Opinion

Infection within the Republican Party

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We are troubled by a recent poll that found three in 10 Republicans believe the QAnon conspiracy theory. At a time when the party...

The Lonely Star State

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Texas has long prided itself on its individualism, its independence and its deep natural and human resources. That approach has often enabled the Lone...

Letters | Feb. 24, 2021

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Can an anti-Semite be a political moderate? Dylan Williams of J Street (“Biden Gets It,” Opinion, Feb. 18) called on the Biden administration to “rebuild...

A life preserver to Jews who hold fast to it

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By Rabbi Stuart Weinblatt If any one thing has united Jews throughout the ages, it is anti-Semitism. Yet in this era of increased polarization and...
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Anti-Semitism must be confronted, but silencing legitimate political criticism goes too far

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By Rabbi Daniel G. Zemel Special to WJW I am a passionate Zionist. I was once quoted in these pages saying exactly that, and my passion,...

Beyond Donald Trump

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Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell joined 42 other Republican senators in voting to acquit former president Donald Trump on the charge of incitement of...

‘Soft-core’ Holocaust denial

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We have commented before on Poland’s effort to reframe Holocaust history, and to whitewash the involvement of Polish citizens in Nazi atrocities during the...

Letters | Feb. 17, 2021

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If you will it, the dream gets complicated Saul Golubcow’s reflections (“Reading Herzl’s ‘The Jewish State,’ 125 years later,” Opinions, Feb. 11) would be unambiguously...

When abundance breeds contempt

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By Ruthie Blum In a recent phone call, a friend complained about the pressure that the Israeli government, media and much of the public have...

The tattered flag on Wisconsin Avenue

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By Gerard Leval Special to WJW For years, those of us who live in the Georgetown-Burleith area of Washington and shop at the so-called “social Safeway”...