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Not Prince Hamlet, Nor Was Meant To Be

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Today in Tablet Magazine, parenting columnist Marjorie Ingall complains that contemporary celebrity culture deprives today’s children of the love of the bit part, the character actor, and the role player that past generations enjoyed and (more realistically) looked up to and admired.

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Shalom Freedman says:

Prime Minister Netanyahu could have played a partisan game and appealed to Israel’s strongest supporters exclusively. Instead he was statemanlike and wise. He evoked a message of support for Israel by the Congress which is an important signal to those who would delegitimize as prelude to destroying the Jewish state.
He expressed what is in my opinion the consensus view in Israel that Peace is a major goal to be worked for but that to have it one must have a partner truly ready to recognize and accept the Jewish state as a Jewish state in the Middle East.

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