Monthly Archives: July 2013

Jonathan Pollard: When is Enough, Enough?

Before I enter into the heart of this essay I wish to openly admit that I have been on a long, emotional journey regarding my attitude toward Jonathan Pollard.  Back in 1985, when it came to light that he had … Continue reading

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Releasing Prisoners with Blood on their Hands

In spite of Israel’s insistence that she would not agree to any pre-conditions for a resumption of peace talks with the Palestinian Authority, the government voted today in favour of releasing 104 security prisoners, and that prior to the first … Continue reading

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Peace Talks

Secretary of State John Kerry’s announcement this evening from Jordan of the resumption of peace talks between Israel and the Palestinian Authority is a remarkable personal achievement and testifies to his perseverance, powers of persuasion and commitment to the cause … Continue reading

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Can’t We Just Call It Evil?

Call it a grisly historical coincidence, but this year, Tisha B’Av corresponds to the nineteenth anniversary of the terrorist attack on the AMIA building in Buenos Aires. When the terrorists drove their explosive-laden truck into the communal center of Argentine … Continue reading

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