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Sunday, 22 July 2007

JINSA Report #439

Have you noticed a decrease in your JINSA Reports of late? We're about to make up for it. Over the past few weeks we have had the opportunity to participate in Jewish voter education programs around the country, providing our insights into defense and security policy to audiences in Cleveland, Detroit, Denver, Chicago, Pittsburg and elsewhere. As the Russian comedian used to say, "What a country!"

We learned at least as much as we taught. The first was the answer to the often-asked question, "Why a JEWISH Institute for National Security Affairs? Why can't we drop the 'Jewish'?" Aside from the odd acronym it would produce, there are, in fact, JEWISH core values that we apply to the issues at hand.

To borrow from another speaker, security at home; Israel/Zionism; anti-Semitism; and the war against terrorists and the states that harbor and support them must be the Jewish priorities in 2004. Others share them, of course, and JINSA has many, many members who are not Jewish, but without these at the top of the Jewish priority list Jewish life here and abroad, Jewish culture and the Jewish state are threatened with extinction. more...

Are there any Americans out there in the USA besides the Dual citizens?