Publications Archives

NETANYAHU’S DILEMMAS

In recent weeks Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu has time and again informed the world that very soon an agreement will be signed regarding a second redeployment of Israeli forces on the basis of the Hebron Agreement of January 1997, which he himself signed with the Palestinians.

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PRESIDENT AND PREMIER

Israel has been plunged into what might turn out ot be its gravest constitutional crisis by President Ezer Weizman’s public declaration athat Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu ought to call for the dissolution of the Knesset and the holding of premature general elections.

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ISRAEL’S WORKERS VOTE

There was little surprise when Amir Peretz was elected Chairman of the Histradut, Israel’s General Federation of Labor, in this past June’s election.

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GOLDA AT 100

WAS IT WORTH IT?

In a few months, I shall celebrate my 60th year in Israel.

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FROM OPEN ENROLLMENT TO REMEDIATION

In New York City and previously in California the racial fires are burning hot again.

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HERSEY’S WALL REVISITED

John Hersey, PUlitzer Prize novelist and author of 25 books, including The Wall, died in Key West, Florida on March 24, 1993, at a time when the newspapers and televsion were full of publicity…

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LORD GEORGE GORDON

For all the feroicty of the attack upon religion made by teh advocates of the Age of Enlightement, the eighteenth century remained at heart a religious era.

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THE LZA CONVENTION HIGHLIGHTS

LIONHEARTS: Heroes of Israel

On the occasion of Israel’s 50th anniversary, a large number of celebratory volumes has appeared this year.

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