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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.”
What of Haman’s wife, Zeresh, and her deeds? Haman is troubled by a Jew and turns to his wife for advice, with disastrous results.
By JERUSALEM POST READERS
Very few people have been able to change Israel’s political face in such an impressive way. Nachman gave Samaria legitimacy in the eyes of Israeli society.
By RONEN SHOVAL
Ron’s heart had a way of growing stronger as time progressed. The more he
revealed his personal emotions, the more capable, bold and successful the man behind the machine became.
By AVI ZIMMERMAN
The upgrading of Ariel University's status to full-fledged university should be a cause for celebration, not infighting and threats of academic boycott.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
Israeli higher education has become ossified over the past 40 years with its out-of-date views of what it means to be a university. It is time to move on, for the benefit of all.
By LESLIE WAGNER
Brushing aside the public’s educational needs, security represents perhaps the lowest point in Barak’s self-centered career.
By ARI HAROW
The firing of the head of the civics curriculum was opposed by hundreds of leading educators and academics throughout Israel.
By DAVID NEWMAN
The budget crisis Israel is facing is not solely the product of global trends and “populist” spending.
By JONATHAN ROSEN
The real fear of Israel’s universities is that the university in Ariel spells the beginning of the end of their hegemony on social thought, culture and humanistic studies.
By YISRAEL MEDAD AND ELI POLLAK
Like the draining of the malarial swamps of yore, Ariel University Center represents the triumph of the Zionist dream.
By MARC ZELL
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