Monthly Archives: April 2009

Yiddish roots in Israel

My Father’s House; My Mother Tongue Film: Israel Comes to Grips with Its Yiddish Roots By Rukhl Schaechter, Jewish Daily Forward, Published April 07, 2009, issue of April 17, 2009. On April 7, the eve of Passover, Israeli television did … Continue reading

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Forget two states, find alternative

Time to think out of box As two-state solution distances, we must find ways to end Palestinian inequality By Dror Ze’evi, YNet News, April 13, 2009 The first step is to free ourselves of the two-state dogma and realize that … Continue reading

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Deja vu anti-semitism

Bad News for Israel: Obama Gets Cozy with the United Nations The ideological alliance between the intelligentsia and the underclass in their mutual embrace of anti-Semitism is being repeated today throughout the West. Posted By Abraham H. Miller On April … Continue reading

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Excusing Palestinian child-killers

Our World: Appeasing child killers By Caroline Glick , THE JERUSALEM POST, Apr. 6, 2009 It takes a special type of person to murder a child. And it takes a special type of society to support such behavior. Palestinian society … Continue reading

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Show gratitude for the positive

‘Dayenu’: Pessah’s unbridled enthusiasm By Stewart Weiss , THE JERUSALEM POST, Apr. 6, 2009 DAYENU TRIES to change our focus and says,”Enough!” Stop concentrating on the empty half of the glass; instead, appreciate the part that is full. Stop looking … Continue reading

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No outrage when Jews are slaughtered

Where’s The Outrage? Gary Rosenblatt, Jewish Week, April 3, 2009 What’s particularly sad about the latest tragic terror attack in Israel is that there doesn’t even seem to be much outrage among our own people when an innocent Jewish teenager … Continue reading

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Peace comes from strength

Finally, harsh realism from Israel By Jeff Jacoby, Boston Globe Columnist  |  April 5, 2009 The steeper the price Israel has been willing to pay for peace, the more it has been repaid with violence: suicide bombings, rocket attacks, kidnapped … Continue reading

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Questions for children

The Magic of the Four Questions By Yehudis Karbal, Chabad.org, April 05, 2009 The educational power of questioning works in the reverse too; not only by encouraging children to ask and explore, but also by training ourselves to ask productive … Continue reading

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