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The Myth Of Visible Diversity

The Myth Of Visible Diversity

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It's time to start wearing our Jewishness on our sleeve.

Drugs: A Jewish Problem?

Drugs: A Jewish Problem?

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When a Jewish family needs help with drug abuse, where can they turn?

Park Versus Synagogue

Park Versus Synagogue

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A neighborhood petition taught me how the Torah encompasses all areas of existence.

The Responsibility of Wealth

The Responsibility of Wealth

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When all is said and done, all you're left with is the money you've given away.

The Significance of the Spanish Elections

The Significance of the Spanish Elections

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Another unfortunate example of classical appeasement.

The Cancer of Anti-Semitism in Europe

The Cancer of Anti-Semitism in Europe

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When civilized nations fail to rise up against the Jew-haters in their midst, it is often just a matter of time before the Jew-haters in their midst rise up against them.

Jews and Christians after The Passion

Jews and Christians after The Passion

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Are we supposed to ignore the irony that our strongest allies are now promoting a film that resurrects the charge of deicide?

Gibson's Blood Libel

Gibson's Blood Libel

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When you retell a story in which the role of the Jews is central and give it the most offensive, pre-Vatican II treatment possible, you can hardly claim, "I didn't mean it."

The Passion: The Movie and the Aftermath

The Passion: The Movie and the Aftermath

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Perhaps our best response to this Hollywood missionary effort is to look inward and take pride in the beauty of our own faith.

Mel Gibson and the Jews

Mel Gibson and the Jews

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His latest lethal weapon? Mel's film promises spiritual inspiration but instead evokes the kind of rage that for centuries past resulted in ruthless acts of retribution.

Never Again?

Never Again?

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Gas chambers. Poisoned food. Torture. Families murdered en masse. How much more do we need to know about North Korea's crimes before we act to stop them?

Life Itself

Life Itself

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In the Netherlands emotional pain is sufficient legal justification to assist in one's suicide. What is happening to the immeasurable value in human life?

Heroes

Heroes

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The Jews always honored their heroes, biblical or otherwise, without forgetting that they were human beings and subject to mistakes and failures.

A Picture of Life

A Picture of Life

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The present has become an elaborate excuse to take a picture for the future.

How Could She Do that to Me?!

How Could She Do that to Me?!

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Why do we take things so personally?

If There's Anything I Can Do

If There's Anything I Can Do

by Rebecca Bram Feldbaum

Practical ideas on how to help those who have suffered loss.

Justice and Saddam Hussein

Justice and Saddam Hussein

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There will be no justice for Iraq's former ruler.

A Tale of Two Crypts

A Tale of Two Crypts

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Jawad Amir Sayyid's story makes a powerful symbolic counterpoint to Saddam Hussein's capture.

Let's Do Lunch!

Let's Do Lunch!

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"How are you?" "I'll give you a call!" and other words we use to create the illusion of caring.

Caught in the Middle

Caught in the Middle

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Pulled between responsibilities towards one's children and one's aging parents, "the sandwich generation" have their own unique dilemmas.

Baseless Hatred

Baseless Hatred

by Keren Gottleib

When it comes to finding the negative qualities in others, our imagination becomes a veritable fountain of ideas. But finding the good in others takes so much thought and effort.

It's Already Broken

It's Already Broken

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If having possessions means living in fear and loss, we are not richer for them.

Inside the Tower

Inside the Tower

by Rabbi Chaim Baruch Gluck

A rescue worker looks back to that fateful day.

Blackout!

Blackout!

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Making light out of a very dark night.

Twice Burned

Twice Burned

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Although domestic abuse is totally abhorrent to Judaism, the Jewish community is not completely immune to it.

Confessions of a Television-a-holic

Confessions of a Television-a-holic

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I have decided to go without television for an entire week. And believe me, this is a big deal.

Judaism and Vegetarianism

Judaism and Vegetarianism

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Where's the beef? Examining the pros and cons.

Bar Mitzvah Motivators

Bar Mitzvah Motivators

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The concept of "bar mitzvah" has drifted incredibly far from its true meaning in these materialistic times.

The Truth About Jonathan Pollard

The Truth About Jonathan Pollard

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Pollard's life sentence is based on a humongous Washington whopper of a lie.

A Tribute to Senator Moynihan

A Tribute to Senator Moynihan

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Remembering a great friend of the Jewish people.

Dissolve the United Nations

Dissolve the United Nations

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The civilized world would be better off were the United Nations in its present form to disappear.

Universalism: Can Loving More Mean Loving Less?

Universalism: Can Loving More Mean Loving Less?

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The opposite of Universalism is community, not sectarianism.

Holiday From History

Holiday From History

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Will the civilized world disarm the barbarians who could cause the ultimate destruction?

Life, Death, and Purpose

Life, Death, and Purpose

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A former athlete insists that the most wonderful thing that ever happened to him was the swimming accident that left him a quadriplegic.

The UN's Moral Irrelevance

The UN's Moral Irrelevance

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The choice of one of the world's most repressive tyrannies to head the UN's main human rights body was a textbook illustration of the way the UN works.

The Truth about Television

The Truth about Television

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What they don't want you to know about television and videos.

Trent Lott's Moment

Trent Lott's Moment

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Each word and action is brimming with power. The trick is aiming in the right direction.

The Spy Who's Locked Into the Cold

The Spy Who's Locked Into the Cold

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It's time to release Jonathan Pollard.

Shaking Hands with the Opposite Gender

Shaking Hands with the Opposite Gender

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The ethicist of the NY Times gets it wrong.

The Snipers: Crazy or Jihadis?

The Snipers: Crazy or Jihadis?

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The jihad element cannot be so readily dismissed.

Jimmy Carter's Ignoble Prize

Jimmy Carter's Ignoble Prize

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A smug little group of Norwegian politicians continues to show disturbingly bad judgment in choosing the Nobel Peace Prize recipients.

A War Against What?

A War Against What?

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Only when "war on terrorism" becomes "war on militant Islam" can the war actually be won.

Against Moral Confusion

Against Moral Confusion

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In the war against terror, our moral clarity is as indispensable as our Special Forces and our F-16s. Let us resolve not to lose it.

Confronting Evil: Reflections on 9/11

Confronting Evil: Reflections on 9/11

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The heroes and villains of 9/11.

Condemning the Terrorists

Condemning the Terrorists

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September 11th and the danger of moral relativism.

Elbowing God Out

Elbowing God Out

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The ruling barring "under God" from the Pledge of Allegiance shares a similar hubris that contributed to the destruction of the Temple in Jerusalem.

The Land of Hope and Dreams

The Land of Hope and Dreams

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After September 11th, I decided to become an American citizen. Here's why.

Looking at the Horror

Looking at the Horror

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Revisiting a painful and, alas, timely issue: Should people watch the gruesome video of Daniel Pearl's brutal murder?

State's Terror Untruths

State's Terror Untruths

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This year's report on "Patterns of Global Terrorism" veers into unreliability and even falsehood. It's a dangerous document likely to harm the war on terrorism.

The TV Fix

The TV Fix

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Turn off the tube, turn on your mind.

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