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UN Refugee Official: Deportation of Africans Unlikely

This article is reprinted with permission of the author and first appeared on 972mag.com Last Friday, a couple of days after the south Tel Aviv riot, I interviewed William Tall, representative in Israel of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees …

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The Tragedy and the Threat of African Refugees in Israel

This article is reprinted with permission of the author and first appeared on 972mag.com On Friday, with the headlines screaming of Eritreans raping a 15-year-old Israeli girl, I went with a photographer friend to the Hatikva neighborhood in South Tel …

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The McDonald’s Intifada

By Avi Glicksman I wrote this piece after returning from a two week stay in Israel. The primary purpose of my stay was to deliver a talk at the World Congress on Jewish Studies. Along the way I spoke with …

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Harvest of Sorrow

By Avi Glicksman In 1986 Robert Conquest published the book Harvest of Sorrow.  The book has become a classic in some circles.It tells the story of Stalin’s attempt to collectivize Soviet agriculture and how that policy lead to the death’s …

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Is Peter Pan Jewish?

Peter Pan is, of course, the boy who never grew up. He spends his time flying around having various adventures with persons good and bad. But is he Jewish? I wonder if Peter Pan is Jewish because his unwillingness to …

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