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February 4, 2013 1:22 pm
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Ed Koch’s Greatest Hits

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Ed Koch, the former three-term New York City mayor who died Friday at the age of 88, is to be buried in Manhattan today. The funeral is to take place at Temple Emanu-El on the East Side of Manhattan. Among the speakers are expected to be former President Bill Clinton and current New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg.

Koch was a fierce defender of Israel and steadfastly proud of his Jewish heritage. He wrote often for The Algemeiner in the last few years of his life and we are proud to offer below some of our favorite pieces.

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After Ahmadinejad, The Greatest Threat to Israel is Erdogan of Turkey November 5, 2012

Tom Friedman’s Skewed Vision of Non-Violence April 10, 2012

Lasting Statement from an 88 Year Old Man February 29, 2012

My End of Year Lament December 19, 2011

The Hypocrisy of ‘Americans for Peace Now’ December 22, 2011

Time For a New Investigation Into Police Integrity and Practices October 31, 2011

Nicholas Kristof: Enemy of Israel October 7, 2011

The Continuing War Against The Jews June 6, 2011

Thoughts on Immigration from a Liberal With Sanity May 16, 2011

Afghanistan: The Endless War March 8, 2011

The Islamic World February 1st, 2011

No Carrots for Iran August 10, 2010

A Dangerous Silence April 13, 2010

Click here for a full list of Ed Koch articles.

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