42 Years after Ma'alot Massacre: Letter of 15-Year Old Written Hours Before she was Murdered
Op-Ed Questions Rubashkin Case
Michigan public radio station refuses to air birthday greeting to Israel
The station first said it needed two months notice to broadcast a message, but then rejected the message outright, saying in a letter to the couple: “We have determined that this message would compromise the station’s commitment to impartiality and that it crosses over into advocacy, or could imply advocacy.”
Group that pushed for Iran nuclear deal gave NPR $100,000 to support reporting
I suppose the donation doesn't influence impartiality.
המיליארדר היהודי הודיע: לא אוריש כסף לילדיי
On Friday, AP revealed that the Ploughshares Fund, a group that the Obama administration aide Ben Rhodes had identified as a key partner in creating a pro-Iran deal "echo chamber," had given over half a million dollars to J-Street:
David Bedein commented on the above article with a link to an article he wrote in 2012 about Rabbi Arnold Jacob Wolf’s organization, Breira.
Rabbi Wolf explained that representatives of the US State Department and the Carter Administration approached him, offering logistical support and funding to Breira, to bolster grass roots Jewish support for a Palestinian Arab state.
Rabbi Wolf explained that such a US government initiative convinced him that he should disband Breira.
Rabbi Wolf explained that while he wanted American Jews to support a Palestinian Arab state, he felt that it would be morally wrong to accept financial and logistical support for this effort from the US government.