Editorials

A vaccine for kids

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Last week, we learned that after months of clinical trials, Pfizer determined that its COVID-19 vaccine is safe and effective for children between the...

The limits of a fragile coalition

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We are intrigued by the experiment in governance being pursued by the eight-party coalition that currently runs the State of Israel. It is the...

The Abraham Accords a year later

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Last week marked the one-year anniversary of the U.S.-brokered Abraham Accords, which established normal relations between Israel and the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain,...

Must a U.S. consulate be in Jerusalem?

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Historically, the Consulate General of the United States in Jerusalem was a U.S. diplomatic mission that provided consular services to Palestinian residents in Jerusalem,...

Nachman Shai is listening

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In a recent JTA opinion piece under the headline “Has Israel let you down? Talk about it,” Nachman Shai, Israel’s new Minister for Diaspora...

Voice of hate at State

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“Jesus Christ came to save the whole world from the Jews — the founders of the original Anti-Christ religion, they who are the seed...

The challenge of a parole decision

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Fifty-three years ago, in June 1968, 24-year-old Sirhan Sirhan rocked America when he shot and killed Sen. Robert F. Kennedy (D-N.Y.), then the leading...

Rosh Hashanah 5782

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5781 was challenging. But we got through it. In the process, we learned how to celebrate Shabbat and Jewish holidays remotely or in compliant...

Our newest immigrants

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Governments are notoriously reluctant to admit mistakes. But sometimes the facts are so clear that no acknowledgment is necessary. Our withdrawal from Afghanistan is...

The ignominy of Afghanistan

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As we watch the ongoing tragedy in Afghanistan, we wonder: What did the U.S. government think would happen when it withdrew troops and government...