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  • However, Eshman superimposes his own political thinking when he says that "a final status agreement with the Palestinians ... [is] critical for Israel's long-term well-being."


  • Finally, on March 3rd, Hess sent Eshman this cursory e-mail declining the invitation: Main RSS Feed

  • Eshman kept me up to date, stating he'd personally reached out to Harman but hadn't heard back. Main RSS Feed

  • Eshman was less then pleased with Harman's refusal, as evidenced in his article, Main RSS Feed

  • Eshman, a sap who refuses to give up on the idea of Jewish-Arab unity in Israel, begins and ends his article about a wonderfully integrated children's choir in Jaffa, where a diverse community of Jewish, Muslim and Christian children come together in song and tolerance to counter all the hatred from one side and the fear from the other.


  • Rob Eshman responds: Fair point, since some of my best friends are Italian Jews.


  • Israel's Foreign Minister said the very same things, but Eshman refuses to hear.


  • Perhaps Eshman has fell into Lieberman's trap and has won more right-wing votes for this dirty politician.


  • It seems that Eshman completely misses the point: The bedrock of shared values is solid as ever, unshakable, indestructible.


  • We indeed have an image crisis, and "on-going bias against Israel in the media and on campuses" is not a figment of one's imagination (or what according to Eshman is "what many American Jewish organizations claim").


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