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    • Hassam Zacharia
    • 23.04.10 | 19:45 (IDT)

    Tikkun is NOT a Jewish Magazine. It has Jewish writers etc but doesn't reflect mainstream American Jewish thought. It is truly Michael Lerner's (former '60s student radical) magazine rather than a "Jewish" magazine. Far more devious is "Jewish Voice for Peace" which apears to have a predominantly non-Jewish membership,(including members of the International Solidarity Movement)with a fews Jews in highly visible public positions.

    from the article: Goldstone to attend grandson's bar mitzvah as Zionist groups end feud
    First published 12:44 23.04.10 | Last updated 09:35 24.04.10
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