Category: The Jerusalem Post

A smile from Syria

Dec 19, 1999

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Published in The Jerusalem Post on December 19, 1999
A smile was all it would have taken. A microscopic hint of reconciliation. After all, Israel is being asked to pay an …

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Rules for the Syria talks

Dec 12, 1999

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Published in The Jerusalem Post on December 12, 1999
So, Hafez el-Assad is going to do us a big favor and take the Golan Heights off our hands. It will be …

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Change the Law of Return

Dec 5, 1999

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Published in The Jerusalem Post on December 5, 1999
Has the Law of Return, Zionism’s ultimate instrument for the ingathering of the exiles, inadvertently become an mechanism for creeping de-Judaization of …

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The promise of Melchior

Nov 14, 1999

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Published in The Jerusalem Post on November 14, 1999
When he walks into the room for a discussion of religion and state in Israel, your first reaction is to check your …

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Misplaced Fury

Nov 7, 1999

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Published in The Jerusalem Post on November 7, 1999
From the furious, hyper Israeli response to the recent elections in Austria, you might think that Joerg Haider poses a mortal threat …

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Dancing into oblivion

Oct 31, 1999

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Published in The Jerusalem Post on October 31, 1999
If music is a metaphor for life and an indication of character, Israel
is in trouble. We are fragmenting into separate peoples, each …

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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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David M. Weinberg is a think tank director, columnist and lobbyist who is a sharp critic of Israel’s detractors and of post-Zionist trends in Israel. Read more »


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