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Shimon Peres

WHEN I heard the news of Shimon Peres’ stroke and illness, I didn’t think much of it. Maybe a passive refuah shlemah (prayer for healing) crossed my mind. He’s in his nineties and has lived a long and full life. I did not agree with the Oslo Accords, and can still remember the chilling morning […]
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Tehilla R. Goldberg

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