other’

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In the last year, Asian Americans have suffered at least 3,795 hate incidents. The upsurge in this disturbing trend seems to stem from some...

Israel in stalemate

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One week after Israel’s fourth national election in two years, the country remains in political gridlock. As in previous rounds, in addition to the...

What if the sea waters had not parted?

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The problem is severe. In the four months from October 2020 through February of this year, 29,792 unaccompanied minors have crossed the southern U.S....

Jewish War Veterans at 125

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It was on March 15, 1896, on a cold day in New York City, that 63 Jewish veterans of the Civil War gathered to...

It is time for voting rights compromise

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The underlying intent of the For the People Act, also known as H.R. 1, which was introduced by Maryland Democratic Congressman John Sarbanes, is...

The International Criminal Court

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No one favors genocide, war crimes, crimes against humanity or wanton aggression. Despite that near-universal revulsion, few want the International Criminal Court to investigate...

A step toward religious freedom in Israel

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Last week, Israel’s Supreme Court ruled 8-1 that non-Orthodox conversions must be recognized for purposes of citizenship under Israel’s Law of Return. The decision...