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The National Committee for Labor Israel works to build support for and educate the public about the achievements of Israel, especially its labor sector. It is committed to strengthening ties among the Jewish community, the labor movement and Israel, and …
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Mr. President, throughout all of my adult life, I have traveled frequently to Israel. I have had the honor of knowing almost all of Israelâs principal leaders. As many Americans, though I am of the Christian faith, I have always …
It has been a most unusual period since the last issue of Jewish Frontier appeared, and the Israeli incursionâOperation Defensive Shieldâthat paralyzed world politics since then has done much to reveal the cliched âtrue colorsâ of the participants in this …
Today Israelis and Jews around the world should be celebrating the 54th anniversary of the founding of the state of Israel. As is the tradition in Israel, yesterday was the national memorial day for Israeliâs fallen soldiers. Although this is …
While on the way to his brethren, A new dream rose in Josephâs mind, That as a blossom in spring, Is beautiful and kindâ¦.
Remember the term âfuzzy math.â Itâs back. At least, it should be, because discussions about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict are full of it. Unfortunately, and sometimes even offensively, the math is essentially a body count used by all sides to explain …
Today it seems that being left of center or even the slightest bit critical of the status quo is met with scorn, disdain, and usually generous servings of ignorance. This is troubling and I thought I would explain by relating …
At the beginning of the third millennium, the Jewish people face a familiar argument, one that is being articulated in a new form across the globe, one thatâ€™s nothing less than a new form of anti- Semitism. In the past …
The Koran is part of my story. We Jews have known it well. Those who lived within the reach of the vast Muslim lands knew that not only their Jewish culture but their very lives depended on how the Koran …