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By NAFTALI BALANSON
By AMICHAI SHIKLI
By ALEX BENJAMIN
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
By EZRA ZUCKERMAN SIVAN
By JPOST EDITORIAL
The Justice Ministry’s Police Investigation Department has opened a probe into alleged police brutality.
By ODED TIRA
Iran violated the agreement by presenting a false presentation as an appendix to the contract.
By KENNETH BANDLER
Ending the overextended delay, appointing the special envoy, will clarify that mobilizing governments to take on antisemitism is indeed a US priority.
By ILANA FROMM
I discovered my homeland thanks to Birthright Israel … and a keychain.
By MANFRED GERSTENFELD,IRENE KURUC
The document goes on to say that France has become a theater of murderous antisemitism.
By SUSAN HATTIS ROLEF
There was nothing wrong with the Israeli reaction to the riots along the border, there is a lot wrong with the Israeli policy – or rather lack of policy – vis-à-vis the Palestinian population in Gaza
Gaza kite warfare has diverted attention from another ongoing, serious phenomenon: agricultural terrorism.
By OFER ISRAELI
The US leadership vacuum was exploited by Russia, are these times over?
By MENI EVEN-ISRAEL
After more than 3,000 years of following the rules, isn’t it time to understand why?
By DAN GRUNFELD
A famous saying in the aftermath of the Holocaust has been “never forget.” That approach is not good enough.
By IDO LEVY
As committed humanitarians, we often prefer to ignore the clash between our values and the need for security.
By HILLEL LIEBERMAN
If Jewish faith can be saved, the Shema has lessons we need to hear.
By AVIAD HACOHEN
The obligation to release a woman from her aguna status – is one of the greatest, and in the spirit of the visionary of the state of the Jews, we will also say “if you will it – she is free!”
By LEON HARRIS
Can a company deduct the expense of a trip for employees to a fancy hotel or restaurant on the Kinneret to learn about raft building, egg dropping or blind drawing?
By HAIM KATZ,SAM KATZ
How is the beautiful, elegiac, Book of Ruth that we are going to be reading on Shavuot impacted by the dryness and impersonality of the law?
By AARON KATSMAN
Only by tracking income and expenses can you start a realistic savings plan and start building wealth.
By YAAKOV KATZ
It is high time the IDF learns from these experiences.
By AMICHAI CHIKLI
There seems to be one thing we have almost forgotten – the crucial role that Judaism played in laying the conceptual foundation for liberal western thought, nationalism, human rights and democracy.
By KAREN HURVITZ
THE BIBLE should be a source of unity for all three monotheistic faiths that claim it as the basis of their faith – Judaism, Christianity and Islam.
By YECHIEL ECKSTEIN
The historic turning point in Israeli history could also not have taken place without the critical involvement of another group – evangelical Christians in America.
By AVITAL LEIBOVICH
To be honest, the Guatemalan move shouldn’t be a surprise to any one of us.
By ALAN DERSHOWITZ
Calling this the “dead baby strategy” may seem cruel, because it is cruel. But don’t blame the messenger for accurately describing this tactic.
By EZRA FRIEDMAN
The list goes on, and the specific licensing agreements, authorizations and people who will be placed on US lists and banned from economic activity is truly staggering.
By YUVAL CHERLOW
The bond between the Jewish people and God is perhaps the ultimate marriage, and Shavuot serves as an annual reminder of how this love remains ever-relevant in our lives.
By DAVID M. WEINBERG
What is Western support for “Israel’s right to exist within secure and recognized borders” worth if those borders cannot be defended?
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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