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  • O'Malley touts new Md.-Israel business ties during Mideast trip

    O'Malley touts new Md.-Israel business ties during Mideast trip
    Four Israeli high-tech firms plan to soon open offices or add staff in Maryland, Gov. Martin O'Malley announced Tuesday, the third day of his eight-day economic development trip to Israel and Jordan. The four companies are Shekel Scales, Askimo,...
  • Howard County datebook Datebook

    Sunday, April 28 Shakespeare A commemoration of the life and works of William Shakespeare will be presented at 2:30 p.m. at the Hampton Inn and Suites, 7045 Minstrel Way in Columbia. Event commemorates the 397th anniversary of Shakespeare's death and...
  • Groundhog Day in Gaza

    Groundhog Day in Gaza
    In the film "Groundhog Day," Bill Murray wakes up each morning and relives the previous day. A similar scenario is playing out in the Middle East between Israel and her enemies. The deadly "movie" always goes like this: Israel is shelled or attacked...
  • Who needs reform most: Egypt or America?

    Who needs reform most: Egypt or America?
    Prior to leaving Egypt for the United Nations General Assembly, Egypt's Islamist President Mohamed Morsi told The New York Timesthe United States needs to "fundamentally change" its approach to the Arab world. That includes, he said, showing greater...
  • Hillary Clinton's stock is on the rise

    Hillary Clinton's stock is on the rise
    In the cease-fire struck between Israel and Hamas in the Gaza Strip, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton got second billing to Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi's role as the prime go-between, and rightly so. But her highly visible hand-holding on both...
  • Five decades later, fencing champion-turned-runner Carol Benjamin back in Maccabiah Games

    Five decades later, fencing champion-turned-runner Carol Benjamin back in Maccabiah Games
    Carol Benjamin didn't like having the bull's-eye on her back. Competing in the seventh Maccabiah Games in 1965, she despised the pressure that came with being one of the most highly regarded athletes in fencing. And she didn't like the idea that if...
  • Gaza flotilla was not a peaceful aid convoy

    The Sun's wording in "Report criticizes Netanyahu's handling of Gaza flotilla raid" (June 14) obscures elements influencing Israel's actions criticized by the Israeli state comptroller. While the article recognizes that the flotilla was "determined to...
  • Ruth Miller, secretary

    Ruth Miller, secretary
    Ruth Miller, a longtime Israel Bonds secretary, died Sunday of a stroke at Emeritus at Pikesville assisted-living facility. She was 92. The daughter of Russian-Polish immigrants, Ruth Scurnick was born in Baltimore and raised on Riggs Avenue. After...
  • Egyptian election results are tragic

    Since it has been determined to be absolutely necessary to overthrow the Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, even though Egypt and Israel had managed to co-exist for several decades, the results are now a tragedy ("Islamist wins Egypt presidency," June 25)....
  • Should the West believe Egypt's new president?

    Should the West believe Egypt's new president?
    Throughout America's history, there have been people who denied threats from our enemies. During the Revolutionary War, significant numbers sided with the British monarchy. Enablers in politics, the media and even religion helped Communism remain in power...
  • Give the new Egyptian president a chance

    Al Eisner, in his letter, "Egyptian election is tragic" (June 29), has substituted opinion for fact when he calls the Muslim Brotherhood "a virulent anti-Semitic organization." Anti-Zionist, yes; but he provides no evidence whatsoever that it is anti-...
  • Jewish voters care about more than Israel

    I beg to differ with the premise set forth by columnist Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. in his article concerning Jewish voters and President Barack Obama ("Can Jewish voters be sure of Obama's commitment to Israel?" Sept. 2). I care deeply about Israel, and I...