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Teenager will receive award for her ‘bravery and resistance’
Several well-known Israel advocacy figures took the government to task on Twitter in response to its ridiculous claims.
South African playwright Athol Fugard’s 1974 work ‘The Island’ contains messages that are seen by some as being close to home.
Sisa Ngombane continues stint in Israel amid political jostling at home.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
Barghouti wants his readers to sympathize with his “sacrifice,” a term which has a positive connotation, as does “martyrdom” – except when spoken by terrorists.
By REUVEN BEN-SHALOM
Some perceive Shimon Peres as the Israeli Nelson Mandela.
By BARRY SHAW
"Muslims and Jews, who, as they mourn Mandela’s passing, should adopt the paradigm of reconciliation despite differences that he so powerfully championed."
By MARC SCHNEIER
This convicted sexual offender is clearly in denial and in need of a punishment that fits his crime: a court-ordered program of therapy.
By JERUSALEM POST READERS
The idea that journalism is a demanding profession whose call is to provide the public with the broad picture, irrespective of personal prejudices, has seemingly not yet become part and parcel of Israel’s journalistic practices.
By YISRAEL MEDAD AND ELI POLLAK
Discover the hidden gems of the deaf world, and become knowledgeable about what it is that makes us special.
By YEHOSHUA SOUDAKOFF
What a blessing and a responsibility to follow in his footsteps in whatever way we can – and must. Viva Nelson Mandela!
By RICHARD LUBNER
Jewish lawyer Lazer Sidelsky gave Nelson Mandela his first job as an articled clerk in Johannesburg in the early 1940s.
By BARRY (DOV) SIDELSKY
Nelson Mandela: the man who from Robben Island Prison united the whole world in a profound desire for freedom.
By URI SAVIR
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