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Iran Rumblings Show Need for Tough Nuclear Diplomacy

EDITORIAL: Iran’s supreme leader may have been playing to hardliners when he talked away parts of the nuclear deal. His remarks only underline the diplomatic work that still needs to be done.

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For the Iran Nuclear Deal, on Balance

EDITORIAL: There are plenty of valid questions about the Iran nuclear deal. But the risks of allowing the deal to collapse far outweigh the dangers of trying to build a lasting settlement.

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#147NotJustaNumber in Kenya

EDITORIAL: The world joined together as one to denounce the terror attacks in Paris, and rightly so. Why haven’t we summoned the same moral outrage over the massacre in Kenya?

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In Indiana, We Have To Choose

EDITORIAL: The uproar over Indiana’s new law is the latest example of Americans trying to strike a balance between religious values and civil rights. Sometimes, we have to choose.

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The Dilemma

EDITORIAL: American Jews wondering how to reconcile liberal values with a new right-wing government in Israel shouldn’t walk away. Here are some alternatives.

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The Anti-Semitism Surge That Isn't

EDITORIAL: A new study purports to show a shocking rise in anti-Semitism on college campuses. But on closer look, it’s time we put the brakes on all the panic.

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How Can We Support Israel's Ideals — but Not Bibi's Ugly Rhetoric?

EDITORIAL: Benjamin Netanyahu isn’t King of all Jews. Our wrenching dilemma is to back Israel’s humanistic values while distancing ourselves from a leader who stands for the opposite.

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A Teachable Moment at UCLA

EDITORIAL: All of us should condemn the questioning of a UCLA student about her Jewish faith. But let’s put the incident in context, instead of giving into inaccuracies and fear.

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Anatomy of a Smear

How does one person’s complaint become a nasty public crusade? Jane Eisner dissects the smear campaign against prominent Jewish leaders who support the New Israel Fund.

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How Bibi's Speech Raises Stakes for All of Us

EDITORIAL: Benjamin Netanyahu gave us great political theater. He also raised the stakes in his battle with the White House on Iran — and that could be dangerous for all of us.

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Defending Lord Sinderby

Is a Jewish nobleman right to order his son not to marry outside the faith? ‘Downton Abbey’ poses the question — and Jane Eisner explains why she’s siding with Lord Sinderby.

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A Verdict on the Palestinians

EDITORIAL: An American jury held Mahmoud Abbas’s Palestinian Authority liable for terror attacks on Israelis. Here’s how we hope he will respond.

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Don't Lecture, Listen to Europe's Jews

EDITORIAL: After terror attacks in France and now Denmark, some offer the same easy answer: Come to Israel. But shouldn’t we be listening to European Jews instead of lecturing them?

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Who Speaks for the Jews?

EDITORIAL: Calling Benjamin Netanyahu a spokesman for the Jewish people is a convenient shorthand for some. But no one speaks for all of us — and that’s exactly how it should be.

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The Missing Voices in Mideast Policy Debate

EDITORIAL: Many of the most distinguished scholars of Middle Eastern studies are women. So how come two-thirds of the panels at think tanks were all-male affairs?

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The Vaccination Nation

EDITORIAL: Is the fierce response to those who refuse to vaccinate their kids a hopeful sign that we are finally ready to put community first?

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Bibi's Bad Choice

EDITORIAL: By siding with Republicans on Iran, Benjamin Netanyahu has not only harmed his ties with the White House. He’s forcing American Jews to make an unpalatable choice.

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Let's Replace Blasphemy Laws With a Little Common Respect

EDITORIAL: Blasphemy laws are so Middle Ages, right? You’d be surprised by how many places still outlaw such speech, even here in the United States.

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Should French Jews Stay — or Should They Go?

EDITORIAL: After the Paris terror attacks, Benjamin Netanyahu urged French Jews to come to Israel. But should we really encourage more Jews to flee?

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After Paris Attacks, Let's Not Repeat Past Mistakes

EDITORIAL: As we move from terror to despair to hope in the aftermath of the Paris attacks, let us not repeat the mistakes of our reactions to past tragedies.

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