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 By Abraham H. Miller    Opinions    February 24, 2017

HIAS should return to its roots

Imagine you are an impoverished religious Jew living in Paris. You can no longer wear religious garb out of fear of being set upon by assailants from North Africa who will beat you to within an inch of your life, if not take it. Your children are...

 
 By Abraham H. Miller    Opinions    February 17, 2017

Point: Trump's travel ban: clumsy launch, perfectly legal

To say the implementation of President Donald Trump’s travel ban was clumsy would be an understatement. To say, however, that the principles involved were totally without constitutional justification would be unwarranted.  Since Trump’s...

 
 By Abraham H. Miller    Opinions    January 20, 2017

Liberal Jews treat Rabbi Hier's Trump inauguration blessing as a curse

Rabbi Marvin Hier of the Simon Wiesenthal Center will be giving a benediction at Donald Trump’s presidential inauguration ceremony Jan. 20. Liberal Jews are petitioning Hier to decline the honor, charging that it will give legitimacy to some...

 
 By Abraham H. Miller    Opinions    January 6, 2017

Obama's abandonment of Israel should surprise nobody

The United Nations resolution condemning Israeli settlements comes in the wake of two other U.N. resolutions, passed by the UNESCO cultural body in October, that denied the historic and biblical relationship between the Jews and the land of Israel. T...

 
 By Abraham H. Miller    Opinions    December 23, 2016

Ellison should be DNC chair because of his views on Israel

Haim Saban is wrong when he says Minnesota’s U.S. Rep. Keith Ellison is unqualified to head the Democratic National Committee. Ellison’s anti-Israel and anti-Semitic lineages do not disqualify him from the position. They more than qualify him....

 
 By Abraham H. Miller    Opinions    August 5, 2016

Tim Kaine and Jewish voters

The Jewish community’s polarization in reaction to the selection of Sen. Tim Kaine (Va.) as Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s running mate illustrates the political chasm that divides American Jewry. Predictably, the J Street...

 
 By Abraham H. Miller    Opinions    May 6, 2016

Koshering anti-Semitism at Harvard

Every group of people has its betrayers. And if Jews needed a reminder of that adage, 11 Jewish law students and alumni at Harvard Law School just might have provided it. Indeed, the surprise was that it was only 11. These students and alumni became...

 
 By Abraham H. Miller    Opinions    April 8, 2016

Not your bubbe's Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society-not even 'Hebrew' anymore

In parts of Europe, Jews have been warned that wearing anything that identifies them as Jewish means putting a target on their back. In Stockholm, Jews were asked to stay away from the Kristallnacht remembrance ceremonies for fear of sparking violenc...

 
 By Abraham H. Miller    Opinions    October 30, 2015

Ben Carson on Jews and guns-The Forward has it all wrong

JNS.org—The explosive controversy over Ben Carson’s remarks about Jews, guns, and the Holocaust illustrates a new low in media spin. Carson is a Republican presidential nomination frontrunner, and the legacy press needs to undermine his...

 
 By Abraham H. Miller    News    June 19, 2015

U.N.-sanctioned Saudi blood libel: another obstacle to peace

Although Israel has been providing free medical treatment to Syrian refugees as well as Palestinians from the disputed territories and even from Gaza, the U.N. World Health Organization singled out...

 
 By Abraham H. Miller    Opinions    April 24, 2015

Thomas Friedman promotes Obama's spin on Iran and Israel

Leave it to New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman to shill shamelessly for President Barack Obama. In a lengthy interview about the Iran nuclear framework, the ever-sycophantic Friedman gives us new insight into the banality of mediocrity—Obama...

 
 By Abraham H. Miller    Opinions    January 9, 2015

Brandeis University's latest moment of shame

The dramatic event often rips away the thin gossamer of protection that keeps a corrupt institution from exposure to the antiseptic of public outrage. Such an event is occurring for the second time in 2014 at Brandeis University. Daniel Mael, a...