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Gershon Burstyn
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"As long as everyone’s chilled and happy (and you take along good food J) you can have fun anywhere!"
Elky Pascal
Theme Section: Wandering Jews
My parents had survived the Holocaust, but Communism in Hungary was a noose around our necks. Would that small crack during the uprising be the window for our escape?
Riki Goldstein
Theme Section: Wandering Jews
Modern exiles of an ancient people: Four personal accounts of those seeking safer ground
Rachel Bachrach
If Only You Knew
"There’s a conception out there that policemen walk around shooting wantonly. In my experience and training, that’s hardly the truth"
Chaya Inselburg
Staying the Course
Against the odds, I had done it. Not only done it, but done it well
Yossi Myers
Staying the Course
As foreign as some of the classes were, ultimately, the questions raised in every course brought me back to where I came from
Yossi Myers
The Current: Israel vs. the World
As Israel faces its seventh month of fighting, diplomatic isolation raises a number of questions
Mishpacha Contributors
The Current: Israel vs. the World
“To understand how remarkable the accusations against Israel are, one needs to know about how other countries fight wars”
Eugene Kontorovich
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Most Americans have probably concluded that the entire exercise is political theater

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It could make Israel’s top leadership become outlaws and international war criminals

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Schiff, Feldman, Nadler, Gerhardt… why impeachment is bad for the Jews

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Is it a coincidence that the continent where six million Jews died is now protecting Iran, the country that has made it a mission to wipe out the State of Israel?

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Photo: AP/IMAGES I t would be easy to dismiss the protest movements in Lebanon and Iraq as a minor news item — disgruntled demonstrators complaining about the price of bread soon to be crushed by their countries’ militaries. But it’s also possible that something real is brewing in Beirut and Baghdad, something that might threaten Iran’s

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The problem here is that Columbia would have never invited a world leader with a professed hate of Muslims, or immigrants, or any of the groups that the liberal vanguard has all but sainted

By Gershon Burstyn