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Office of Government Ethics chief says White House Counsel's Office told him it had begun probe looking into allegations of conflict of interest.
A video released by the IDF in June appears to show Razan Najjar throwing a smoke grenade into an open area and announcing that she is offering herself as a human shield.
The editorial was an unusual move for a paper whose editorial board has, in the past, harshly criticized Israel and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Many of the cast remembers have said that they traveled to Israel to get a feel for the place, the people and the accent before taking on their roles.
By AMY SPIRO
The "Grey Lady" has a long history of selective coverage on Israel.
By JEROLD S. AUERBACH
As Michelle Alexander makes clear, for her and many others, silence in the face of more than 50 years of occupation and settlement expansion is no longer an option.
By MICHAEL FELSEN
The Hasmonean revolt was not a fundamentalist- religious movement sworn to the destruction of liberal Western ideologies.
By SHMULEY BOTEACH
As Jews, we have an obligation to support each other.
By BEN CHOUAKE
By DOUGLAS BLOOMFIELD
Misinformation matters because media outlets have great power. They shape the way we understand the world and, ultimately, drive our behavior.
By ADAM MILSTEIN
Turns out you don’t have to be young or naïve to be disheartened over perceptions of where Israel is heading.
By DAVID BREAKSTONE
In one fateful day, 200,000 Austrian Jews were caught in the jaws of the power-hungry, Jew-hating monsters to whom nothing was sweeter than Jewish blood.
By ERVIN BIRNBAUM
The ‘Times’ trip to Iran will set you back a minimum of $7,995, but the real question is how much will turning this aggressive state into another travel destination on par with Venice.
By BARBARA SOFER
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