A Divestment Campaign We Can Endorse

EDITORIAL: Taking a stand against climate change-causing polluters once seemed hopelessly idealistic. As Stanford sells stock in coal companies, let’s hope the movement is going mainstream.

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When Israelis Teach Their Kids To Hate

When photos of weapon-wielding kids flooded out of the West Bank, most Jewish media outlets ignored them for one reason: they showed Israeli, not Palestinian, glorification of violence.

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Israel Faces Facebook Intifada From WIthin Ranks of Army

Israelis have rallied to Facebook to defend a soldier accused of misconduct in the West Bank. It sounds like a social media tempest, but the story raises seminal issues, J.J. Goldberg writes.

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Supreme Court Got Politics of Prayer All Wrong

The Supreme Court ruling allowing prayer at town meetings is deeply flawed, writes Dan Friedman. Just ask Thomas Jefferson — or Humpty Dumpty.

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Cardinal’s Grace: Cardinal Anthony Bevilacqua once greeted Jane Eisner with a prayer, but pointedly avoided mentioning Jesus Christ.

Supreme Plea for Inclusive Kind of Prayer

Jane Eisner learned the value of inclusive prayer over breakfast with a Catholic cardinal. The Supreme Court’s ruling on prayer at town meetings proves it has yet to learn that lesson.

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