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There was also a plan for Friedman to visit Hebron, but it was rejected for security reasons.
“Perhaps the most difficult tasks I have as the US Ambassador to Israel is that of consoling victims of terror."
“He has no right to hurt anyone, and I condemn what he has done and call on him to turn himself in.”
Ariel University struggles to get permissions to open a medical school.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
In every heart, there is room for only one great pain.
By GILAD SHARON
Five days after three Israeli teenagers were abducted by Islamic terrorists, there was still silence from EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton.
By BATSHEVA NEUER
Many of the commandments handed down at Sinai have parallels in Mesopotamian law, and this applies particularly to those in the Order of Mishpatim, whose regulations are referred to by scholars as the Covenant Code.
By STEPHEN GABRIEL ROSENBERG
It almost seems as if in recent years our greatest source of pride in the economy is the sale of Israeli companies to overseas interests.
By JPost Editorial
As the state and the Church prepare together for the pope’s visit in two months, it is incumbent on us to examine whether we act, speak and write in good faith.
By FAYDRA L. SHAPIRO
A couple of dozen convicted murderers are the ones dear to the Palestinians’ hearts? This is who we’re supposed to be making peace with?
By Jerusalem Post Readers
THERE ARE moments in life when people perceive Divine Providence, and this, for me, was one of them.
By HILLEL S CHEINFELD
In the case of McDonald’s recent decision to boycott the settlement of Ariel, the hamburger is the message.
I ask those who wish to protest to reconsider their decision. I see no good reason to needlessly provoke the president.
By JERUSALEM POST READERS
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