Editorials

The Future of Jewish Newspapers

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The London Jewish Chronicle used to bill itself as “The Most Widely Read Jewish Newspaper in the World.” That was true. The Chronicle was...

Who Shall Live and Who Shall Die?

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Last week, noisy demonstrators appeared in several state capitals, including Richmond and Annapolis, calling for governors to lift stay-at-home orders and allow people to...
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Baruch Dayan Ha’emet

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Frida Wattenberg led an extraordinary life before her death in Paris on April 3 at 95. She was a teenager when Nazis invaded her...
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The Demise of Israel’s Labor Party

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With the breakdown in coalition negotiations last weekend between Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s Likud and Knesset Speaker Benny Gantz’s Blue and White, Israel faces...

Resilience

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It’s hard to believe that just four weeks ago, as we celebrated Purim, our schools were working through a particularly rough flu season and...

Turning to the States for Leadership

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While there are encouraging signs of international cooperation in dealing with strategies to contain and efforts to treat COVID-19, there is no clear international...
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Supporting Small Business

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It is often said that small businesses are the backbone of the American economy. They include hair salons, restaurants, dry cleaners, convenience stores, accounting...
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Israel’s Coronavirus Unity Government

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The unity government being negotiated in Israel is both a response to the coronavirus pandemic and the need to avoid a fourth national election...
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‘No Shticks or Tricks’

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Benjamin Netanyahu — Israel’s caretaker prime minister who has now been through three elections in less than a year, and still presides over a...
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Staying Mentally Healthy During a Pandemic

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Over the past several weeks, the COVID-19 pandemic has radically changed our lives. With schools, houses of worship, and most retail shuttered, and with...