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Tom Friedman Vs Israel
Jason Maoz writes: Thomas Friedman, the New York Times foreign affairs columnist, proved once again last week that despite his non-stop insistence that he has Israel’s best interests at heart, he relishes nothing more than slinging mud at Israel and … Continue reading
Posted in Jason Maoz Tagged affairs columnist, Brandeis University, fit of pique, holocaust remembrance, israel forces, prime minister netanyahu Comments Off on Tom Friedman Vs Israel
The Meaning Of Sarkozy-Obama’s Exchange On Netanyahu
Ron Kampeas writes: WASHINGTON – Does Nicolas Sarkozy really hate Benjamin Netanyahu? Does President Obama really sympathize? And does it really matter? The fleeting, private exchange between the French and U.S. presidents at a summit in Cannes, France, made international … Continue reading
Posted in Barack Obama, Israel Tagged abraham foxman, anti defamation league, benjamin netanyahu, israel public affairs committee, prime minister netanyahu, public affairs committee Comments Off on The Meaning Of Sarkozy-Obama’s Exchange On Netanyahu
Do Israeli Rabbis Have Freedom Of Speech?
Here are some of my previous posts on this topic. Steven Plaut writes for the Jewish Press: In recent days, one of the most important domestic controversies in Israel has revolved around rabbinic opinions. The media are representing this as … Continue reading
Posted in Israel Tagged israeli jews, jewish neighborhoods, prime minister netanyahu, rabbi elyashiv, rabbi yosef, steven plaut Comments Off on Do Israeli Rabbis Have Freedom Of Speech?