Editorials

What Does Moderation Mean?

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Iran’s new president-elect, Hassan Rowhani, says he seeks a “dialogue with the world.” And the 64-year-old cleric says his country should show “greater transparency”...

A Revered Jewish Agency Closes

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When the Jewish Education Services of North America (JESNA) closes its doors at the end of the month, it will be a quiet end...

What Peacekeepers Are — And Are Not

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On June 6, when the Syrian army retook the Kuneitra crossing on the Golan Heights from anti-government rebels, it crossed into the demilitarized zone...

The Unclear Message In The Telephone Data

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Reaction to revelations that the U.S. government is secretly collecting data from an estimated three billion phone calls a day as well as from...

The Search For Truth In The Argentina-Iran Commission

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On May 29, Argentine special prosecutor Alberto Nisman accused Iran of infiltrating South America and setting up sleeper cells, similar to the one that...

Frank Lautenber

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Last week, Sen. Frank Lautenberg (D-N.J.) was honored by Hillel at its annual dinner in New York City. He was cited for a lifetime...

When Public Prayer Crosses The Line

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It is a longstanding American custom to begin public meetings with a prayer. For some participants, the ritual serves as a reminder of the...

Leading When Things Go Wrong

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Much of the current controversy surrounding the 15-year, $57 million fraud against the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany is focused on the...

Russian Roulette In Syria

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Over the last two weeks, Russia has again demonstrated that it considers Syria’s government a vital ally, a strategic asset and a regime worth...

The New Orlando Magic

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Many American universities share the common problems of insufficient student housing and inadequate funding for their Hillel student centers. As recently reported by JTA,...