Category: The Jerusalem Post

Creative religious education

Sep 6, 1998

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Published in The Jerusalem Post on September 6, 1998
Concern about ‘creeping annexation’ by the Shas-sponsored network of schools has headlined the mostly negative news this past week about the opening …

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To tell a lie

Aug 23, 1998

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Published in The Jerusalem Post on, August 23, 1998
Standards of truthfulness in public life have been shot to damnation. Lying has become the norm. Ethical society can only lament.
 
Anywhere you …

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The sinat chinam top ten

Aug 2, 1998

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Published in The Jerusalem Post on August 2, 1998
It’s time to call our so-called leaders on the carpet for their sins of *sinat chinam*  the propagation of baseless and …

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Rackman’s agunah challenge

Jul 19, 1998

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Published in The Jerusalem Post on July 19, 1998
Is Rabbi Prof. Emanuel Rackman, whose controversial new Orthodox ‘Bet Din of America’ has been unilaterally dissolving the marriages of *agunot*, courageous …

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Faith: The next frontier

Jul 12, 1998

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Published in The Jerusalem Post on July 12, 1998
For two centuries or more, science has sought to bury religion. Now the tides may be turning. Faith is the next frontier …

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A Grave Situation

Jul 5, 1998

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Published in The Jerusalem Post on, July 5, 1998
Posters went up in Mea Shearim this week decrying the ‘final solution’ (!) reportedly reached between the Municipality of Jerusalem and the …

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Ten Tips for Clinton

Jun 28, 1998

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Published in The Jerusalem Post on, June 28, 1998
Dear Mr. President,
You’re having a tough time, they say, deciding how to handle ties with prime minister Netanyahu and what to do …

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Netanyahu: Go to . . . .

Jun 14, 1998

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Published in The Jerusalem Post on June 14, 1998
It has taken Binyamin Netanyahu two years to achieve a modicum of legitimacy. Now it’s time that Bibi shook-up the game a …

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Where to Israeli identity?

Jun 7, 1998

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Published in The Jerusalem Post on June 7, 1998
We Israelis live in a veritable whirlpool of counter-currents, whose tides drive us into the unknown future, away from the familiar history, …

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Dear brother Berel

May 17, 1998

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Published in The Jerusalem Post on May 17, 1998
Dear hareidi brother Berel — Politicians and the media have come down pretty hard on you hareidim recently, not without justification I …

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