Category: The Jerusalem Post

Welcoming the Pope?

Oct 24, 1999

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Published in The Jerusalem Post on October 24, 1999
Unless the plan to build a small mosque in proximity to the Basilica of the Annunciation in Nazareth is canceled, some senior …

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Searching for spirituality

Oct 10, 1999

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Published in The Jerusalem Post on October 10, 1999
Ever heard of a ‘yeshivashram’? Combining yeshiva studies and Far East-style ashram living, it is the newest invention in contemporary Israeli religious …

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The Peres pill

Oct 3, 1999

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Published in The Jerusalem Post on October 3, 1999
Last week, our security-oriented Prime Minister, Ehud Barak, unexplainably began to talk about “the New Middle East”. Ah yes, the New Middle …

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Who’s afraid of the Arab boycott?

Sep 26, 1999

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Published in The Jerusalem Post on September 26, 1999
 
To Mr. Michael Eisner
Chairman, Disney Inc.
Mr. Dennis Malamatinais
CEO, Burger King
Sirs — I know that you have been under a lot of pressure …

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Something to pray for

Sep 19, 1999

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Published in The Jerusalem Post on September 19, 1999
The recent earthquakes in Turkey and Greece, the hurricane in the Carolinas, the shootings in Los Angeles and Chicago, the massive bombings …

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Post-Zionist Takeover?

Sep 5, 1999

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Published in The Jerusalem Post on September 5, 1999
For more than a decade, a group of self-styled Israeli “new historians” has been ruinously deconstructing some of this country’s most cherished …

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Fixing things

Aug 1, 1999

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Published in The Jerusalem Post on August 1, 1999
In this country, high politics revolve around security, peace and religious-secular relations. All the other, significant quality-of-life issues usually get bumped to …

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Undue euphoria on Syria

Jul 25, 1999

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Published in The Jerusalem Post on July 25, 1999
Peace is breaking out all over. Prime Minister Ehud Barak and Syrian President Hafez Assad are practically exchanging love notes through the …

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Support Orthodox feminism!

Jul 18, 1999

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Published in The Jerusalem Post on July 18, 1999
The feminist revolution is coming to Orthodox Jewry, slowly but inevitably. If the Orthodox rabbinate is smart it will engage and partner …

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The Haredi Revolution

Jul 11, 1999

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Published in The Jerusalem Post on July 11, 1999
Buried deep in the convoluted coalition-making and platform-drafting, a social revolution has been wrought. Ehud Barak’s government has negotiated a transformation in …

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