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- "Universities should be expected to provide the conditions within which hard thought, and therefore strong disagreement, independent judgment, and the questioning of stubborn assumptions, can flourish in an environment of the greatest freedom"
- “The once prosperous Greek city-state, Roman Empire, Renaissance republics, and European democracies of the 1930s imploded - as civilization went headlong in reverse. We in the modern Western world are now facing just such a crisis”
- EVENT StandWithUs Midwest Annual Gala Sunday November 6 !
- The Israeli-American alliance rests on traditional geopolitical considerations but also, as Walter Russell Mead’s new book shows, on much more than that
- “Suspect uploaded footage of beheading to social media; unclear how the victim ended up in the West Bank, with some claiming he was kidnapped”
- "Iranian feminism has stood the test of time; it hasn’t been corrupted. If only the same could be said for the West"
Tag Archives: South Korea
“The conspiratorial notion that Israel deliberately sent unusable vaccines to the Palestinians would later be exposed by events, after both Israelis and South Koreans happily made use of the doses”
TABLET MAG The Palestinian Vaccine Fiasco by Yair Rosenberg July 7, 2021 …The exchange is a win-win for Israel and South Korea—and a lose-lose for the Palestinian people, who were originally supposed to receive these very vaccines in the exact … Continue reading
“Jews are 0.2% of the world population, but 23% of Nobel Prize winners. We Koreans want to learn the Jews’ secrets”
ARUTZ SHEVA Talmud-inspired learning craze sweeps South Korea by Tim Alper January 15, 2019 …“Koreans don’t have to emulate Jewish belief systems,” educational researcher Seol Dong-ju said, “but we do need to copy the way Jews teach their children.” The … Continue reading
USA TODAY World Baseball Classic newcomer Israel advances to second round by AP March 9, 2017 With a little help from “The Mensch on the Bench” mascot, Israel is into the second round of the World Baseball Classic. Just 41st … Continue reading
THE NEW YORKER by Ross Arbes June 23, 2015 About an hour’s drive north of Seoul, in the Gwangju Mountains, nearly fifty South Korean children pore over a book. The text is an unlikely choice: the Talmud, the fifteen-hundred-year-old book … Continue reading