Monthly Archives: April 2010

Scholarly discourse is betrayed

The Death Of Academic Discourse By: Richard L. Cravatts,  Ph.D., Jewish Press,  April 28 2010 University officials need to make clear their campuses will allow many different views and perspectives and not countenance the exclusion of unpopular thought from the … Continue reading

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Running for coexistence

Muslims, Jews, Christians do Bethlehem-Jerusalem run Interfaith race held Sunday from Church of Nativity to Davidson Center in Jerusalem with objective of promoting peace between people Ynet, April 29, 2010 It may sound like start of joke, but it’s true. … Continue reading

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Lag B’Omer

Picnics, Bonfires & Mysticism too By Mark Mietkiewicz, Jewish Ledger,  April 28, 2010 How can one day remind us of Judaism’s links to mysticism? Be a time to mourn and a time to dance? And also be an Israeli pilgrimage … Continue reading

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Arabs won’t stop Iran

The moderate Arab bloc – now you see it, now you don’t By Zvi Bar’el, Haaretz, April 28, 2010 The military exercises Iran held this week in the Persian Gulf were not exercises; they were part of a passive deployment. … Continue reading

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Both sides must learn tolerance

Yalla Peace: Stop saying tolerance By RAY HANANIA, Jerusalem Post, April 27, 2010 Until everyone starts accepting the other’s views, I’m not sure either side should be building museums of tolerance…The sad truth is, intolerance is rampant on both sides. … Continue reading

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Palestinians are not among neediest people

Palestinians are not among the world’s neediest people. Millions of other Muslims are among the neediest Compiled by Israel Zwick, CN Publications, April 27, 2010 Editor’s Note: While much of the world shows so much concern for the “plight of … Continue reading

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Innovative technology for autism

Son’s autism leads to innovation By Geoff Adams-Spink , April 23, 2010 Age & disability correspondent, BBC News website The father of a child with severe autism has developed technology to help him communicate. Stephen Lodge said the idea for … Continue reading

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Hezbollah has advanced missiles

Red sirens in the Middle East By Sami Moubayed, Asia Times, April 24, 2010 Simply put, Hezbollah does not need Scuds. The missiles are, according to military analysts, less sophisticated than the group’s current missiles, and although explosively powerful they … Continue reading

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