Opinion

BY Danielle Sarah Storch
October 3, 2013

“Monday we’ll be having a math test on fractions and integers,” said Mr. Stone to our sixth-grade one Friday morning. “Not much time to study,” I whispered to my friend, Katz. “You’ll each be paired with a phone study partner,” the teacher said; he began assigning partners. I was paired up with Katz. “Call me CONTINUE »

BY Rabbi Nitzan Bergman
October 3, 2013

Noah and Abraham were two men in the history of the world who stood up for what they believed, against their entire generation, and won. They emerged as fathers, Noah asfather of all mankind and Abraham as father of the Jews. Noah stood up against an immoral generation. It was socially, sexually and fiscally immoral. CONTINUE »

October 3, 2013

The stark contrast between Obama administration dogma and the realities of the interminable Arab-Israeli conflict is reflected in the continuing debate over the Oslo Accords (“On 20th Anniversary … Oslo Accords debated rather than celebrated,” Sept. 20). What President Obama and others now refer to as the two-state solution is nothing but the two-stage dissolution CONTINUE »

October 3, 2013

In response to “Clergy Calls For U.S. To Get ‘Creative’ In Syria” (Sept. 20), I would like to bring to your attention a little-known but important fact: Israel has erected makeshift hospitals along the Golan Heights on the Syrian border in order to treat the wounded Syrians who come into Israel in droves; they are CONTINUE »

October 3, 2013

Thank you for your ineffable cover story “Reconnect With The People” (Sept. 27). As you stated, “after 25 years, there is much to celebrate!” My brother, Fabian Kolker, of blessed memory, dedicated his entire adult life to trying to help save Soviet Jews. It has been said that he was one of the earliest American CONTINUE »