Tuesday, July 23, 2019


Is There Still a Tuition Crisis?

Editor’s Note: Last week, the Jewish Link published a piece by Rabbi Adam Englander, head of school at the Katz Hillel Day School of Boca

There’s No Sense Denying the Jewish Connection to Jerusalem

Archaeologists have uncovered yet more evidence of the ancient Jewish connection to Jerusalem—the very same week that UNESCO and the Palestinian Authority (PA) were declaring that Jews have no ties to Jerusalem. Talk about irony.

The latest discovery of a site where the Roman army

The Myth of ‘The Age of Humdrum Terror’

In response to the continued acts of terror in Europe and the U.S., the English weekly news magazine Economist recently opined that “it seems likely that much of Europe and America will have to get used to acts of Islamist-inspired terrorism becoming, if not routine, at least fairly regular occurrences.” Israel is cited as an

Between Separation and Empowerment: The Struggle of Charedi Students

Regarding the claim of difficulties integrating into regular workplace environments, it seems that the number of employees at leading companies such as Intel, where many of our charedi graduates work today, entirely disproves this claim.

An ongoing social battle is being conducted with regard to the integration of the charedi (ultra-Orthodox) sector into

Exploiting the Abuse of Arab Children to Delegitimize Israel

Palestinian Arabs have become extremely adept in attempting to delegitimize the Jewish State.  They have accused Israel of being an apartheid state, a right-wing religious theocracy, and they constantly attempt, by their various actions, to make it a pariah state, and an international war criminal. In his final speech to the UN General Assembly on September

Presidential Candidates’ Health Issues Prompt Scrutiny of Running Mates’ Israel Views

Washington, D.C. - With the presidential candidates’ health now in the spotlight, their running mates’ positions on Israel are attracting fresh scrutiny from the Jewish community.

Hillary Clinton’s medical episode at the 9/11 memorial, the pneumonia her doctor said she has and previous health problems - and the refusal of both Clinton and Donald Trump to

Terror Victims: When Will the US Stand With Us?

Terror victims and their advocates suffered a major setback Aug. 31, when a US appeals court overturned a $655 million judgment that had been obtained by Mark Sokolow and 10 other families against the Palestinian Authority and Palestine Liberation Organization. Families who had won a hard-fought courtroom victory 18 months earlier tasted the bitterness of defeat. I

Grassroots Jewish Organizations Roar

Richard Allen is not a careful, polished Jewish communal leader with a seasoned staff operating from a midtown Manhattan office, ensconced behind a stylized logo, fortified by tax-exempt donations and burnished advisors. Allen is a private businessman. He wields his entire organization from a computer in his office and, not

Trump as a Matter of Principle

Editor’s Note: This is the first in a series of op-eds aimed at the upcoming November presidential elections. We are actively seeking submissions from community members regarding the candidates, and we want to hear your views. Please email them to [email protected].

We’re members of a minority:

Can Israel’s New Proactive UN Posture Lead to Security Council Seat?

Long panned for harboring deep anti-Israel bias, the United Nations (UN) has often been discounted by critical Israeli leaders as an organization with little hope for any success. However, after a tireless effort by the Israeli delegation to the UN, earlier this summer the Jewish state was selected for the first time to head the UN’s

Wave of Islamic Terror Presents Clash of Ideals for European Media

Beginning with the bloody July 14 Bastille Day terror attack in Nice, France, that left 84 people dead, Western Europe has seen an unrelenting wave of violence mainly perpetrated by individuals with connections to or sympathies with the Islamic State terror group. These attacks on European soil are now occurring with a near daily frequency,

Preparing for the Morning After the Election

The most remarkable thing about the recent failed coup in Turkey is how utterly unremarkable it actually was. While this particular coup was unsuccessful, since 1960 Turkey has been overthrown four times through takeovers organized and perpetrated by its own military.