Statement from Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo on Rosh Hashanah

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“Tonight, members of the Jewish community all across New York will begin the observance of Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year. Rosh Hashanah provides an opportunity for the Jewish community to join with neighbors and loved ones to reflect on the year that has passed and to look forward to the year ahead. During this period of reflection, let us …

eHeziStatement from Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo on Rosh Hashanah

Middle East Provocations and Predictions By DANIEL PIPES

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The Middle East stands out as the world’s most volatile, combustible, and troubled region; not coincidentally, it also inspires the most intense policy debates – think of the Arab-Israeli conflict or the Iran deal. The following tour d’horizon offers interpretations and speculations on Iran, ISIS, Syria-Iraq, the Kurds, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Israel, Islamism, then concludes with some thoughts on …

eHeziMiddle East Provocations and Predictions By DANIEL PIPES

TRANSLATING ISLAM: U.S. and West Victimize Christians Fleeing ISIS By RAYMOND IBRAHIM

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* Western nations are not merely ignoring Muslim persecution of Christians in the Middle East, they are actively supporting it by sponsoring “moderate” rebels who in reality are as “radical” and anti-Western as the Islamic State. * “Why the federal government has failed to take steps to expedite such reunification in cases where family and religious leaders are willing to …

eHeziTRANSLATING ISLAM: U.S. and West Victimize Christians Fleeing ISIS By RAYMOND IBRAHIM

LEAVING ON A JET PLANE: Israel – Beyond Belief By BARBARA BARTON SLOANE

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Memories that last a lifetime are best begun in places you’ll never forget. The excitement of visiting a new destination is thrilling and the temptation is always just to go where the road takes you, discovering delightful surprises at every turn. Each time I thought about my upcoming trip to Israel, I couldn’t wait to see and explore everything, and, …

eHeziLEAVING ON A JET PLANE: Israel – Beyond Belief By BARBARA BARTON SLOANE

‘Love the Stranger Because You Were Once Strangers’ Calls Us Now By Rabbi Jonathan Sacks

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You would have to be less than human not to be moved by images we have seen of the refugee crisis threatening to overwhelm Europe: the desperate scenes at the station in Budapest, the seventy one bodies found in the abandoned lorry in Austria, the two hundred people drowned when their boat capsized off the coast in Libya, and most …

eHezi‘Love the Stranger Because You Were Once Strangers’ Calls Us Now By Rabbi Jonathan Sacks

NATO Allies Making It Easier for Iran to Attack Israel By BURAK BEKDĪL

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In early 2013, NATO supposedly came to its ally’s help: As Turkey was under threat from Syrian missiles — potentially with biological/chemical warheads — the alliance would build a mini anti-missile defense architecture on Turkish soil. Six U.S.-made Patriot missile batteries would be deployed in three Turkish cities and protect a vast area where about 3.5 million Turks lived. The …

eHeziNATO Allies Making It Easier for Iran to Attack Israel By BURAK BEKDĪL

The Language of Fear By RICHARD STEINITZ

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Part I When horrendous acts occur in your own country, it is committed by terrorists. If it happens far, far away, and doesn’t really affect you, and you and your organization have been influenced or pressured by certain people, then it is the work of ‘militants’. This isn’t coincidental – it is the language of fear and coercion – the …

eHeziThe Language of Fear By RICHARD STEINITZ

Balducci’s Can Simplify Your Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur!

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The High Holidays are just around the corner. Balducci’s Food Lover’s Market is known for providing customers with a wide variety of gourmet products such as hand-selected produce, prime cut meats and top of the catch seafood perfect for any Jewish holiday. Whether it be a last minute menu addition or a fully custom dinner, Balducci’s chef prepared dishes can …

eHeziBalducci’s Can Simplify Your Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur!

Invest Not Divest By JONATHAN FELDSTEIN

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The past weeks have seen several milestones in the historic scourge to delegitimize Israel and make anti-Semitism acceptable through what’s known as the BDS movement. On the surface, BDS calls for people, ministries, and businesses to boycott companies operating or based in the “West Bank” (Judea and Samaria), divest from these and other international companies that operate there, and impose …

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The New Racists: Jew Hate By DOUGLAS MURRAY

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* If you had thought that the only qualification needed is to excel at your chosen art form and then see if you can gather audiences, you were wrong. That is not enough anymore — certainly not if you are Jewish. * The treatment of the reggae star Matisyahu is something new. For Matisyahu is not an Israeli — he …

eHeziThe New Racists: Jew Hate By DOUGLAS MURRAY