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The Jewish problem, from anti-Judaism to anti-Semitism

Tuesday Jul 22, 2014
  Thane Rosenbaum Wall Street Journal July 21, 2014   Let's state the obvious: No one likes to see dead children. Well, that's not completely true: Hamas does. They would prefer those children to be Jewish, but there is greater value to them if they are Palestinian. Outmatched by Israel's military, handicapped by rocket launchers with the steady hands of Barney Fife, Hamas is playing the long game of moral revulsion.    With...
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Sunday Jul 20, 2014
  Each day or so, a new post providing dialogue or at least the possibility for serious discussion (gamers and provocateurs encouraged to play elsewhere)   At a press conference while Hamas was sending rockets and Iron Dome was intercepting them, Prime Minister Netanyahu, for the first time to my mind, openly attacked American policy in the region as "naive," dangerous. I did not see his views reflected beyond Times of Israel...
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Friday Jul 18, 2014
  Each day or so, a new post providing dialogue or at least the possibility for serious discussion (gamers and provocateurs encouraged to play elsewhere)   From the Arab Press    The Slogans of Resistance Are Empty; The Only Way to Stop Israel Is to Make Peace with It     In a July 12, 2014 article in the London-based Arabic daily Al-Hayat, Saudi writer and intellectual 'Abdallah Hamid Al-Din presented an...
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Saturday Jul 12, 2014
    A further consideration in discussing the roots of anti-Judaism/anti-Semitism is the reliability of scriptural accounts regarding the life, ministry and death of Jesus.     “The accounts of the four Gospels conflict about whether Jesus was tried before the Sanhedrin and, if so, what the charges and verdict may have been. Yet we do know that if the Sanhedrin did indeed try Jesus for a capital crime, the various...
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Thursday Jul 03, 2014
    “As for the story of Jesus, there were at least 50 gospels written in the first and second century CE… All of the original copies of the gospels were lost… What we have now are handwritten copies, which are an unknown number of replications removed from the originals.”   “We can now know almost nothing concerning the life and personality of Jesus, since the early Christian sources show no...
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