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IJN Editorial Staff
IJN Editorial Staff

June 5, 1967

As this date — June 5, 1967 — gradually recedes into history, it remains a symbol of an induplicable moment in the lives of those Jews who lived through the utterly...

Right and Wrongs

George Floyd and injustice, from murder to mayhem Wrong: murder. Doubly wrong: murder by an officer whose job it is to uphold the law. This cannot be overemphasized....

Incomprehensible inhumanity

The pandemic hasn’t stopped Islamic terrorism It may seem that the pandemic has overtaken everything, but there is an exception: Islamic terrorism. In Kabul,...

Leave the Nazi gravestones be

A swastika on an American gravestone provides a teachable moment It was recently discovered that three tombstones in American military cemeteries are inscribed with...

The same bottom line

A skewed history of the proposed annexation of large West Bank settlements History shapes current perception. Distortion of history imperils current perception and its...

Memorial Day

As is custom, Memorial Day calls upon us to honor those who gave their lives for our country — the soldiers, sailors, Marines and airmen and women who made the...

Harvey Salz

Harvey Abraham Salz, longtime owner of Harvey Salz and Associates and a standout basketball player in his youth, passed away May 5, 2020, in Denver from complications of...

Get used to it

Will there be a COVID vaccine? Either way, uncertainty will remain. Prof. Noah Feldman, a syndicated columnist, has pointed out that there may never be a vaccine...

A false dichotomy

Politicians offer either/or solutions to the Post Office. The answer is both/and. Listen to Democrats recite the woes of the United States Post Office and most of them...

Is Mayor de Blasio an anti-Semite?

Is Mayor Bill de Blasio an anti-Semite? The sad thing is, it doesn’t even matter. Once a high profile public official utters sharp, focused, anti-Semitic words and...