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The Failure of NYU Students to Protest Mahmoud Abbas – By Mendy Boteach

The Failure of NYU Students to Protest Mahmoud Abbas – By Mendy Boteach

If you’d been driving down bowery Avenue in New York City last week on Monday night, you might have noticed about twenty young Jewish students standing on the side of the road screaming “Shame on Cooper!” That night, Mahmoud Abbas had arrived to give a speech at the Great…

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Rabbi Shmuley’s This World Takes Out Full Page Ad in The New York Times Against Israel Hatred in The New York Times

Rabbi Shmuley’s This World Takes Out Full Page Ad in The New York Times Against Israel Hatred in The New York Times

On Sunday, September 21, New York Times readers awoke to a bizarre two-page advertisement that set new standards for anti-Israel hate speech.

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Protesting Mahmoud Abbas at NYU

Protesting Mahmoud Abbas at NYU

I can be harsh with my children. Perhaps too harsh. Amid writing books on parenting and having hosted a daily radio show for Oprah dispensing child-rearing advice, my family is not bereft of all the drama one would typically find in the American home. Perhaps…

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Reflections on Hiroshima and Hamas

Reflections on Hiroshima and Hamas

Hiroshima, Japan – Having been in Seoul, South Korea, for a global peace summit and a speech I delivered at Olympic Stadium, I took the one hour flight to Hiroshima, Japan. Hiroshima is a city whose name will forever be associated with tragic victimhood of…

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Absence of American Guilt at Hiroshima

Absence of American Guilt at Hiroshima

Visiting Hiroshima as an American can be perplexing. On the one hand, there is the understanding that it was our government that dropped an atomic bomb on the city and its military and civilian residents. On the other hand, one experiences little collective American guilt…

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No holds barred: In Seoul, talking about Israel and peace

No holds barred: In Seoul, talking about Israel and peace

The world has watched with horror over the last days as innocent men have been beheaded for no reason other than their citizenship. I delivered the following speech on Wednesday before some 100,000 people in Seoul’s Olympic Stadium. Halfway through the speech, a pro-Palestinian activist…

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Speaking Before 100,000 People In Olympic Stadium in Seoul, Korea

Speaking Before 100,000 People In Olympic Stadium in Seoul, Korea

Today was a remarkable day and it’s difficult for me to even convey the full color of it. I’ve spoken in stadiums before but never like today and never close to the same number. I delivered a speech at Seoul Olympic Stadium in South Korea…

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Naomi Wolf’s Misinformed and Disingenuous Defense of Hamas

Naomi Wolf’s Misinformed and Disingenuous Defense of Hamas

Recently, Naomi Wolf has stirred up a commotion over my recent column entitled, “Naomi Wolf’s Embrace of Hamas Spells the Fall of a Feminist Icon.” Naomi threatened legal action against The Jerusalem Post claiming that she does not in any way embrace Hamas. And just Wednesday, for the first…

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Naomi Wolf pulls out of our debate

Naomi Wolf pulls out of our debate

No one should be surprised that Naomi Wolf has chosen the cowardly path and pulled out of our scheduled debate for October 20th about her utterly false and ridiculous allegations of an Israeli genocide against the Palestinians. I have written several columns about Naomi’s new…

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Are Men Womanizers or Intimacy-Seekers?

Are Men Womanizers or Intimacy-Seekers?

Modern evolutionary science is adamant that men are possessed of a polygamous nature and seek the widest possible distribution of their gene pool. They are not naturally programmed to be with one woman but to disseminate their genetic material to the widest possible circle. Indeed…

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