Last week a thought printed in the Hamodia newspaper caught my eye.
There is a saying attributed to Harav Yisrael Salanter, zt"l: "Not everything one thinks should be said, not everything said should be written, and not everything written should be published."
I was reminded of the above thought when I read an article at FoxNews about MJ Rosenberg.
A senior analyst with the liberal activist group Media Matters tweeted an apology on Tuesday after calling journalist Matt Drudge a racist and accusing him of using a phony photo of Trayvon Martin.
... Harvard Professor Alan Dershowitz has branded Rosenberg an anti-Semite for branding pro-Israel Americans with the name “Israel-firsters.”
Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/us/2012/03/27/media-matters-honcho-sorry-after-blasting-drudge-for-trayvon-photo/?intcmp=trending#ixzz1qQvK18bv
CNN has published an opinion piece by Philip Meissner, founder of JewishSafeHavenFund.org, in which he points out the danger facing Jews throughout the world. Click here to read an article worthy for publication.