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15 Ways Being Jewish Is Meaningful

David HarrisSurveys reveal a disturbingly large number of American Jews who feel disconnected from their Jewish identity. How painfully sad! In response, and with the High Holy Days just around the corner, let me share what being Jewish means to me.


Ten New Reasons to Worry about the Iran Deal

David HarrisSince the P5+1 deal with Iran was announced on July 14, there have been a number of revealing developments that give a glimpse of what may lie ahead. We ignore or downplay them at our peril.


On Iran, Let's Get Serious

David HarrisNo U.S. government is infallible, which is why a robust - and, at all times, respectful - debate is needed, one that befits the high-stakes decision facing our nation.


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