Opinion

Medals are not given for being inconsistent

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by Barbara Goldberg Goldman and David Streeter As we so recently affirmed our liberty and reflect upon the journey of the Jewish people from slavery...

You shouldn’t have voted for Obama

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by Robert G. Samet What do we as a people say about a president who tours Muslim nations early in his first term but conspicuously...

How to advocate for Israel to progressives

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by Alan Elsner Special to WJW Pro-Israel advocates are coming to realize that we have a growing problem in reaching out to progressives and liberals in...

A journey in Jewish journalism

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On Sunday I had the opportunity to speak to a class of sixth-graders at Kol Shalom’s Hebrew school in Gaithersburg. As my first speaking engagement ever,...

Whither Syria?

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by Ben Cardin In February, I led a congressional delegation to Israel and Turkey and then to Austria to attend the annual winter session of...

Ancient hatred, new threats

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by Elisa Massimino Recently a lawmaker in Greece’s national parliament denounced his government’s call for Greeks to observe a day of commemoration, calling it “unacceptable.”...

Stop using term ‘two-state solution’

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by Morton Klein and Dr. Daniel Mandel Prior to President Barack Obama’s trip to Israel, he, Secretary of State John Kerry and others reiterated their...

Crossing the divide

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I congratulate Suzanne Pollak for her wonderful story about Leszek Sibilski (“Not silent for even a moment”, WJW, March 28). Leszek has crossed this...

In the picture

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Your March 28 edition the photo on Page 10 “Voices of the Vigil.” Of the two men the one on the right side of...

Premature optimism

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Your optimistic editorial, “A welcome apology” (March 28) lauding the Netanyahu call to Turkey’s Erdogan, unfortunately, was quite premature. It is unlikely that there...