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- Guest Post – Middle East news you might have missed over the chagim
- Good News Friday
- Simchat Torah 5775 – Chag Same’ach!
- The British Parliament’s vote to recognize “the Palestinian State”
- Money aplenty for reconstructing Gaza but no money to fight Ebola
- The antisemitism of the intelligentsia, disguised as anti-Zionism
- Sukkot 5775 – Chag Same’ach!
- ISIS spreads as the West stands by and lets Anti-semitism grow
- Yom Kippur 5775 – Gmar Hatima Tova
- Hypocrisy, as demonstrated by the White House
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Since Purim is fast approaching (it falls this Sunday) I have decided to post an additional good news post before tomorrow’s usual Good News Friday post. This post will concentrate on #BDSFails – failures and backfires of the boycott efforts … Continue reading
The news overtook me as I was writing my earlier post about the possible blowback on Israel from an American and Allied attack on Syria. Overnight we learned that the House of Commons (the British Parliament) voted No and rejected … Continue reading
A series of news items in recent days make it clear that there is a definite upswing in anti-Israel violence from Palestinians in Judea and Samaria. A security official told Tazpit News Agency that during the past year, particularly during … Continue reading