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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Thursday, September 21, 2017

JV Editorial

Involved in the turbulence and turmoil in the Middle East is the question of independence for the Kurdish people of that region. Not many of us are familiar with the history of this ethnic group, the Kurds. They live in a mountainous area where the borders of Iraq, Iran and Turkey meet. For most of their history Kurds have been a part of the Persian and Ottoman empires. Persia eventually became Iran and the Ottoman Empire, modern Turkey. Throw into this pot of craziness is that Kurds exist as well in Syria and yearn for their own state against the wishes of not only the above named nations but the United States as well. Enough said then, about them being in a bubble of chaos.

After dreaming for independence for years, the Kurds in Iraq

Michael Isaacson, a screwball, overtly Communist professor at New York's John Jay College of Criminal Justice is way more than that. He's obviously Jewish and because of his outrageous statements and feelings about cops, Trump and our nation is a danger to all of us. Obviously a self-loathing Jew, he dangerously feeds the anti-Semitism of those with whom he associates. He is a traitor among us.

His tweet on August 23rd: "Some of ya'll might think it sucks being an anti-fascist teaching at John

As New Yorkers gear up for yet another primary and general election season their voting choices for mayor, city council, public advocate, borough president, district attorney and comptroller remain overwhelming on the Democratic side of the proverbial aisle. While this should come as no surprise to any died-in-the-wool New Yorker who understands that their city has gained a reputation for maintaining a solid blue presence since its governmental formation; it is also clear that not everyone

Critiquing the VAAD of Lakewood

Dear Editor:

The VAAD of Lakewood has promoted rapid unsustainable growth, favoritism, and a general disdain for simple law and order when it is convenient for themselves. Along with their leadership the anti-Semitic rhetoric in our area has grown. —-

Ultimately it is the VAAD’s actions with the help of certain township committee members and members of zoning and planning that do their bidding that have caused so much hatred towards the Lakewood Jews. How dare

Since the crisis in Syria emerged on the world scene several years ago,  talk has been heard among Middle East political pundits about what precise role Israel would be in defending herself against hostile aggression from her perennial enemy Hezbollah who makes its home in Lebanon.

According to a report in the Jerusalem Post, ”in the event of another war with Hezbollah, the IDF’s objective would be to occupy parts of southern Lebanon where the group has support and infrastructure, in order to