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IJN Editorial Staff
IJN Editorial Staff

Decapitated in France

Anti-Semitism is like a chameleon. It changes colors, but does not go away. There was nothing overtly anti-Semitic about the inhumane, Islamic-based decapitation of a...

Two snapshots of a fake world

Saeb Erekat, the chief Palestinian negotiator, is, as of this writing, extremely ill with COVID-19. He is fighting for his life in an Israeli hospital. No matter that he...

Not all abortion laws are created equal

Proposition 115 deserves a nuanced analysis. In 2007 a Colorado ballot initiative called for defining personhood as beginning at conception. This would have criminalized...

Cantor Maurice Weiss, 1929-2020

Cantor Maurice (Moshe) Weiss loved that decorative cantor’s hat, somewhat square yet flaring slightly outward in rounded fashion. The Intermountain Jewish News of...

Not only to lose a son, but not to bury him

For six years Hamas has held Hadar Goldin’s body. For six years, his family has lived in hell. This is an editorial that should not have to be written, because no...

Analogies exploit the Holocaust

Laura Loomer is running for Congress in Florida. She is a Republican. She ran a video advertisement against her primary opponent with images of a Nazi rally and...

‘Listen to the science’

‘The science’ and the scientific method are not necessarily the same We are hectored: “Listen to the science.” If what is meant by this is, listen to the...

We predict the winner of the presidential election

We predict the winner of the 2020 presidential election. Even though the Talmud says that after the destruction of the Second Temple in Jerusalem in the year 70, only...

Ruth Bader Ginsburg, 1933-2020

What the government owed to one sex, it owed to the other. Full stop. So said Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, summarizing her dedicated struggle for female (and male)...

9/11: What we remember, what we have forgotten

It should not take a national tragedy to evoke all that we are missing now — American patriotism and national unity Think back to September 10, 2001. On that day,...