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JEWISH FRONTIER UPDATE

The preceding article provides an introduction to and update of the ambitious strategic plan adopted by the Labor Zionist Alliance?now renamed Ameinu?at its national convention in New York last year and now being implemented under the leadership of national president Kenneth Bob and executive director Jamie Levin

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DEMOCRACY IS BUSTIN OUT ALL OVER, OR IS IT?

The Bush administration speaks endlessly of a great breakthrough in its struggle to bring ?freedom and democracy? to the oppressed of the world.

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CONFERENCE CALL WITH AMI AYALON

My parents came to Israel in the 1930s. My father was an illegal immigrant and my mother came as a child to study in Jerusalem. Together, they helped to create a kibbutz in the Jordan Valley.

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CATCHING UP WITH ISRAEL

Why did Ameinu call its winter ?04 mission ?Catching Up With Israel?? Don?t we Zionists already know all there is to know of significance about what?s going on in Israel?

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PHILIP ROTH AS A ZIONIST FABULIST

I am not an expert on Philip Roth. I do not pretend to have read all his work?nor liked everything I read. But I did read his most recent novel…

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HEBRON HORRORS

The Sharm el-Sheikh summit in February 2005 was a success by almost any reckoning. But let?s not get carried away.

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JOURNEY TO GUSH KATIF

Little suggests that only weeks remain for Ganei Tal, a religious moshav in southern Gaza.

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DISENGAGEMENT: A VIEW FROM THE HOME FRONT

Four weeks before the evacuation of Gaza began, a leading Israeli anchorman said that his station would be treating the impending disengagement as an Israeli story alone.

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GO TO NINEVEH

The book of Jonah, read in the synagogues every year on the Day of Atonement, has a lasting moral quality which overshadows all the scholarly discussions as to when and by whom it was written. The Cabbalists and early Christians…

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AMEINU LAUNCHES

Two years ago the predecessor of Ameinu, the Labor Zionist Alliance (LZA), began a process of self-evaluation and strategic planning to see how it could better serve the American Jewish community.

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