The Jerusalem Post
Thousands attended pride in the holy city this week.
"Fugitive Colors" (Arcade Publishing), a novel by veteran journalist Lisa Barr, is a suspenseful tale of stolen art, love, lust, friendship, jealousy, and revenge set on the "eve" of World War II.
Jerusalem has long been beloved by three of the world's major religions, but in spite of the renaissance in the Israeli movie industry over the past decade, it has taken a back seat to Tel Aviv.
The decision taken by Post management has placed many of the paper's editors and journalists in an impossible bind. Even many who disagree vehemently with Larry's point of view believe that the firing was a mistake.
It's time to focus on what one GOP operative told me is the most important issue of the year for any Jewish organization in Washington, DC ... who gets to watch the lighting of the chanukia at the Obama's.
I had been hearing stories about women demonstrators being raped before their executions, since it was against Islamic law to execute a virgin.