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April 26, 1999

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Message In A Bottle
By Avi Shafran

The story of two Jews on two extreme sides of the ideological spectrum learning from each other ... after being brought together by a certain Jewish webzine.

Save the children:
Lessons from the past

By Eva Fogelman and Jeanette Friedman

In the last 20 years, an entire industry has evolved to teach the lessons of the Holocaust in order to promote tolerance. Holocaust education at the high school level has become mandatory in many states. In fact, Colorado was one of the first states to accept such a program.



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Cal Thomas: War abroad, war at home
Thomas Sowell: Guilt and cop-outs

Mona Charen: "Senseless tragedy"?

Jeff Jacoby: Where were the adults?

Ben Wattenberg: John McCain: born leader



Dear JWR
Chad McFeatter's brother?

I HIT YOUR SITE TODAY. The first article I read was an article complaining about anti-Semitism. There is enough of that on the TV. and in newspapers. I will not tune you in if you are going to cry every time you think some one is against you. But then, you may only want Jews to hit your site. I have read, over the years, where the Jews have slammed some good men, just because they did not approve of our Middle East policy. A lot of people don't agree with the way Israel treats the Palestinians., no decent person would. No decent person approves of the way the communist treat their people. The Jews already have power, in this country, way beyond their numbers. The Jews have groups lobbying, with out a permit to do so, in violation of the law. The government is afraid to do anything about it, "For of the Jews." If you want Gentiles to hit your site, lighten up.

Bill Gibbons
Arizona


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Torah Reading:
Achrei Mos -Kedoshim,
Lev. 16:1-20:27
It's Tough to be Kohen

Rabbi Yaakov Menken says it's a Holy Job, but Somebody's Got to Do It


Rabbi Pinchas Winston: Counting Days After April 15th
Rabbi Aron Tendler's Shocking Truth: My Father Was an Eygptian Taskmaster
Rabbi Yisroel Ciner: My Responsibility, My World

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Previously this week:

Michael Shapiro: Ever since the Pollard case, members of the Jewish community have wondered if the CIA has a 'Jewish problem.' Is Ciralsky just another coincidence? (IMPORTANT)

Jonathan Tobin: Notes From the Home Front

Dr. Wade Horn: Baffling Conclusions About Child Sex Abuse

Jordan Max: A Shlepper's Story

Carole Shamula : Love on the line?

David Margolis: Making the Miracle

Chana Shavelson: Israeli shares secrets of high-tech growth

Teresa Strasser : Surviving my Hippie Bat Mitzvah

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