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Since the beginning of 2018, 32 construction workers have been killed in on-site accidents and many more have been injured.
By MIKE EVANS
Members of the media have clearly shifted from reporting news to making news and working to sway listeners to their opinions.
By EMILY SCHRADER
Qatar’s agenda is obvious with Al Jazeera and all their platforms. The efforts to whitewash terrorism and minimize (even promote in Arabic) antisemitism.
By ORIT ARFA
In the wake of Ari Fuld’s death, my social media feed was overflowing with tear-jerking tributes
By TULY WEISZ
Whereas Americans used to request the Bible, they are now asking hotels to remove them.
By ALAN DERSHOWITZ
It was not necessary for Hannah Arendt to actually observe and listen to Eichmann because to do so would undercut her thesis.
By AIMEE KATZ
Rosh Hashanah is about a new year, new beginnings, and celebrating change – a huge reason why I’m here.
By JAUSHIEH JOSEPH WU
Taiwan’s tourists, experts and professionals are denied entry into UN premises simply because the UN does not accept the Republic of China (Taiwan’s) passport.
By EMANUELE G. DALLA TORRE
When I buy my own etrog (the citron fruit used on Sukkot), I prefer to purchase one that comes from Israel.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
The most influential Jews, Sukkot and municipal elections.
By ELIE PODEH
We will never know whether Rabin could have succeeded, but his assassination removed from the field a major player who could have made a difference.
By JESSE ARM
Stop trying to restrict students.
By DEXTER VAN ZILE
We can call the devaluation of manly courage and its knock-on effects in the West the “Great Emasculation.”
By RAMAN GHAVAMI
Many factors push Iran to increase its hostility.
By ASHAGER ARARO
The story of Avera Mengistu is far from political. It is the story of a son and a brother – a human being. It is heartbreaking and painful, and the silence surrounding it is tragic.
By STEFAN RADOJKOVIC
The goal is to retrieve a memory and to create the memory.
By EFRAIM ZUROFF
For the second time in three years, the Lithuanian authorities find themselves in a serious dilemma on Holocaust Memorial Day.
About the politics of the popular sport.
Like rats leaving a sinking ship, other countries have bailed on the deal with Iran. Oil prices have seen little variation, a sign of the president’s success.
By LARRY SNIDER
Violence on all sides continues most recently with a 17-year-old Palestinian fatally stabbing Ari Fuld who was living with his family in Efrat.
By ELY KARMON
The Israeli air attack was indeed a sensitive, if necessary, operation, near the Russian air base in the area and on the eve of the Jewish holy day of Yom Kippur.
By RAFAEL (RAFI) LEWIS
About three years ago, I was shocked to learn that the Israeli government decided to establish a new town for the Druze community on the southern slopes of the Horns of Hattin National Park.
By ASHER KOZMA
“It is foolish to identify majority rule with the essence of democracy and freedom.... In an ideal state, compromise between majority and minority should be a permanent rule.”
By DAVID M. WEINBERG
It may take a full-scale war, and it’s worth it, says General Amidror.
By DAVID BREAKSTONE
But this year, in an effort to keep Autonomies at bay, let us begin imagining what it might be like to invite instead those dissimilar to ourselves.
By EVELYN GORDON
By NEVILLE TELLER
By EVELYN GORDON
By LOUIS RENÉ BERES
By ROBERTA SANDLER
By LIAT COLLINS
By UZI SILBER
By CHRISTINE DARG
By KHALED DIAB
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